Haggis, if you didn’t know, is a traditional Scottish pudding made from a sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs, which is then stuffed into the sheep’s stomach and boiled for several hours. Sounds delicious, right?
Surprisingly, this sport involves literally hurling a haggis, not just vomiting one up. Competitors attempt to throw the foodstuff as far as possible. While power is key to getting good distance, a gentle throw is just as important; any haggis that bursts upon impact is deemed inedible, resulting in a disqualification.
To be honest, though, this thing borders on inedible from the get-go, and everybody should just be disqualified anyway for thinking otherwise.