The sport started in earnest about 33 years ago in Tehran. It has since turned into a national sport of sort in few countries.
Although these days the pros are equipped with special equipments like missiles and alike, the sport at its purest form requires few equipment if any, just enthusiasm, a book of matches and lots and lots of pent-up energy.
Of course the popular sport in question is that of scaling the walls of Western embassies, looting, burning and taking hostages. And as of late, murdering diplomats, like the U.S. ambassador in Libya.
The only drawback is that no one knows of the next triathlon. It might be on the occasion of someone not liking a novel, a certain policy, unknowingly discarding of piece of paper with Arabic writing on it, or even an asinine 3 months old video clip on You Tube, in short, it could be any excuse.
Sports authorities should schedule matches between national teams scaling the walls of western embassies and doing their thing, America this month, France next month, then Spain and so on.
This way the burnt-out embassies have time to rebuild and replace lost staff for the next match.