Who is better at sport - girls or boys?
Well, Sportsround has a new challenge for some of the sportiest kids in the country.
Each week, one boy and one girl will be challenged to try out a new sport that they've never tried before. Whoever wins will get a point for their side.
The score is currently 2-2.
Who will take the lead this week??
THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGERS: THE BOY
USUAL SPORT: Tennis
LUKE SAYS:" I'm used to being under pressure - I think that will really help me win for the boys!"
THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGERS: THE GIRL
USUAL SPORT: Ten-pin bowling
CHELSIE SAYS: "I've developed good concentration from bowling. That should help me in shooting!"
THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: SHOOTING
Chelsie gives shooting a go
Guns can be very dangerous.
But the sport of air rifle shooting is controlled by lots of rules to make it safe.
These include learning how to handle a gun safely by never pointing it in a direction where it could injure anyone or cause damage.
There are lots of places where you can go to practise safely under supervision.
Air rifle guns for children can weigh around 7 pounds.
The target can vary, but it can be a piece of card that has circles on it.
The smaller circle you hit, the higher your score.
Luke won the shooting with some great shots on target. So now it's three points to the boys and two to the girls.