Xtend-Life Sports Specific Natural Supplements and Skin Care Products

There are so many types of sports available today, ranging from athletics (pure physical) to mixed such as chess boxing, to new such as e-sports (gaming) - every sport, be it professional or casual, has it's own stresses and demands that differ from another sport.

This means that the natural health supplements and skin care needs differ from one sport to another e.g. a person who loves basketball vs a person who loves to play DOTA2 (Defense Of The Ancients 2) - they have very different health supplements and skin care needs.

There are more than 500+ sports and games listed (non-exhaustive) here, with a short description about the games and also with specific recommendations for Xtend-Life natural health supplements and skin care products based on the stresses/demands that players undergo.

Note: I occasionally enjoy a solo or co-op game or two of DOTA2 (I usually play with my brother), and I can say that I enjoy DOTA2 quite a bit =D


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3x3 - a variation of basketball played on a half court with just three players in each team.

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  • AbaGüreşi - a kind of wrestling from the area of Gaziantep and Hatay in Turkey, which is played wearing clothes made of aba.

  • Abseiling - an adventure sport where the participants descending a steep formation using a rope. It is also known as rappelling, roping down, roping and snapling.

  • Adventure Racing - an event combining two or more endurance disciplines, such as map reading (Orienteering), Cross-Country Running, Mountain Biking, Paddling and Climbing. It is also called Expedition Racing.

  • Adventure Sports - a general term for outdoor sports or activities in which the participant competes in a natural environment, more against themselves than against others

  • Aerobatics — sport aerobatics involves aircraft maneuvers such as rolls, loops, stall turns (hammerheads), and tailslides.

  • Aeromodeling — activity using remotely controlled flying model aircraft (not a sport).

  • Aggressive Inline SkatingAggressive inline skating is a form of inline skating executed on specially designed inline skates with the focus on grinding and spins.

  • Aikido - Shodokan Aikido (also called Sport Aikido) is a style of the martial art Aikido that is used for competitions.

  • Air Hockey — played on an air-hockey table, participants try to hit a puck elevated on a cushion of air into the opponents goal.
  • Air Racing — Air racing is a sport involving airplanes competing over a fixed course low to the ground.

  • Air Sports — a general term covering a range of aerial sporting activities such as: Aerobatics, Aeromodeling, Ballooning, Air Racing, Gliding, Hang Gliding, Parachuting, Paragliding, Wingsuit Flying, and using Power Kites such as for Kitesurfing.

  • Airsoft — a skirmish sport in which participants eliminate opponents by hitting them with spherical non-metallic pellets from replica firearms. See also the similar sports Laser Tag and Paintball.

  • All-Terrain Boarding — another name for Mountainboarding

  • Alpine Skiing — commonly known as Downhill Skiing, involves racing down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. There are alpine skiing competitions in disciplines such as slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, and downhill.

  • Alpinism - the sport of mountain climbing

  • American Football — A team sport played on a rectangular field 1 with goalposts at each end. Each team attempts to advance an oval ball down the field into the end zone by running or passing it. It is also known in some parts of the world (outside of the US) as Gridiron. In the US it is referred simply as football. Variations include Arena Football, 6-Man Football.

  • American Handball — players use their hands to hit a small rubber ball against a wall. There are three versions (four-wall handball, three-wall handball and one-wall handball) that can each be played by either two, three or four players. It can be compared to squash without rackets. It is very different from the Olympic sport of (Team) Handball.

  • Aquabike - a variation of Triathlon, with no running loeg. Athletes swim followed by cycling.

  • Aquathlon (1)— an underwater sport where two competitors wearing masks and fins wrestle underwater in an attempt to remove a ribbon from each other's ankle band. It is also known as Underwater Wrestling.

  • Aquathlon (2) — a continuous race involving swimming followed by running. It is usually over a shoter distance than the similar Biathle.

  • Archery — competitive archery involves shooting arrows at a target for accuracy from a set distance or distances. The main forms of archery are Target Archery and Field Archery, and others include Clout Archery, 3D archery, Crossbow Archery, Flight Archery, and Ski Archery.

  • Arena Football — a variety of American Football (Gridiron), played indoors on a smaller field resulting in a faster and higher-scoring game.

  • Arena Rugby — a variation of Rugby Union, played indoors on a smaller field resulting in a faster and higher-scoring game.

  • Arm Wrestling — a type of Wrestling where each participant place one elbow on a surface while gripping the other participant's hand. The aim is to pin the other's arm onto the surface.

  • Arnis - the national martial art sport of Philippines which emphasizes weapon based fighting

  • Artistic Billiards — a Carom Billiards discipline in which players score points for performing 76 preset shots of varying difficulty. It is sometimes called fantasy billiards.

  • Artistic Cycling — a form of competitive indoor cycling in which athletes perform tricks for points on specialized, fixed-gear bikes in a format similar to ballet or gymnastics.

  • Artistic Gymnastics — is an Olympic sport where gymnasts perform short routines on different apparatus, such as the Vault, Floor (men and women), Pommel Horse, Rings, Parallel Bars, High Bar (men), and Uneven Bars, Balance Beam (women).

  • Artistic Pool — a trick shot competition on a pocket billiards table in which players score points for performing 56 preset shots of varying difficulty.

  • Artistic Roller Skating — is a sport which consists of a number of events (Figures, Dance, Freestyle and Precision Teams) usually accomplished on quad skates, though sometimes inline skates are used.

  • Association Football — more commonly known as Football or Soccer. It is the world's most popular sport, played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object is to score by using any part of the body except the arms and hands to get the ball into the opposing goal.

  • Athletics — commonly known as Track and Field, though it is an umbrella sport, which in addition to Track and Field it also comprises Cross Country Running, Road Running and Racewalking.

  • Atlatl — an Atlatl is a spear thrower, used in spear or dart throwing competitions

  • ATV — ATV stands for All Terrain Vehicle, and sport disciplines involving ATVs include Enduro, Track and Off-Road Racing and ATV racing on a motocross track.

  • Australian Footballa fast paced football code from Australia, played between two teams of eighteen players on a large oval field. Six points are scored by kicking the ball between two tall goal posts, or one point for passing the ball either side of these. Alternative names are Australian Football, Aussie Rules, AFL, Australian Rules Football.

  • Australian Handball — similar to Squash though played without a racquet.

  • Auto Racing — a sport involving the racing of automobiles for competition. There are numerous different categories including Formula 1, Touring Car, Rally Cars, Drag Racing, Stock Car Racing, Vintage Racing. Also known as Car Racing, Motor Racing or Automobile Racing.

  • Autocross — a type of Auto Racing in which drivers navigate one at a time through a defined course on either a sealed or an unsealed surface in the shortest time. See also the motorcycle version Motorcycle Gymkhana

  • Autograss — a type of Auto Racing on natural surfaces such as grass or mud, usually held on quarter-mile oval tracks.

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  • Ba Game - a version of Medieval Football played in Scotland, a type of Mob Football where two parts of a town have to get a ball to their respective sides.

  • Backstroke — a swimming stroke performed on the back with the arms lifted alternately out of the water in a backward circular motion and the legs extended and kicking.

  • Badminton — an indoor game with rackets in which a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net.

  • Balance Beam — a female Olympic Games gymnastics event on which a gymnast balances on a narrow horizontal bar raised off the floor, while performing exercises.

  • Balkline — a Carom Billiards discipline. A point is scored each time a player's cue ball makes contact with both object balls on a single stroke. It is played on a pocketless table that is divided by balklines on the cloth marking playing regions. It's precursor was a game called Straight Rail.

  • Ball Badminton — a racket game native to India, played with a yellow ball made of wool, with similarities to Badminton.

  • Ball Hockey — a variation of Ice Hockey, a lot like Street Hockey, in which the game is played on foot on a non-ice surface, and a ball is used instead of a hockey puck.

  • Ballooning — competitive hot air ballooning is a test of accuracy, not speed. The aim is to fly as close as possible to a target and drop a weighted marker.

  • Bandy - a team sport played on ice using sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal, a precursor to ice hockey. A variation is Rink Bandy.

  • Banger Racing - racing event which is done on a dirt track using scrap cars

  • Bank Pool — a version of Pocket Billiards

  • Bare-knuckle boxing - two individuals participate to fight against each other without using boxing gloves or any other type of padding on their hands. Also called Fisticuffs.

  • Barrel Racing - a rodeo event where participants and horses complete a clover-leaf pattern around barrels.

  • Baseball - a bat and ball game in which the aim is to hit the ball and score runs by running around four bases.

  • BASE Jumping - involves parachuting from a structure or cliff, with competitions based on landing accuracy.

  • Basketball - players attempt to shoot the ball through the hoop on the opponent’s court, , moving the ball by throwing and dribbling.

  • Basque Pelota - the name for a variety of court sports which involves hitting a ball against a wall using the hand, a racket, a wooden bat or a basket. Other forms include Pala Corta, Rubber-paleta, Paleta-Leather, Xare, Cesta Punta, Frontenis, Hand-Pelota, Valencian Pilota, Valencian Frontó. Jai Alai is a variety of Basque Pelota.

  • Basse - a bag ball game from Norway in which the ball is kept from landing in the player's area, using any part of the body except the hands.

  • Bat-and-Trap - an English bat and ball game usuallt played in a pub

  • Baton Twirling - a metal rod called a baton, is manipulated, while simultaneously making coordinated dance moves

  • Bavarian Curling - another name for Ice Stock Sport

  • Beach Basketball - a version of basketball played on sand

  • Beach Handball — a variation of Handball, played on sand instead of indoors. This sport is sometimes called Sandball.

  • Beach Rugby - a version of rugby played on the sand

  • Beach Soccer - similar to association football but played on a beach or sand

  • Beach Tennis - a sport which has elements from tennis and volleyball, and played on the beach

  • Beach Volleyball— A version of Volleyball played on and with teams of two players, in which a ball is hit by hand over a high net, the aim being to score points by making the ball reach the ground on the opponent's side of the court.

  • Beach Woodball — a version of Woodball played on sand which involves using a mallet to pass a ball through gates. The sport is in the program for the Asian Beach Games.

  • Beach Wrestling - a standing up position style of wrestling conducted on beach sand

  • Behcup - similar to putting in golf, though the balls are putted into a small goal and not into a hole.

  • Belt Wrestling - the aim is to knock down the opponent by grappling with their belt.

  • Benchpress - the barbell bench press is one of three lifts in the sport of powerlifting. Participants lie on their back holding the weight on both hands, push it upwards, and then lower the weight again to the chest level

  • Benchrest Shooting - a shooting sport where the participant shoots with a rifle at the bench

  • Biathle - consist of swimming and running as part of a single race. It is usually over a shoter distance than the similar Aquathlon.

  • Biathlon - a combination of cross-country skiing and rifle shooting

  • Bicycle Motocross (BMX) - a cycle sport which involves BMX bikes

  • Bicycle Polo - similar to Polo, though played on bicycles instead of horses.

  • Bikejoring - a single dog or a team of harnessed dogs pull along a rider on a bike

  • Billiards — billiards is the historical umbrella term for a range of cue sports, though in some countries it refers to the specific game of English Billiards.

  • Biribol - an aquatic version of volleyball.

  • Board track racing - a motorsport which was popular in the United Stated between the 1910s and 1920s

  • Boardercross - a snowboard competition on a course similar to motocross

  • Bobsleigh - winter sport on a sled making timed runs down narrow, twisting, banked, ice tracks.

  • Bocce - is part of the boules sport family, similar to bowls and pentanque.

  • Boccia - a ball sport similar to bocce, bowls, and pentanque for athletes with physical disabilities.

  • Bodyboarding - a water sport in which the surfer rides a bodyboard.

  • Bodybuilding - participants show their developed muscular build through poses, and are judged based on muscularity, conditioning, and symmetry.

  • Boli Khela - a form of wrestling which is practiced in Bangladesh and India.

  • Borden Ball - see Handball

  • Bossaball - played on an inflatable court with trampolines on each side of the net

  • Boßeln - see Klootschieten

  • Bouldering - a type of rock climbing which is done without the use of a harness

  • Bowling - a general term of a large range of sports in which the player rolls a ball to knock down objects. The most common variation is tenpin.

  • Bowls (see Lawn Bowls)

  • Box lacrosse - a version of lacrosse which is played on a smaller indoor arena (box), with six players in each team.

  • Boxing - a combat sport in which two players throw punches at each other.

  • Brännboll - a Scandinavian game which has similarities to rounders, but with no pitcher

  • Breaststroke - one of the major swimming strokes

  • British Baseball - a bat-and-ball game played in Wales and England similar to rounders

  • Broomball - a game like ice hockey played with a broom

  • Bull Fighting - involves one or more bulls which are being fought in a bullring

  • Bull Riding — a rodeo sport, which involves a rider getting on a large bull and attempting to stay mounted while the animal attempts to buck them off.

  • Butterfly stroke — one of the major swimming stroke styles

  • Buzkashi - a Central Asian sport like polo in which riders on horses attempt to drag a goat carcass toward the goal. There is a variant known as kokpar which is quite similar.

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  • Calcio Fiorentino - an early form of football which was developed in 16th century Italy

  • Calva - a traditional Spanish sport in which you knock down a piece of wood.

  • Camel Racing - racing camels with a jockey like in horse racing.

  • Camel Jumping - the objective of the sport is to clean jump a group of camels that are stacked together horizontally.

  • Cammag - a sport similar to shinty or hurling from the Isle of Man.

  • Camogie - the female version of hurling played in Ireland.

  • Campdrafting - from Australia, involving a horse and a rider working cattle

  • Canadian Football - a type of gridiron football which is played in Canada.

  • Candlepin Bowling - a type of bowling like tenpin bowling using candlepins and smaller balls

  • Caneball - another name for the Myanmar (Burmese) traditional sport of Chinlone

  • Canoe Polo - like polo on water, the objective is to score by throwing or hitting a ball through a goal suspended two meters above the water.

  • Canoeing - paddle sport in which the rider kneels or sits facing forward in a canoe

  • Capoeira - a form of martial art from Brazil which has a combination of aspects of dance moves, acrobatics, movements and music

  • Capture The Flag - the aim is to get the other team’s flag which is located their base.

  • Carom Billiards — A cue sport played on a felt covered table with cues and billiard balls, in which the object is to score points by caroming your cue ball off both the opponent's cue ball and the object ball(s) with a single shot. There are a large range of disciplines include Artistic Billiards, Three-Cushion Billiards, Five-Pin Billiards, Balkline, Straight Rail, Cushion Caroms, Four-Ball.

  • Casting - fishing without fish, the objective is to test the accuracy and distance of a cast.

  • Cheerleading — a dubious sport in which groups of cheerleaders do routines that are subjectively assessed.

  • Chessboxing - a combination of chess and boxing

  • Chilean Rodeo - two riders on horseback try to stop a calf.

  • Chinese Handball - a form of American handball which is popular in the streets of NY, similar to Wallball.

  • Chinlone - the traditional sport of Burma or Myanmar, a team sport combined with dance (also known as Caneball).

  • Chuckwagon Racing - a chuckwagon is pulled by four thoroughbred horses around a track

  • Clay Pigeon Shooting - shooters try to shoot flying targets like the clay pigeons or clay targets

  • Clean and Jerk - one of the events of weight lifting competition.

  • Clout Archery - a form of Archery, similar to Target Archery, except you aim at a flag among a group of concentric circular scoring zones from long range.

  • Collegiate Wrestling - a wrestling style practiced exclusively in the United States at a collegiate level

  • Competitive Eating - involves participants competing on who can consume the most food in a short period of time

  • Corkball - a sport derived from baseball with a smaller ball which can be played in a much smaller field (often referred as mini-baseball)

  • Cowboy Action Shooting - involves shooting targets with a variety of guns that were typical of the late 19th century

  • Cowboy Mounted Shooting - involves shooting at targets while riding a horse

  • Cowboy Polo — similar to regular Polo, though riders compete with western saddles, usually in a smaller arena and with an inflatable rubber medicine ball.

  • Court Tennis - another name for Real Tennis

  • Crab Soccer or Crab Football - football with players supporting themselves on their hands and their feet, face up, which makes them look like crabs.

  • Crazy Golf — a common name for Minigolf

  • Cricket - a team sport played on a rectangular pitch in the centre of a large grass oval, two batters protect their wicket while the fielding team try to get them out. Forms include Test, One-Day and T20.

  • Croquet - hit plastic or wooden balls using a malle through hoops (known as wickets in the USA)

  • Cross Country Skiing - races over snow-covered terrain using skis

  • Cross-Country Mountain Biking - off road cycling races over rough terrain

  • Cross-Country Rally - another name for Rally Raid, an extended form of offf-road rally racing

  • Cross-country Running - distance running races over natural terrain

  • Crossfit — is a strength and conditioning program created in the US in 2000, involving short but high-intensity workouts comprised of functional exercises. Not really a sport, but they do organize fitness competitions such as the CrossFit Games.

  • Cue Sports (Billiards) — a general term for a large range of indoor sports played on a felt top table, with or without pockets. Examples include Pocket Billiards (Pool) and Snooker.

  • Cup Stacking - see Sport Stacking

  • Curling - players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards the target area

  • Cushion Caroms — a cue sport and Carom Billiards discipline, played on a pocketless table with two white balls and a red ball. The aim is to carom off of both object balls with at least one rail being struck before the hit on the second object ball.

  • Cycling - there are a large range of sports involving riding a bicycle

  • Cycle Polo — see Bicycle Polo

  • Cycle Speedway - replicating motor speedway using bicycles

  • Cyclo-Cross - a type of bicycle racing, a winter sport performed over various terrain

  • Czech Handball

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  • Dancesport — Dancesport is the competitive form of Ballroom and Latin Dancing, in which contestants perform dances before judges.

  • Danish Longball

  • Dartchery - a combination of darts and archery, using bows and arrows typically used for archery, but the target is a dart board.

  • Darts - a throwing game in which small missiles are thrown at a target, which is called a dartboard

  • Deadlifting - a powerlifting event where participants lift a loaded barbell off the ground to the hips, and then lower it back to the ground

  • Deaf Basketball - basketball which is played by deaf people. Players use sign language to communicate with each other including the refs.

  • Decathlon - track and field event comprising 10 events

  • Demolition Derby

  • Disc Dog - dog frisbee competitions of distance catching and choreographed freestyle catching

  • Disc Golf - frisbee golf, the objective is to traverse a course from start to end with the fewest number of throws of the disc.

  • Disc Sports - various sports or games played using flying discs (frisbees)

  • Discus - athletes attempt to throw a heavy discus far as they can

  • Diving - an aquatic sport where athletes divs into water from a raised launch pad, while performing acrobatic movements.

  • Dodgeball - teams throw balls at each other while trying to avoid the balls.

  • Dog Racing - greyhounds chase a lure around a track

  • Dog Sledding - teams of sled dogs pull a sled with the driver

  • Dog Sports - general term for sporting activities that involve dogs

  • Downhill Skiing - participants slide down a snow-covered hill using skis with fixed bindings

  • Downhill Mountain Biking - biking sport which is held on steep and rough terrain

  • Drag boat racing - drag racing which is held on water with boats

  • Drag racing - automobiles or motorcycles race down a straight track

  • Dragon boat racing - a paddling sport using a dragon boat

  • Dressage - an equestrian sport in which riders and horses perform from memory a series of predetermined events.

  • Drone Racing - competitors race with specially built multi-rotor drones around a natural or specifically designed course (not a sport).

  • Drunken Boxing or Drunkard's Boxing Zui Quan. It is a concept in traditional Chinese martial arts, as well as a classification of modern Wushu forms.

  • Duathlon - similar to triathlon, running first, then cycling, then running again

  • Duckpin bowling - a type of 10-pin bowling, though with smaller balls

  • Dumog — a Filipino style of wrestling while standing upright

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  • Eight-Ball - Eight-ball is a cue sport, which is one of the most popular variants of pool, using 15 colored balls numbered from 1 to 15.

  • Eight-man Football - a mini version of American Football played by high schools with smaller enrollments

  • Elephant Polo — a form of Polo, played on the back of Elephants instead of on horseback.

  • Endurance Racing - a motorsport where teams of two or four race for long distances, that tests their endurance, and also the durability of their vehicles.

  • Endurance Riding - an equestrian discipline, where riders and horses compete in races over very long distances.

  • Endurance Running - track and field running races over distances of 3kms and greater

  • Enduro — a motorcycle sport with main objective to traverse a series of checkpoints, arriving exactly at a predetermined time. The courses are usually run over thick wooded terrain, sometimes with large obstacles.

  • Endurocross - hybrid sport combining of elements from Supercross, Enduro, and Trials (also called or indoor enduro)

  • English Billiards — sometimes just called Billiards, requires two cue balls and a red object ball. The game features both cannons (caroms) and the pocketing of balls as objects of play, scoring points for each of these. See Cue Sports.

  • Equestrian - competitions testing horse riding skills

  • Equestrian Vaulting - a gymnastics and dance discipline done on horseback

  • e-Sports - another name for Gaming

  • Eton Fives - a handball sport derived from the English sport Fives

  • European (Team) Handball — another name for the sport of Handball

  • Eventing - riders compete in three types of races, dressage, cross-country and show jumping, in a single competition.

  • Expedition racing — an endurance event combining two or more disciplines. More commonly called Adventure Racing.

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  • Fast Pitch Softball - the competitve form of softball, where the pitcher's arm rotates 360 degrees around the shoulder until the ball is released from the hand.

  • Fast5 - a variation of netball, formerly known as Fastnet, with only 5 players per team.

  • Fell Running - running races done off road and mostly uphill

  • Fencing - Two fencers face each other and attempt to touch each other with the tip of a thin sword.

  • Field Archery — a form of Archery which involves shooting at targets of varying distance, often in rough terrain.

  • Field Handball — the orginal version of Handball, played outdoors on a larger field and more players. It is also known as Outdoor Handball or Grass Handball.

  • Field Hockey - played outdoors on turf, players hit a hard round ball though goals using sticks with curved ends.

  • Field Lacrosse - a full contact outdoor men's version of lacrosse

  • Field Target - an outdoor air gun discipline

  • Fierljeppen - contestants using a long pole, vault across a canal. Also called Canal Jumping.

  • Figure Skating - an artistic ice skating sport where athletes perform routines on an ice rink. Includes the disciplines of Ice Dancing and Synchronized Skating.

  • Finnish Skittles - opposing players take turns to knockdown their opponent's skittles.

  • Finswimming - an underwater swimming sport where athletes race against each while wearing breathing apparatus.

  • Fishing — usually a recreational activity, though when in competition it can be a sport. See Sport Fishing

  • Fistball - an outdoor team sport similar to volleyball

  • Fisticuffs — another name for bare knuckle boxing.

  • Five-a-Side Football - each team fields five players a smaller pitch, smaller goals, and a reduced game duration

  • Five-pin bowling - a bowling variant from Canada with smaller balls and only 5 pins

  • Five-Pin Billiards — a Carom Billiards discipline popular in Italy and Argentina, in which points are agined by using one's cue ball to cause the opponent's cue ball to knock over pins.

  • Fives - an English sport in which a ball is propelled against the walls in a specially designed court by using a bare or gloved hand.

  • Flag Football - similar to American football but instead of tackling players the defensive team have to remove a flag from the ball carrier.

  • Flight Archery - a form of archery in which the aim is to shoot the arrow as far as possible.

  • Floor (Gymnastics) - gymnasts perform a tumbling and dance routine on a floor space

  • Floor Hockey - refers to a collection of indoor hockey sports which were derived from various hockey codes, played on dry, flat floor surfaces such as a gymnasium or basketball court.

  • Floorball - a type of floor hockey sport played indoors, popular in Nordic countries

  • Footbag - group of sports that is named after the ball ("Footbag") that is used to play the sport. Sports include Freestyle and Footbag Net.

  • Footbag Net - players have to kick a footbag over a 5ft high net.

  • Football — Around the world, Football mostly refers to Association Football, also known as Soccer in some places. In the USA, Football refers to American Football (Gridiron). In Australia, Football refers to Australian Rules Football.

  • Football Tennis - also known as futnet, played by kicking a ball over a low net.

  • Footgolf - a mix of golf and football, where players use football skills to kick a ball into holes

  • Footpool - novelty version of billiards using and oversized table amd soccer balls.

  • Footvolley - like beach volleyball though you can only use your feet

  • Formula Racing - motor racing using open-wheeled single seat vehicles

  • Four Square - school yard ball game played in a quadrant.

  • Four-Ball — a Carom Billiards discipline, played on a pocketless table with four balls (2 red, 2 white), where a point is scored when a player caroms on any two other balls, and two points are scored when the player caroms on each of the three other balls. A variant played in Asia is called Yotsudama.

  • Freediving - underwater diving which completely relies on the diver’s capability to hold its breath

  • Freestyle BMX - stunt riding sport using BMX bikes.

  • Freestyle Footbag - performing various tricks with a footbag.

  • Freestyle Motocross — competition based upon points for acrobatic ability on an MX bike over jumps. See also Motocross.

  • Freestyle Skiing - different forms of freestyle skiing including Aerial skiing, Mogul skiing, Ski ballet, Ski cross, Half-pipe skiing, Slopestyle skiing

  • Freestyle Snowboarding - competitors ride on the snowboard and do the tricks along with descending on the snow covered slopes to earn maximum scores.

  • Freestyle Swimming - in these events competitors can swim using any stroke of their choice.

  • Freestyle Wrestling - the objective is to pin down the opponent's shoulders on to the mat, the legs are allowed to be used

  • Frescoball (see Matkot)

  • Fricket - a ‘two-on-two’ flying disc game. Also known as disc cricket, cups, suzy sticks and crispy wickets.

  • Frisian Handball - similar to American handball and Fives

  • Frontenis - a sport using rackets and a rubber ball on a ‘pelota court’

  • Fullbore target rifle - using rifles, shooters hit the paper targets in prone position

  • Fußball (also spelled Fussball) — this is the German name for (Association) Football, and also the name used for Table Football.

  • Futsal - a variant of association football played on a smaller field usually indoors.

  • Fuzzball - a street version of baseball played in some regions of the US.

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  • Gaelic Football - a contact sport which originated in Ireland

  • Gaelic Handball - a wall based sport, played in Ireland, similar to squash though the ball is hit with the hand.

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  • Gateball - a team sport played with a wooden mallet and wooden balls. Each player attempts to strike their allocated ball through all the gates and finally strike the goal pole.

  • Gliding - an air sport in which pilots use an unpowered aircraft

  • Glima — a wrestling style from Scaninavia, based on a popular sport of the Vikings from over 1200 years ago.

  • Goalball - a paralympic sport for blind athletes using a ball with bells

  • Golf - players use a club to hit balls into a series of holes on a course, using the fewest number of strokes.

  • Gorodki - a folk sport from Russia, where competitors strike down a group of cylindrical wooden objects by throwing a bat.

  • Grass Skiing - involves skiing on grass covered slopes on skis with wheels

  • Greco-Roman Wrestling - In this wrestling style, competitors are prohibited from holding any part of the opponent’s body below the waist.

  • Greyhound Racing - a dog sport also called dog racing

  • Gridiron Football — the term used outside of the US for American Football.

  • Group Gymnastics - a team sport where a large group of gymnasts perform coordinated continuous movements

  • Guts - a disc sport derived from dodgeball, where players try to strike their opponents with a frisbee

  • Gymkhana - a multi-game equestrian event which is performed to display the talents of the horses and their riders.

  • Gymnastics - a range of sports combining tumbling and acrobatic feats, usually done with apparatus. Two main sports: Rhythmic Gymnastics and Artistic Gymnastics.

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  • Hammer throw — an Olympic track and field event in which a heavy weight at the end of a wire is thrown for distance.

  • Handball — a sport ususally played indoors between teams of seven players, who pass a ball to throw it into the goal of the other team. Also known as Team Handball, Olympic Handball, European (Team) handball or Borden ball. Variations include Beach Handball, Czech Handball and Field Handball.

  • Hang Gliding - a type of air sport in which the rider flies a non-motorized aircraft which is called a hang glider

  • Harness Racing - horses trot or pace while pulling a driver in a sulky.

  • Heptathlon

  • Horizontal Bar - artistic gymnastics event also known as high bar, where athletes perform aerial stunts on a horizontal bar.

  • High jump — an Olympic Track and Field event in which the participants attempt to jump over the highest bar.

  • High Power Rifle - shooting competition using rifles such as the service rifle

  • Hill Climb — riding on a motorcycle, one competitor at a time attempts to ride up a very steep hill. The rider to reach the top (if anyone makes it) with the shortest elapsed time wins. There is also a car version of this sport, Hillclimbing (see point below).

  • Hillclimbing - car drivers race on an uphill course in a time trial format

  • Hockey - a large range of indoor and outdoor team sports which involves hitting a ball into a net. See Ice Hockey and Field Hockey

  • Hornussen - a traditional Swiss sport (farmer's golf), where the hornusser knocks a nut through the air with a long flexible rod.

  • Horse Polo - the traditional polo sport. Polo is also played on other animals such as Elephants and Yaks.

  • Horse Racing - equestrian sport which involves jockeys riding horses or being pulled aloong by horses

  • Horseball — The sport is like a combination of Polo, Rugby and Basketball, played on horseback where a ball is carried and shot through a high net to score. A similar sport is Pato.

  • Horseshoes - players toss horseshoes alternately at stakes in the ground.

  • Hot Air Ballooning - see Ballooning

  • Hovercraft Racing

  • Hunting - an activity which involves tracking and killing animals with various weapons (not a sport?)

  • Hurdles (Track and Field)

  • Hurling - a Gaelic outdoor team sport where players to use a wooden stick to hot a ball between the opposing team’s goalposts.

  • Hydroplane Racing - racing of hydroplanes on oval course mostly on lakes or rivers

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  • Ice Climbing - athletes climb vertical ice formations with the uses of ropes and other protective gears.

  • Ice Cross Downhill - an extreme winter racing sport which involves direct racing of multiple skaters on a downhill course.

  • Ice Dancing - one of the events in Figure Skating, which has its roots in ballroom dancing

  • Ice Hockey - a contact sport which is played on ice while earing skates and using a stick to hit a puck into a goal.

  • Ice Racing - racing of motorized vehicles on predominantly natural ice surfaces like frozen lakes or rivers.

  • Ice Speedway — similar to Motorcycle Speedway Racing, though using bikes developed specifically for racing on ice. The bikes race anti-clockwise around oval tracks between 260 and 425 meters in length.

  • Ice Skating - there are a range of sports that utilize ice skating, such as ice hockey, figure skating and speed skating.

  • Ice Stock Sport - a winter sport that is similar to curling. Also called Bavarian Curling.

  • Ice Yachting - sail boats called ice yachts are used to race on frozen lakes and rivers

  • Indoor Cricket - a modified version of cricket played indoor with nets for walls.

  • Indoor Field Hockey - indoor team sport that was derived from field hockey.

  • Indoor Netball - a variation of netball, payed indoors with netting all around the court.

  • Indoor Soccer - an indoor version of Association Football developed in North America.

  • Inline Hockey - similar to ice hockey, players move around on an wooden or concrete surface wearing inline skates

  • Inline Skating - also known as roller blading, a variety of sports performed while wearing skates with two to five polyurethane wheels arranged in a single line.

  • Inline Speed Skating - athletes use inline skates to race around tracks

  • Intercrosse - a non-contact version of lacrosse

  • International Fronton - played by striking a ball onto a wall with bare hands, using rules adapted from many wall ball sports.

  • International Game - a team sport that is played by striking a ball with hands, created so that players from similar handball sports could play against each other.

  • International Rules Football

  • Irish Road Bowling

  • Ironman Surflifesaving - combines four major aspects of surflifesaving into a single race

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  • Jai Alai — a sport derived from Basque Pelota, usually played indoors. Popular in many Latin American countries.

  • Javelin - track and field event involving throwing a spear like implement as far as possible

  • Jetsprint - a high speed boat racing sport in which a team of two riders, race through a course by themselves in a time-trial format (also known as sprint boat racing)

  • Jeu Provençal - a popular French forms of Boules, where the objective is to throw a set of hollow metal balls as close as possible to a target ball.

  • Jianzi - a traditional Chinese national sport, where players aim to keep an shuttlecock type object (called a Jianzi) in the air by striking it predominantly with legs.

  • Joggling - running (jogging) races while juggling

  • Jokgu - a Korean sport which resembles a mix of football and volleyball

  • Jorkyball - a type of indoor soccer on a small rectangular filed surrounded by glass walls

  • Judo - the objective is to throw or takedown the opposing player to the ground

  • Jujutsu — a Japanese martial art using close combat for defeating an armed and armored opponent, with ony a short weapon or none at all.

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  • Kabaddi - a "raider" enters the opposite team's half to tag opponents without taking a breath.

  • Kaisa — a cue sport (type carom billiards) mainly played in Finland. (also known as Karoliina)

  • Karate - a martial art developed in Japan which uses punching, kicking, knee strikes, elbow strikes, and some open-hand techniques

  • Kart Racing

  • Kayaking - boat races using a small, narrow boat propelled by means of a double-bladed paddle

  • Kegel - a German nine-pin bowling game played in Australia

  • Kelly Pool - type of pocket billiard game played on a standard pool table, with fifteen numbered markers which player select from

  • Kemari - Japanese traditional sport with the aim to keep one ball in the air.

  • Kendo - a form of Japanese martial art that originated from kenjutsu, and involves thrusts and strikes.

  • Kho Kho - team that takes lesser time to tag all the opponent players wins the game.

  • Kickball - a type of baseball where the players kick the ball, instead of striking it with a bat

  • Kickboxing — a group of stand-up combat sports based on kicking and punching. Variations include Pradal Serey (Cambodia), Sanda (China), Savate (France), Sikaran (Philippines)

  • Kilikiti - a traditional Tuvalu sport similar to cricket

  • Kin-Ball - played with three teams and a very big ball

  • Ki-o-rahi - a traditional New Zealand Maori game played on a circular field

  • Kite Fighting - battle to cut the lines on the opponents' kites

  • Kite Landboarding - using a kite and wind power to manoeuver a huge skateboard type board over land.

  • Kite Boarding - a group of sports which use a kite for power and a board for support, such as Kitesurfing, Kite Landboarding, Snowkiting.

  • Kitesurfing - a board and kite are used on the water utilizing different styles consisting of freeride, speed, down winders and racing.

  • Kilikiti - a traditional Samoan and Tuvalu sport similar to cricket

  • Klootschieten - German sport in which participants throw a ball as far as they can.

  • Kneeboarding - a waterskiing event where a participant is pulled along while kneeling on a convex board

  • Knife Throwing - a combat sport requiring throwing knives

  • Korfball - a mixed gender ball sport which is similar to netball and basketball, developed in The Netherlands.

  • Krachtbal - a team sport from Flanders, where points are scored by throwing the ball using a neck or back throw into the opponent’s goal area.

  • Kubb - a lawn game where the object is to knock over wooden blocks ('kubbs') by throwing wooden batons at them.

  • Kurash — folk wrestling style from Central Asia in which wrestlers use towels to hold their opponents, and their goal is to throw their opponents off the feet.

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  • Lacrosse — a team game, originally played by North American Indians, in which the ball is thrown, caught, and carried with a long-handled stick with a piece of shallow netting at one end. Versions include Field Lacrosse, Box Lacrosse, Women's Lacrosse.

  • Lagori — from Southern India, this game involves a ball and a pile of flat stones. A member of one team throws a soft ball at a pile of stones to knock them over, then try to restore the pile of stones while the opposing team throws the ball at them (also known as Lingocha).

  • Land Sailing — racing in a three-wheeled vehicles moving across land powered by wind through the use of a sail. Also known as sand yachting or land yachting.

  • Land Speed Records — in various vehicle classes, competitors attempt to create the fastest time over a fixed distance. Two runs are required in opposite directions within one hour to set a new mark.

  • Land Windsurfing — similar to traditional Windsurfing though performed on land rather than water, using a four-wheeled deck to travel across the surface. Also known as "Terrasailing", "street sailing", "land sailing" and "dirt windsurfing"

  • Lapta a Russian traditional bat and ball game. The aim of the game is to hit a ball, served by a player of the opposite team, with a bat as far as possible, then run across the field, and if possible back again.

  • Laser Tag — a skirmish sport in which players attempt to score points by tagging targets, typically with a hand-held infrared-emitting targeting device.

  • Lawn Bowls — the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty".

  • Lawn Mower Racing - motorsport where participants use race-modified lawnmowers.

  • Legends Car Racing — a racing sport using identical spec vehicles, with bodyshells made of 5/8-scale replicas of American automobiles from the 1930s and 1940s and powered by a Yamaha motorcycle engines.

  • Lelo Burti — a Georgian folk sport, a full contact ball game very similar to rugby.

  • Lethwei — an unarmed Burmese martial art similar to other kickboxing styles from the region.

  • Letterboxing— an outdoor sport that combines orienteering, art, and puzzle solving. Small weatherproof boxes are hidden in publicly accessible places (like parks) and clues are distributed to finding the box. Similar to GeoCaching.

  • Long Jump — a track and field event where the participant attempts to jump the longest into a sand pit. See also the similar Triple Jump.

  • Longboarding — a skateboarding sport in which athletes use a longboard to compete in races

  • Longue Paume - an outdoor version of the racket sport, jeu de paume, played without a net

  • Luge — a Winter Olympic sport in which competitors race down an ice track in a small one- or two-person sled lying supine (face up) and feet-first.

  • Lumberjack — competitons involving many different events, including log rolling, chopping, timed hot (power) saw and bucksaw cutting, and pole climbing.

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  • Marathon - a distance running athletics event over 42.2 km

  • Marching Band - a large team of participants play musical instruments as they perform various routines while moving around on an huge outdoor field

  • Martial Arts - a tradition of combat practices

  • Matkot - a sport which is very similar to beach tennis

  • Medieval Football — Alternative names include Folk Football, Mob Football and Shrovetide Football. Versions include Ba game, Caid, Calcio Fiorentino, Camping, Chester-le-Street, Cnapan, Cornish Hurling, Haxey Hood, La Soule, Lelo burti, Mob football, Royal Shrovetide Football, Uppies and Downies.

  • Metallic Silhouette Shooting - players compete to test their skills by shooting at silhouette metal targets.

  • Metro Footy - a modified version of Australian football played on rectangular field, predominantly in the USA.

  • Minigolf or Miniature Golf — a game utilizing only the putting aspect of Golf, played on short holes on artificial putting surfaces often with obstacles. Officially called minigolf, but also can be called by the name miniature golf, mini-golf, midget golf, goofy golf, shorties, extreme golf, put put, crazy golf, adventure golf, mini-putt and many others.

  • Mini Rugby - a modified version for Rugby Union, to make the sport suitable to be introduced to children

  • Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) - a full contact individual combat sport which include aspects of several other combat sports and martial arts.

  • Mob Football - A type of Medieval Football, usually an annual traditional event with a ball, unlimited number of players and very few rules.

  • Modern Pentathlon

  • Mölkky - players use a wooden pin (also called "mölkky") to try to knock over wooden pins.

  • Mongolian Wrestling — a folk wrestling style from the Mongolian region, in which the aim is to get your opponent to touch his upper body, knee or elbow to the ground.

  • Moscow Broomball - a variation of Broomball, an ice hockey type sport, played in Moscow and only by non-Russians

  • Moto-Ball — another name for Motorcycle Polo

  • Motocross — a form of motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits which include embankments and jumps. See also Freestyle Motocross.

  • Motorcycling Road Racing a motorcycle sport involving racing motorcycles as teams or individuals around a circular track. At the elite level it is in the form of MotoGP racing. Also known as Moto racing and Bike racing.

  • Motorcycle Gymkhana — a motorcycle time trial sport around cones on a paved area. The winner is the competitor who completes the course in the shortest time. Time penalties are incurred by putting a foot down, hitting a cone, or going outside the designated area. It is similar to car Autocross.

  • Motorcycle Polo —also called Moto-Ball. The competition is similar to association football, though the ball is much bigger and all players (except goalkeepers) are riding motorcycles.

  • Motorcycle Speedway — a Motorsport in which the motorcycles have one gear and no brakes, and race around a circular strack. Also commonly known by just Speedway. Variations includes Ice Speedway.

  • Motorcycle Trials — a test of skill on a motorcycle whereby the rider attempts to cover rocky terrain without placing a foot on the ground. The winner is the rider with the least penalty points. Known in the US as "Observed Trials"

  • Motorsports — includes a wide range of sports, each linked with its use of a motor to propel a driver, and all have an element of thrill and danger for the driver and spectator.

  • Mountain Biking - held on steep and rough terrain, involving jumps, rock gardens, and other obstacles.

  • Mountain Unicycling — an adventure sport that consists of traversing rough terrain on a unicycle.

  • Mountainboarding — an action board sport like a snowboard with wheels or a cross-country skateboard. It is also known as DirtboardingOffroad Boarding, and All-Terrain Boarding (ATB).

  • Mountaineering

  • Muay Thai - a full contact fighting sport in which fighters try to defeat their opponents by using different techniques that make use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins.

  • Mud Bogging - an off-road motorsport which involves driving a vehicle through a muddy course

  • Muggle Quidditch - the playable version of the sport of Quidditch invented for the Harry Potter books.

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  • Naginatajutsu — a Japanese martial art of wielding the naginata, a weapon resembling the medieval European glaive.

  • Netball — a team game with seven players on a side, similar to basketball except that players are restricted to certain sections of the court, and a player receiving the ball must stand still until they have passed it to another player.

  • Newcomb Ball — an early variation of Volleyball, Teams throw ball back and forth until ball hits floor or is mishandled.

  • Nine-a-side Footy — a mini version of Australian Rules Football, with 3 players each designated as forwards, centres and backs.

  • Nine-Ball — a version of Pocket Billiards

  • Nine-Man Football — a variation of American Football for smaller schools

  • Nine Pin Bowling — a variation of bowling with only 9 pins set up in a diamond pattern.

  • Ninjutsu — The traditional Japanese art of the Ninjas - incorporating stealth, camouflage and sabotage, now practiced as a martial art.

  • Nordic Combined — a Winter Olympics sport in which athletes compete in a combined event of Cross-Country Skiing and Ski Jumping.

  • Nordic Skiing — a field of competitive skiing which includes all events where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski (as opposed to Alpine skiing). Includes Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, and Biathlon, Nordic Combined and Telemark Skiing.

  • Northern Praying Mantis — a style of Chinese martial arts, sometimes called Shandong Praying Mantis.

  • Novuss — a national sport in Latvia, with similarities to carrom and pocket billiards. Played on a 1 meter square wooden board with pockets in each corner. A small cue stick is used to strike a puck to hit small discs into the pockets.

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  • Offroad Boarding — another name for Mountainboarding

  • Off-Road Racing — many motor sports have competitions 'off-road', meaning on rough terrain

  • Oil Wrestling — a form of wrestling called Yağlı Güreş in Turkey, is where the wrestlers cover themselves in oil.

  • Oinăa Romanian traditional sport, similar in many ways to Baseball and Lapta played outdoors by two teams of 11 players, taking turns either batting or catching.

  • Okinawan Kobudō — weapon systems of Okinawan martial arts, also known as Ryūkyū Kobujutsu.

  • One Day International (ODI) — a form of Cricket played in a single day, usually 50 overs per team. An even shorter version is the Twenty20.

  • One-Pocket — a version of Pocket Billiards

  • Orienteering — participants find their way to various checkpoints across rough country with the aid of a map and compass, the winner being the one with the lowest elapsed time.

  • Outdoor Handball — another name for Field Handball

  • Outrigger Canoeing — racing using a type of canoe featuring one or more lateral support floats known as outriggers, which are fastened to one or both sides of the main hull.

  • Over-the-line – a bat-and-ball sport related to baseball and softball with just 3 people per team. Unlike the other sports, the batter and pitcher are on the same team.

  • Oztag — a form of Tag Rugby

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  • Paddle Tennis - a variation of tennis on a smaller court, lower net, using a solid paddle and ball.

  • Paddleball (1 wall) - a small rubber ball is hit against single wall with a solid paddle.

  • Paddleball (4 wall) - like raquetball/squash but played with a solid paddle racket.

  • Padel - a mix of tennis and squash, played on a much smaller court with walls and a solid paddle racket.

  • Paintball — a skirmish sport in which players compete to eliminate opponents by tagging them with capsules containing water soluble dye propelled from paintball guns.

  • Paleta Frontón - a wall based racquet sport that originated in Peru

  • Pall mall - a lawn game which was played between the 1500's and the 1600's

  • Palla - a traditional street game played in villages of Italy.

  • Pankration (Amateur) - A modern version of the Ancient Olympic sport of Pankration.

  • Parachuting - Also known as skydiving, involving jumping from an aircraft with just a parachute

  • Para-ClimbingSport Climbing for disabled athletes.

  • Paragliding - riders using para-gliders perform cross country or acrobatic maneuvers.

  • Parallel Bars - an artistic gymnastics discipline performed by men which comprises predominantly of swings and vaults with two parallel bars.

  • Paralympic football - the adaptation of association football for disabled athletes

  • Paralympic volleyball - also known as sitting volleyball is for disabled athletes.

  • Pärk (or Paerk) - an outdoor team sport that originated in Gotland, where players hit or kick the ball to gain field position.

  • Parkour - involving overcoming obstacles in an urban space

  • Patball - school yard game played with hands or head for hitting the ball against a wall

  • Pato — a cross between Polo and Basketball played on horseback. It is the national sport of Argentina. A similar sport is Horseball.

  • Pehlwani — a form of wrestling from South Asia. A win is achieved by pinning the opponent's shoulders and hips to the ground simultaneously.

  • Pelota mixteca - an ancient game similar to tennis without a net, the ball is hit with decorated gloves.

  • Pencak Silat - a fighting sport from Indonesia which collectively encompasses martial arts of various styles

  • Pesäpallo — a Finnish variation of Baseball, the major difference is that the ball is pitched vertically.

  • Pétanque - a type of boules in which the objective is to throw hollow metal balls towards a small wooden target ball.

  • Peteca - played by hitting the shuttlecock with your hand over a high net.

  • Pickleball - a non-contact racket sport which is similar to badminton, tennis, and table tennis

  • Ping Pong - see Table Tennis

  • Pitch and Putt - like golf, but on shorter holes and only a putter and a wedge is allowed.

  • Pocket Billiards — also known as Pool, it is the name for a range of cue sports played on a table with six pockets along the rails, into which the main aim is to hit balls into the pockets. There are hundreds of pool games - popular versions include Eight-Ball and Nine-Ball, as well as Ten-Ball, Straight Pool, One-Pocket and Bank Pool.

  • Pole Climbing - involves climbing very high wooden poles

  • Pole Vault - an athletics event in which a competitor leaps over a bar using a flexible pole.

  • Polo (Horse Polo) — a team sport played on horseback in which the objective is to hit a ball into a goal using a long-handled mallet. Variations include Snow Polo, Elephant Polo, Cycle Polo, Yak Polo, Cowboy Polo.

  • Polocrosse - an equestrian sport combining the sports of lacrosse and polo

  • Pommel Horse - a male artisitic gymnastics event in which the gymnast performs routines atop a symbolic horse.

  • Pond Hockey - a version of ice hockey played on a natural frozen body of water

  • Pool — a common name for the cue sport of Pocket Billiards

  • Popinjay - a shooting sport with either bows or rifles

  • Power hockey - ice hockey played on an electric wheelchair

  • Power Boat Racing - ocean-going powerboats races against each other

  • Powerchair Football - indoor football for people in wheelchairs.

  • Powerlifting - tests of strength on three lifts: dead lift, bench press and squat.

  • Practical shooting - dynamic shooting sport using handguns and moving and shooting over obstacles

  • Pradal Serey — a type of kickboxing from from Cambodia. Also known as Kun Khmer

  • Prizefighting — another name for bare knuckle boxing.

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  • Quadrathlon — an endurance sports event composed of the four individual disciplines of swimming, kayaking, cycling and running - also called quadriathlon.

  • Quidditch - the sport invented for the Harry Potter books has been adapted for the real world. See Muggle Quidditch

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  • Race Walking - competitors attempt to outrace one another without running

  • Racketlon - a combination sport, where players compete in the sports of table tennis, tennis, squash, and badminton

  • Racquetball - a squash type game involving hitting a hallow rubber ball using a stringed racket

  • Racquets / Rackets - a sport similar to squash

  • Rallycross - automobile sprint racing held on a closed racing circuit using rally type cars.

  • Rally Racing (car) - auto racing that mainly happens either on unpaved roads in races against the clock.

  • Rally Raid - an extended form of rally racing, conducted on an off-road course which spans across one or more countries.

  • Rally Racing (motorbike) — a navigation event on motorbikes on public roads whereby competitors must visit a number of checkpoints in diverse locations while still obeying road traffic laws.

  • Real Tennis - the sport from which the modern lawn tennis was derived. It is played in an indoor court of asymmetric dimensions, using rules and scoring similar to those of modern tennis.

  • Rec Footy - an accessible non-contact version of Australian Football.

  • Reining - equestrian riders guide their horses through a precise pattern of spins, circles and stops

  • Rhythmic Gymnastics - uses the elements of ballet, gymnastics, dance, and apparatus manipulation.

  • Ringball - a court game from South Africa very similar to netball.

  • Ringette - a very similar sport to ice hockey, though played with a blue rubber ring and a straight stick.

  • Rings - gymnastics routine using a pair of rings, that are suspended by straps.

  • Rink bandy - a variation of Bandy which originated in Sweden in the 1960s, played on an ice hockey rink. See also Rink Ball.

  • Rink Hockey - a roller hockey sport

  • Rinkball — very similar to Rink Bandy, though played with ice hockey sticks instead of bandy sticks which are more like those used in field hockey.

  • Ritinis - a team sport from Lithuania, played on a football field with goal posts with a puck thrown by bat with a handle and curved elongated end.

  • Road Bicycle Racing - cycle races held on paved roads, usually over several hours or days.

  • Road Bowling - throw a small ball along a road, to cover a prescribed distance with a set number of throws.

  • Robot Combat - involves custom built remote control machines fighting each other (not a sport).

  • Robot Sports - sporting competitions involve robot machines battling other robots, often replicating the rules and equipment of sports (not a sport).

  • Robot Soccer - autonomous robots compete in football matches (not a sport).

  • Rodeo — a sporting event comprising many different sports, including the following Calf Roping, Breakaway roping, Team roping, Barrel racing, Steer wrestling, Goat tying, Bronc riding, Bull Riding, Steer roping and Pole bending.

  • Rogaining - involves cross-country navigation over long distances

  • Roller Derby - two teams compete while skating in the same direction around a track

  • Roller Hockey - includes traditional roller hockey (quad hockey or rink hockey played with quad stakes) and inline hockey (played with inline skates).

  • Roller Skating - there are a range of sports performed while wearing roller skates

  • Rope Climbing - competitors climb up a rope using their hands

  • Rope Jumping - involves a single person or more jumping over a rope that is being swung

  • Roque - an American variation of croquet played on a hard, smooth surface.

  • Rounders - played between two teams with a bat and ball, like baseball

  • Rowing - a sport in which competitors propel a boat using oars

  • Rugby Fives - an indoor court game played with gloves, hitting the ball against the wall

  • Rugby League - a rough game involving tackling the players in a bid to get the ball, with each team attempting to carry it over the end line

  • Rugby League Nines - like Rugby League, but with nine players

  • Rugby Sevens - like Rugby Union except with less players and over shorter time period.

  • Rugby Tens - also known as ten-a-side and Xs, is a variant of rugby union that originated in Malaysia, and is popular in many Asian countries.

  • Rugby Union - played on a grass field by two opposing teams with two H-shaped goalposts at opposite sides

  • Rundown (aka Pickle)

  • Running - running races can range from short sprints to ultra-marathons

  • Russian Fist Fighting —  the traditional bare-knuckle boxing of Russia.

  • Russian Pyramid — a cue sport played in countries of the former Soviet Union. (also known simply as Pyramid(s), Russian billiards or Russian pool)

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  • Sailing - a sport that involves moving a boat by using the power of the wind.

  • Sambo — a martial art developed for Russia's military and police force in the 1930s. The term translates as "self-defense without weapons".

  • Samoa Rules - a comnination of Australian Rules Football and Rugby Union

  • Sanda — A form of kickboxing from China, which combines full-contact kickboxing, with wrestling, takedowns, throws, sweeps, kick catches, and in some competitions, even elbow and knee strikes. Also called Sanshou

  • Sandball — see Beach Handball

  • Sandboarding - involves sliding on sand while on board

  • Savate — a French version of kickboxing, in which only foot kicks are allowed

  • Schwingen — a style of folk wrestling native to Switzerland.

  • Scootering - doing tricks, over obstacles and terrains, on a scooter

  • Sculling Rowing - a form of rowing, in which a person uses oars, one in each hand, to propel a single or double scull rowing boat.

  • Segway Polo - similar to horse polo though players ride a segway PT

  • Sepak Takraw - an Asian sport like volleyball but using the feet to kick the ball over the net

  • Shinty

  • Shinty-Hurling

  • Shooting - many events involving shooting at targets using guns like pistols and rifles

  • Shot put - throw a heavy metal ball for distance

  • Show Jumping - an equestrian event where riders on horseback attempt to jump cleanly through sets of obstacles within a specific time.

  • Shuffleboard - players uses cues to push and slide weighted discs along a long court into a scoring area

  • Sikaran — a form of kick boxing from the Philippines, which utilizes only the feet, the hands are only used for blocking.

  • Sipa - a sport from the Philippines in which the aim is to kick the ball to the other side of the net on to the opponent’s side without it touching the ground.

  • Six-Man Football - a modification of American football with 6 instead of 11 players.

  • Skateboarding - a rider balances and performs tricks using a skateboard

  • Skeet Shooting - one of the disciplines of clay pigeon shooting, targets are thrown in singles and doubles from two traps situated 40m apart.

  • Skeleton - participants ride a small sled down a frozen track facing forward with the face down.

  • Ski Flying - winter sport similar to ski jumping wherein the skier will come down and take off from a ramp and fly the farthest possible distance.

  • Ski Jumping - a form of skiing wherein an athlete will take off a ramp and jump as high and far as possible.

  • Skirmish — a genral term for sports in which participants replicate firearm warfare. See Airsoft, Laser Tag and Paintball.

  • Skiboarding - like snow skiing, but with shorter and wider skis.

  • Skibobbing - a winter sport that uses a bicycle-type frame connected to skis called skibobs.

  • Skiing — traveling over a surface (snow, water, grass) on skis. There are a wide range of sporting activities that fall under the term skiing.

  • Skijøring - being pulled either by a dog, a horse or a motor-operated vehicle while on skis

  • Skittles - a precursor to many bowling games, it is an indoor sport in a bowling alley, using one or more heavy balls to knock down nine skittles

  • Skydiving - see Parachuting

  • Skysurfing - a skydiver attaches a board to his feet during freefall

  • Slamball - a form of basketball using trampolines to get height to shoot the ball through the hoop.

  • Sledge Hockey - ice hockey on double-blade sledges for people with physical disabilities on the lower body.

  • Slopestyle - involves skiiing or snowboarding down a course of obstacles.

  • Slow-Pitch Softball - a version of Softball where the ball is pitched from 50 feet with a half a windmill underhand arm action.

  • Snatch - an event in the sport of weight lifting

  • Snooker — a Cue Sport played on a table covered with a green cloth with six pockets. It is played using a cue and 22 snooker balls: one white cue ball, 15 red balls and six balls of different colors. Points are awarded for using the cue ball to pot the red and colored balls.

  • Snowbiking - uses a bike on snow with ski blades instead of wheels

  • Snowboarding - involves descending on a slope covered in snow using a single board attached to both feet.

  • Snowkiting - a snow based, kite powered sport, while riding on a snowboard (Kite Boarding) or on snow skis (Kite Skiing)

  • Snow Polo — a variation of Polo, which is played on compacted snow on flat ground or a frozen lake.

  • Snowshoeing - racing in snow wearing snow shoes

  • Snow Skiing — Traveling over a snow surface on skis. Competitive forms include Alpine Skiing (or Downhill Skiing), and Cross-Country / Nordic Skiing.

  • Soccer — the common name for Association Football in the USA, Australia and some other parts of the world.

  • Soft Tennis - a version of the game of tennis played primarily in Asia, very similar except they play with soft balls.

  • Softball - There are three styles of softball: fast pitch, "modified" fast pitch, and slow pitch.

  • Speed Pool — a cue sport, a Pocket Billiards game where the balls must be pocketed in as little time as possible.

  • Speed Skating (Long Track) - ice skaters race head to head on a 400m oval track for a set distance, between 500 and 10,000 m.

  • Speed Skating (Short Track) - 4 to 8 skaters racing around an oval ice track towards the finish line

  • Speed Skiing - the objective is to ski downhill on a straight path as fast as possible.

  • Speed-Ball - an Egyptian racquet sport

  • Speedball (American)

  • Speedcubing - players solve single piece 3D puzzles in the quickest time possible.

  • Speedminton - badminton played with no net adapted to make it suitable for playing outdoors.

  • Speedway - motorsports around an oval track - forms include Motorcycle Speedway, Ice Speedway and Bicycle Speedway

  • Spongee - outdoor non-contact sport played on an ice rink in rubber boots with a sponge puck instead of a hard puck like in ice hockey.

  • Sport Aerobics - the objective is to perform high intensity gymnastic moves in sync with background music.

  • Sport Climbing - rock climbing competitions, can be Lead Climbing, Speed Climbing or Bouldering

  • Sport Diving - aspects of scuba diving are performed in a swimming pool

  • Sport Fishing — in competition fishing contestants compete for prizes based on the total length or weight of a fish, usually of a pre-determined species, caught within a specified timeframe.

  • Sport Kite - using a stunt kite to fly the kite in several patterns in tune with a background music

  • Sport Stacking - stack a number of plastic cups in a pre-determined sequence as fast as possible

  • Sporting Clays - one of the disciplines of clay pigeon shooting, shooters move about a course, attempting to hit varying targets projected at different angles, speed, elevation, and distances.

  • Sports Acrobatics

  • Sports Car Racing

  • Sprint (Athletics) — track and field running events over short distances, such as 100m, 200m, 400m.

  • Sprint Car Racing

  • Sprint Football - a USA varsity sport for lightweight players which emphasizes speed and agility.

  • Squash - a racquet sport played by two or four players in a four-walled court with a small hollow rubber ball.

  • Squash Tennis - derived from both squash and lawn tennis, played on a squash court with tennis rackets and balls.

  • Squat - a powerlifting event in which participants attempt to perform a squat with the maximum weight on their shoulders.

  • Ssireum — a folk wrestling style and traditional national sport of Korea, with the aim to bring any part of the opponent's body above the knee to the ground.

  • Steeplechase

  • Stock car racing

  • Stool ball

  • Street Hockey

  • Streetluge - participants race downhill feet first on a sort of modified skateboard.

  • Strongman - a sport which tests competitors' strength in a variety of different ways

  • Sumo Wrestling - two wrestlers within a circular ring try and push the other out

  • Supercross

  • Supermoto

  • Surf Kayaking

  • Surfboat

  • Surfing - participants stand on a surfboard, and use the waves for propulsion

  • Swamp Football - a version of association football played in bogs or swamps

  • Sweep Rowing - each rower has just one oar which is maneuvered with both hands to propel the boat.

  • Swimming - the sport of propelling oneself through water using the limbs.

  • Synchronized Skating

  • Synchronized Swimming - athletes perform synchronized dance routines to music while floating in water.

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  • Table Football - also called Fußball or Foosball, tries to replicate the game of Association Football on a table top.

  • Table Tennis (also called Ping Pong) - a racket sport played with small paddles and a lightweight ball on a rectangular table with a net in the middle.

  • Taekkyeon — a traditional military Korean martial art, an ancestor of Taekwondo. Points are scored by throwing (or tripping) the opponent to the ground, pushing him out of the ring, or kicking him in the head.

  • Taekwondo - a self defense discipline that originated in Korea

  • Tag Rugby — a team sport similar to touch rugby in which instead of a tackle a velcro attached tag if pulled off the ball carrier. Similar in play to Touch Rugby. Also known as Flag Rugby. Played in several forms, such as OzTag and Mini Tag. American flag rugby played in the US K1-9 is a variation of Tag Rugby.

  • Target Archery — a popular Archery competition where copetitors shoot at stationary circular targets from different distances.

  • Target Shooting - guns of any type used for aiming at a target

  • T-Ball - an introductory sport for younger kids to baseball and softball, with ball hit off a stationary tee.

  • Tchoukball

  • Team Handball — a commonly used name for the sport of Handball. (see Handball)

  • Team Penning

  • Te Ano

  • Tejo

  • Telemark Skiing - The bindings for telemark skiing holds the boot by the toes, unlike Alpine Skiing which is fixed-heel. Also known as free hill skiing and telemarking

  • Tennis - a court sport where players use a stringed racket to hit a ball to each other over a net

  • Tennis Polo - an outdoor team sport, where players attempt to throw a tennis ball through a goal defended by a goal keeper with a tennis racket. Also called Toccer.

  • Tenpin Bowling - a player rolls a bowling ball on to a wooden or synthetic lane to knock down pins

  • Tent Pegging - the objective for a horse rider is to pierce, pick-up and carry a target, with a lance or a sword, as they gallop towards the target.

  • Test Cricket - the longest form of cricket, played over 5 days

  • Tetherball - two players hit a ball attached by a rope to the top of a stationary pole

  • Thoroughbred Racing - horse racing sport which involves the racing of thoroughbred horses

  • Three sided football - a version of soccer played between three teams at once on a hexagonal pitch.

  • Three-Cushion Billiards — a very challenging cue sport and Carom Billiards discipline, where the aim is to carom the cue ball off both object balls and contact the rail cushions at least three times before the last object ball. Also called three-cushion carom.

  • Throwball — a sport very similar to Newcomb Ball (a variation of Volleyball) that is played in India.

  • Torball

  • Toros Coleados (Bull-Tailing)

  • Touch Football - instead of tackling players to the ground, the person carrying the ball only needs to be touched.

  • Touch Rugby - a team sport derived from Rugby Football, in which the tackling is replaced with just a touch

  • Tower running - grueling races up tall man made structures. Also known as Stair Climbing.

  • Town Ball

  • Track Cycling - bicycle races conducted on velodromes or other specially designed tracks that feature a steep banking.

  • Track & Field — also known as athletics

  • Trampolining — perform acrobatics while jumping on a trampoline

  • Trap Shooting - one of the variants of clay pigeon shooting, where 1 or 2 targets are thrown away from traps situated 15m in front of the shooter.

  • Triathlon - an athletic competition, which consists of three events, usually swimming, cycling, and running in consecutive order.

  • Triple jump — a track and field event where the participant attempts to hop, skip and jump the longest. Also called the hop, skip and jump for obvious reasons. Similar to the long jump.

  • Trugo

  • Tug of War

  • Tumbling - a gymnatics event involving tumbling along a mat performing flips, rolls, jumps, performing somersaults and handsprings.

  • Twenty20 - a fast paced limited over cricket match played 20 overs per team. Also known as T20 Cricket.

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  • Ulama (game)

  • Ultimate Discus — played with a disc (frisbee), with points scored by passing the disc to a teammate in the opposing end zone.

  • Ultralight Aviation — events with of lightweight aircraft which have 1 or 2 seat fixed-wings.

  • Ultramarathon — very long distance endurance events, ranging from greater than Marathon distance to several days. Ultramarathons can either cover a specified distance, or take place during a specified time frame, with the winner covering the most distance in that time.

  • Underwater Football — played in a swimming pool with snorkeling equipment, the aim is to manoeuvre a slightly negatively buoyant ball underwater (by carrying and passing) from one side of a pool to the other. Scoring is achieved by placing the ball in the gutter on the side of the pool.

  • Underwater Hockey — two teams of six push a puck along the bottom of a swimming pool. (also known as 'Octopush' or Water Hockey)

  • Underwater Ice Hockey — A variation of Ice Hockey played upside-down underneath frozen pools or ponds. Participants wear snorkeling equipment and wet suits and use the underside of the frozen surface as the playing area for a floating puck (also called sub-aqua ice hockey).

  • Underwater Orienteering — individual and team events in which competitors wearing scuba diving equipment swim an underwater course following a route marked on a map prepared by the competition organizers, using a compass and a counter meter to measure the distance covered.

  • Underwater Photography — teams of competitors using using scuba gear and using a digital underwater camera dive and photograph the same saltwater ocean sites at the same time over a two-day period, with the submitted digital images assessed to find the winner.

  • Underwater Rugby — two teams compete for a slightly negatively buoyant ball (filled with saltwater) and score by placing it into the opponents' goal (heavy metal bucket) at the bottom of a swimming pool.

  • Underwater Target Shooting — competitors free dive in a swimming pool, using spearguns to fire at targets.

  • Underwater Wrestling — an alternative name for Aquathlon

  • Uneven Bars — an artistic gymnastics apparatus used only by female gymnasts comprising a pair of parallel bars set at different heights. (also called or asymmetric bars)

  • Unicycle Basketball — a version of Basketball with all competitors riding unicycles. The sport uses a regulation basketball on a regular basketball court with the same rules.

  • Unicycle Handball — competitors ride unicycles and a handball-sized ball, with the aim to throw it into a vertical hoop placed about 6 feet (1.8 m) above the ground.

  • Unicycle Hockey — a team sport, similar to roller or inline hockey, though all competitors are riding a unicycle and using a tennis ball and ice-hockey sticks.

  • Unicycling Racing - a competition which involves racing using a unicycle

  • Unicycle Trials — a form of unicycling which involves participants riding a unicycle over obstacles without any part of the rider touching the ground.

  • Unicycling — sports using a single wheel cycle. Disciplines include Mountain Unicycling, Unicycle Trials, Unicycle Hockey, Unicycle Handball, Unicycle Basketball.

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  • Vajra-mushti — a form of Indian wrestling in which a knuckleduster-like weapon called the Vajra-mushti is employed.

  • Valencian Frontó — modified Valencian Pilota version of the original Basque Pelota game. The players don't stand face-to-face as in the more popular Valencian Pilota but share a common playing area.

  • Valencian Pilota — is a traditional handball sport played in the Valencian Community of Spain. The ball is usually struck with a bare hand in a game involving two teams made from two up to five players each (depending on the particular version played). Unlike the original Basque Pelota, it is not played against a wall. Instead, teams are placed face to face separated either by a line on the ground or a net. Versions include Valencian Frontó.

  • Varpa — an old outdoor game dating back to the Viking Age. It is similar to boules but played with a flat and heavy thrower known as "varpa" instead of balls, once made of shaped stones but nowadays aluminium is more popular.

  • Varzesh-e Bastani — a traditional Iranian martial arts. The sport is practiced in a gymnasium called Zourkhaneh, which is another name by which the sport is known.

  • Varzesh-e Pahlavani — another name for Varzesh-e Bastani.

  • Vault — an artistic gymnastics event for men and women, in which the athlete leaps over a vault or pommel horse, using the hands for pushing off.

  • Vigoro — an Australian sport that combines elements of Cricket and Baseball, mainly played by women. Played on a pitch shorter than for cricket, with a bat with a long handle like a paddle.

  • Vintage Racing — a form of Auto-Racing, with vehicles limited to Vintage types.

  • Volleyball — a game for two teams of six players, in which a large ball is hit by hand over a high net, the aim being to score points by making the ball reach the ground on the opponent's side of the court. See also Beach Volleyball. Similar sports and variations include Throwball, Newcomb Ball.

  • Vovinam — a Vietnamese martial art.

  • Vx — a ball sport from the UK, originally known as Rock-It-Ball. It is played by two teams of five players. The court is roughly the size of a basketball court, with 5 balls in play. Players carry a VstiX for carrying, throwing and catching the ball.

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  • Wakeboarding - riding a board and doing tricks on the wake behind a boat.

  • Wallyball

  • Water basketball

  • Water Polo

  • Water Skiing - riders are pulled along behind a boat skimming atop the water wearing one or two skis

  • Weightlifting

  • Western Pleasure

  • Wheelchair basketball

  • Wheelchair Racing

  • Wheelchair Rugby - a full contact indoor team sport conducted for players with disabilities

  • Wheelchair rugby league

  • Whitewater kayaking (slalom)

  • Wickets - another name for Croquet

  • Wiffleball — a variation of the sport of Baseball designed for indoor or outdoor play in confined areas, using a perforated, light-weight, rubbery plastic ball and a long, plasticyellow) bat.

  • Windsurfing - riding a modified surfboard manoeuvered using a sail on a movable mast

  • Wingsuit Flying - a variety of skydiving, where a person will fly in the air using a special jumpsuit called the wingsuit.

  • Winter Guard

  • Women's lacrosse - a limited-contact version of lacrosse

  • Woodball — a sport where a mallet is used to pass a ball through gates. This game can be played in grass, sand or indoor. See also Beach Woodball.

  • Wood Chopping - participants attempt to cut or saw a log or other types of wood in the quickest time

  • Wrestling — a general term for a combat sport between two competitors involving grappling type techniques. Forms include the Olympic styles of Greco-Roman and Freestyle. There are many regional forms of wrestling, too many to mention, but include Sumo, Yağlı Güreş (Turkish oil wrestling). Variations also include Aquathlon (underwater wrestling), Arm Wrestling.

  • Wushu

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  • Xare — a racket sport, a form of Basque pelota, where players face each other across a net which is strung across the middle of an indoor court.

  • Xingyiquan — is one of the major "internal" styles of Chinese martial arts (possibly not a sport).

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  • Yağlı Güreş — Turkish for Oil Wrestling, also called grease wrestling. This form of wrestling, where the wrestlers cover themselves in oil. It is the national sport of Turkey.

  • Yak polo — a Mongolian variation of the sport Polo played on yaks instead of on horses.

  • Yotsudama — a variation of Four-Ball carom billiards played in East Asia.

  • Yubi Lakpi — a seven-a-side traditional football game with similarities to rugby played in Manipur, India, using a coconut.

  • Yukigassen — a snowball fighting-competition played between two teams with seven players each, originated in Japan.

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  • Zourkhaneh — The Zourkhaneh (house of strength) is the traditional gymnasium where the sport of Varzesh-e Bastani or Pahlavani is practiced. The sport is sometimes known by this name. Alternative spellings are Zurkhaneh, Zorkhana or Zourkhaneh.

  • Zui Quan — The words mean Drunken Fist in Chinese. Also known as Drunken Boxing or Drunkard's Boxing.

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