OoThe following is a list of sports, divided by category. There may be many more sports to be added. Some sports may fit in more than one category: they may be listed in all appropriate categories.

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Adventure Edit

Air sportsEdit

Animal sports Edit

Athletics (track and field) Edit

Boardsports Edit

Sports that are played with some sort of board as the primary equipment.

Combat sports Edit

Generally sports in which athletes fight or combat each other, usually one-on-one.

Court sports Edit

Other than Racquet sports

Cycling Edit

Sports using bicycles or unicycles.

Endurance sports Edit

Entertainment sports Edit

Extreme Sports Edit

sport featuring speed, height, danger, a high level of physical exertion, highly specialized gear, or spectacular stunts.

Gymnastics Edit

Miscellaneous Edit

Motor Vehicle racing Edit

Multiple sports Edit

Racquet (or racket) sports Edit

Sports where a player use a racquet (or racket) to hit a ball or other objects.

Skating sports Edit

Skiing or Snowboard sports Edit

Sled sports Edit

Strength sports Edit

Sports mainly based on sheer power.

Table sportsEdit

Target sports Edit

Sports where the main objective is to hit a certain target.

Team sports Edit

Sports that involve teams.

Towing sports Edit

Sports that include a vehicle that tows the rider:

Water sports Edit

Sports that are played in, on or near the water: (see List of water sports)

canoe polo

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit


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