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Roller skating
Roller skating is travelling on smooth terrain with roller skates. It is often done for recreation and as a sport, and, more often than ice skating, it can be done as a form of transportation. Skates generally come in two basic varieties:...
Ice skate
Ice skates are boots with blades attached to the bottom, used in ice skating to propel oneself across ice surfaces. A clap skate (or clapper skate) is a type of skate where the shoe is connected to the blade using a hinge. The...
Ice skate
Ice skates are boots with blades attached to the bottom, used in ice skating to propel oneself across ice surfaces. A clap skate (or clapper skate) is a type of skate where the shoe is connected to the blade using a hinge. The...
Ice skate
Ice skates are boots with blades attached to the bottom, used in ice skating to propel oneself across ice surfaces. A clap skate (or clapper skate) is a type of skate where the shoe is connected to the blade using a hinge. The...
Ice skate
Ice skates are boots with blades attached to the bottom, used in ice skating to propel oneself across ice surfaces. A clap skate (or clapper skate) is a type of skate where the shoe is connected to the blade using a hinge. The...
Ice hockey
Ice hockey, known simply as hockey in Canada and the United States, is a team sport played on ice. It is one of the world's fastest sports, with players on skates capable of going high speeds on natural or artificial ice surfaces. The...
Roller hockey
Roller hockey is a category which includes two rollersports. One rollersport is called Inline hockey, sometimes called Roller Hockey, derived from and very similar to ice hockey using inline skates instead of ice skates. The other...
Floorball
Floorball is an indoor team sport played using composite sticks with a plastic vented blade where the aim is to put a high density plastic ball into the opponent's goal. Floorball is most popular in Sweden, Finland and Switzerland, and...
Xare
Xare is racquet sport, a form of Basque pelota. The racquet (called an Argentine racquet) is made of a hoop in hazel or chestnut wood, and is somewhat loosely strung—the ball is not exactly struck, nor is it quite caught—the effect is...
Trinquete
A trinquete (also trinquet) is a special court for various indoor versions of pelota. It has some of the characterist features of a real tennis court, probably because many real tennis courts were converted to trinquetes in the nineteenth...
Jai alai
Jai-Alai (pronounced Hi-Lie in English and hi-ah-lie in Basque) means "Merry Festival" in the Basque language. The term is used to denote a fronton (or open-walled arena) used to play a variety of Pelota called Cesta Punta, and, more...
Frontenis
Frontenis is a variation on the game of Jai Alai and found primarily in rural Mexico. It is played on a three-walled court, with the fourth wall made of netting and open to the "audience." Instead of a cesta, a regular tennis racquet...
Broomball
Broomball is a popular recreational ice sport often thought to have originated in Canada and is played in many countries around the world. It is played on a hockey rink, either indoors or outdoors, depending on climate and location. ...
Pilota
Pilota in Basque and Catalan, pelota in Spanish, or pelote in French (from Latin pila) is a name for a variety of court sports played with a ball using one's hand, a racket, a wooden bat (pala), or a basket propulsor, against a wall...
Volleyball
Volleyball is one of the most popular sports in the world. Two teams, separated by a high net, hit a ball back and forth over the net between the teams. Every team is allowed three hits to get the ball over the net to the other team. A...
Beach volleyball
Beach volleyball has evolved from the popular social games of volleyball played on many beaches around the world. This version, rather than being played on indoor hard courts, is played on sand courts, which are either formed naturally or...
Table tennis
Table tennis has its origins in England as an after dinner amusement for upper class Victorians in the 1880s. Mimicking the game of tennis in an indoor environment, everyday objects were originally enlisted to act as the equipment. A line...
Ironman Triathlon
The IRONMAN TRIATHLON® is an annual event held in the US state of Hawaii and featuring three endurance events: swimming, biking, and running. It is based in Kailua Kona, Hawaii and involves a 2.4 mile (3.86 kilometer) swim (across Kailua...
Triathlon
A triathlon is an athletic event made up of three contests (from the Greek). In contemporary usage, the name triathlon is mostly applied to a combination of swimming, cycling and running, in that order. In most modern triathlons, these...
Cyclo-cross
Cyclo-cross (sometimes CX or Cyclo-X) is a form of bicycle racing. Races take place typically in the autumn and winter (the international or "World Cup" season is September-January), and consists of many laps of a short (2–3 km) course...
Bunny hop (cycling)
In cycling, particularly BMX and mountain biking, the bunny hop is a bike trick that involves the rider lifting the bike over an obstacle while remaining on the bike and in motion. An experienced rider can lift their bike in excess of ½ a...
Mountain bike racing
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) recognised the sport of mountain bike racing relatively late in 1990, when it sanctioned the world championships in Purgatory, Colorado. The first mountain biking world cup series took place in...
Bicycle racing
Bicycle racing encompasses many forms in which bicycles are used for competition. Bicycle racing includes Road bicycle racing, cyclo-cross, Mountain bike racing, track cycling, BMX racing and Bike trials, cycle speedway, and Skid Kids. ...
Bicycle polo
Bicycle Polo was invented in Ireland in 1891 and emulates the game of regular polo. It was revived in 1930 under a consolidated regulatory body known as the Bicycle Polo Association (BPA). At that time, it was composed of 17 leagues in...
Tennis
Tennis is a racquet sport played between either two players ("singles") or two teams of two players ("doubles"). Player(s) use a stringed racquet to strike a hollow rubber ball covered in felt over a net into the opponent's court. In some...
Hit the Bat
Hit the Bat is a street game related to baseball. The equipment consists of only a baseball bat and a tennis ball. The players consist of a single batter and any number of fielders. The batter begins play by tossing the ball into the air...
Frisbee
While the word Frisbee is a registered trademark of the Wham-O toy company, the term is often used generically to describe flying discs similar to those made by the company. They are generally plastic, roughly 20 to 25 centimeters (8–10...
Kickball
Kickball is a playground game and also a competitive league game, similar to baseball, invented in the United States in about 1942. American World War II correspondant, Ernie Pyle, reported it being played by U.S. soldiers during the...
Chinese handball
Chinese Handball (aka Ace, King, Queen) is the common name for "Slugs", a form of American handball played on the streets of New York City in the 1960s and 70s. Similar to one-wall handball with an opposite twist (Chinese), a server,...
Gaelic handball
Handball (also known as Irish/Gaelic handball, court handball or wall handball) is a sport similar to racquetball and squash. The game may be played with two, three, or four players. The important difference between it and racquetball and...
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