It COULD be in the Olympics by Egantx7

Question 4

Pelota vasca is a small family of ball games, one version of which was played at the 1900 Olympics, and has occasionally appeared as a demonstration sport, most recently in 1992. While not very popular in the United States, this variant of pelota vasca has been regionally popular in the US for almost a century. This game is played on a 36 by 54 meter court, and is likely most famous for the xistera worn by competitors. Identify this game, known as zesta punta in Basque, which claims ball speeds of almost 200 miles/hr, making it one of the fastest moving ball games in the world.