What sport can you suggest for someone with bow legs?

Depends on Severity. The answer really depends on how bow legged someone is and what age. Children may have a real problem and should be assessed by a pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Adults would probably be better off with low impact activity but if you to run see a specialist (orthopedic, physical therapist, podiatrist) to be fit for inserts (orthotics) to help take stress off the back, hip, knees, ankles and feet.
Any. Horseback would be the humorous answer but many of us have some bowing and play anything.

Related Questions

Can bow legs surgery affect a person's abilities? For example, in sports, you were quick, then got bow legs surgery, and now aren't as quick as before

Yes that is . Certainly possible. There is no guarantee ever of the outcome of a surgery. Swelling, infection, scarring, limited range of motion, numbness, disability are all real consideration, and possibilites after a surgery. People need to understand the risk reward ratio before contemplating surgery. Read more...
Usually not. The surgery will cause you to loose muscle strength and quickness initially, but you should regain this with training. Talk to your surgeon about specific concerns. Read more...

Can bow legs later on in life cause you to get athrititis, and would playing sports have an impact on that? I'm 20, I play sports, and I have bow legs.

You seem to be . Asking many questions about your bow legs. Hence, i would recommend you consult in person with an orthopedist who specializes in lower extremity. My recommendation would be if you currently have no pain to enjoy life and play your sports without worry. If and when that situation changes you deal with it then. There happens to be many professional athletes who are bow legged. Read more...