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    • Sports in art

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    • Association football culture

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    • Australian rules football culture

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    • Baseball culture

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    • Basketball culture

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    • Boxing culture

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    • Cricket culture

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    • Sports-related curses

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    • Drugs in sport

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    • Sports fandom

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    • Gaelic games culture

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    • Haka

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    • Lists of retired numbers

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    • Martial arts culture

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    • Sports memorabilia

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    • Metaphors referring to sport

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    • Nicknames in sports

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    • Olympic culture

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    • Sports paraphernalia

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    • Sports rivalries

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    • Rugby football culture

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    • Sexual orientation and sports

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    • Sports betting

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    • Sports entertainment

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    • Sports drinks

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    • Sports symbols

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    • Sportsmanship

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    • Surf culture

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    • Swimming culture

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    • Tennis culture

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    • Torch relays

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    • Sports-themed toys and games

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    • Sports culture in the United States

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    • Violence in sports

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    • Works about sports

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    • Amateur sports

    • Amateur sports are sports in which participants engage largely or entirely without remuneration. The distinction is made between amateur sporting participants and professional sporting participants, who are financially remunerated for the time they spend playing or training. In the majority of sports which feature prof ... Read »


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    • Anti-jock movement

    • The anti-jock movement is a loosely organized cyber-movement consisting of similarly themed websites, whose goal is to challenge the perceived cultural dominance of institutionalized competitive sports and to raise issues of the perceived detrimental effects of such a dominance. In this regard, the term "jock" is used ... Read »


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    • Athletes for a Cure

    • Athletes for a Cure

      Athletes for a Cure is a fundraising and awareness program of the Prostate Cancer Foundation. The organization assists athletes in their quest to raise money for better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer. Athletes for a Cure was founded in 2006. Athletes for a Cure was founded to create a community of peopl ... Read »


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    • Bad call

    • A "bad call" is an informal term used in sports to describe a referee decision, or "call", that is incorrect or perceived to be incorrect. Bad calls have been associated with all sports involving referees or judges. A bad call is made by a game referee when: Public outcry following a highly visible and questionable c ... Read »


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    • Booing

    • Booing is an act of showing for someone or something, generally an entertainer, by loudly yelling boo! (and holding the "oo" sound) or making other noises of disparagement, such as hissing. People may make hand signs at the entertainer, such as the thumbs down sign. If spectators particularly dislike the performance t ... Read »


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    • Cheerleading

    • Cheerleading ranges from chanting, to intense physical activity for sports team motivation, audience entertainment, or competition based upon organized routines. Competitive routines typically range anywhere from one to three minutes, and contain components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting. Cheerleading ... Read »


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    • Circadian advantage

    • In competitive sport, a circadian advantage is a team's advantage over another by virtue of its relative degree of acclimation to a time zone versus their opponent. While this concept was explored by researchers at Stanford in 1997, and at the University of Massachusetts, the term was coined in 2004 by Dr. W. Chris ... Read »


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    • Contraflow lane reversal

    • Contraflow lane reversal is the altering of the normal flow of traffic, typically on a controlled-access highway (such as a freeway or motorway), to either aid in an emergency evacuation (the most common usage of the term in the United States) or, as part of routine maintenance activities, to facilitate widening or rec ... Read »


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    • Country club

    • A country club is a privately owned club, often with a closed membership, that generally offers both a variety of recreational sports and facilities for dining and entertaining. Typical athletic offerings are golf, tennis, and swimming. A country club is most commonly located in city outskirts or suburbs, and is distin ... Read »


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    • Curtain call

    • A curtain call (often known as a walkdown or a final bow) occurs at the end of a performance when individuals return to the stage to be recognized by the audience for their performance. In musical theatre, the performers typically recognize the orchestra and its conductor at the end of the curtain call. Luciano Pavarot ... Read »


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    • Football card

    • A football card is a type of collectible trading card typically printed on paper stock or card stock that features one or more American football or Canadian football players or other related sports figures. These cards are most often found in the United States and Canada where the sport is popular. Most football cards ... Read »


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    • Gaper-Day

    • Gaper-Day is a mountain tradition that takes place in ski resorts across North America. It is the day when locals can dress in the most ridiculous outfits and pretend to be like their gaper counterparts. Their getup can range from no or very limited clothing (only shorts) to the most retro ski attire there is. It is li ... Read »


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    • Gatorade shower

    • The Gatorade shower, also known as the Gatorade dunk or the Gatorade bath, is an American sports tradition that involves players surreptitiously dumping a cooler full of liquid (most commonly Gatorade mixed with ice) over the head of their coach (or occasionally a high-profile assistant coach, star player, or team owne ... Read »


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    • Goal celebration

    • In association football and ice hockey, a goal celebration is the practice of celebrating the scoring of a goal. The celebration may be performed by the goalscorer (most notably), his or her teammates, the manager or coaching staff and/or the supporters of the team. Whilst referring to the celebration of a goal in gene ... Read »


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    • Groundhopping

    • Groundhopping is a hobby that involves attending matches at as many different stadiums or grounds as possible. Participants are known as groundhoppers, hoppers or travellers. Largely a football-related pastime, groundhopping probably found its origin in football in the 1970s in England. From the late 1980s fans in Germ ... Read »


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    • Haka (sports)

    • A haka is a traditional ancestral war cry, dance or challenge of the Māori people of New Zealand which the New Zealand national rugby union team, the "All Blacks", and a number of other New Zealand national teams perform before their international matches. Some non-New Zealand sports teams have also adopted the haka ... Read »


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    • Helmet Boxing

    • Helmet boxing or Locker Boxing (also called a "Cage Rage," "Buckets," "Helmet fight" or "Helmets and Gloves") is a game played by primarily teenage hockey or lacrosse players in their dressing rooms, basements, or locker rooms. These are generally not supervised by adults. Participants wear helmets and sometimes glove ... Read »


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    • Hooping

    • Hooping (also called hula hooping or hoop dance) generally refers to manipulation of and artistic movement or dancing with a hoop (or hoops). Hoops can be made of metal, wood, or plastic. Hooping combines technical moves and tricks with freestyle or technical dancing. Hooping can be practiced to or performed with music ... Read »


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    • Indianapolis 500 traditions

    • Due to the longevity of the Indianapolis 500, numerous traditions surrounding the race have developed over the years. Traditions include procedures for the running of the race, scheduling, and pre-race and post-race festivities. For many fans, these traditions are an important aspect of the race, and they have often re ... Read »


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    • Jock (stereotype)

    • In Canada and the United States, a jock is a stereotype of an athlete, or more to the point, someone who mainly accesses sports and sports culture, and does not much access or have access to intellectual culture . It is generally attributed mostly to high school and college athletics participants who form a distinct yo ... Read »


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    • J-Setting

    • The word J-Setting is an informal word or slang that means to dance like the legendary Prancing J-Settes, the female dance team of the Jackson State University's Sonic Boom of the South marching band. J-Setting has evolved to also become the name of the style of dance and dance culture that is modeled after the dance ... Read »


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    • Kiss cam

    • The kiss cam is a social game that takes place during arena, stadium and court sporting events in the United States and Canada. It is intended as a light-hearted diversion to the main event during a timeout, television timeout, or similar downtime. A 'kiss cam' camera scans the crowd, and selects a couple, their images ... Read »


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    • List of professional sports

    • This is a list of professional sports – that is, sports (and, more broadly, non-sport games subject to organized competition) that support one or more systems of professional sports players, sportspeople by occupation. Such sports also have a vibrant community of amateur players, from whom the best rise to become ... Read »


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    • List of sports clubs inspired by others

    • This is a list of sports clubs that were created or altered out of inspiration from a visiting team or from a member of the club requesting a change of first name or strip because they were inspired by another club through their performances or conduct. ... Read »


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    • List of sports team names and symbols derived from Greek and Roman antiquity

    • Various sports clubs in Prague, the Czech Republic, have been named after Greek city-state Sparta: ... Read »


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    • Luxury tax (sports)

    • A luxury tax in professional sports is a surcharge put on the aggregate payroll of a team to the extent to which it exceeds a predetermined guideline level set by the league. The ostensible purpose of this "tax" is to prevent teams in major markets with high incomes from signing almost all of the more talented players ... Read »


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    • Misogyny in sports

    • Misogyny in sports refers to different discourses, actions and ideologies present in various sporting environments that add, reinforce, or normalize the objectification, degrading, shaming, or absence of women. It can range from limiting women's participation to informal reinforcement of the men's status, by comparing ... Read »


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    • Moral victory

    • A moral victory occurs when a person, team, army or other group loses a confrontation, and yet achieves some other moral gain. This gain might be unrelated to the confrontation in question, and the gain is often considerably less than what would have been accomplished if an actual victory had been achieved. For exampl ... Read »


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    • Music at sporting events

    • The use of music at sporting events is a practice that is thousands of years old, but has recently had a resurgence as a noted phenomenon. Some sports have specific traditions with respect to pieces of music played at particular intervals. Others have made the presentation of music very specific to the team—even t ... Read »


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    • Nude recreation

    • Nude recreation refers to recreational activities which some people engage in the nude. Such activities can take place in private spaces, such as in a person's own property or in a naturist context, but also in public areas. Activities in which people engage in the nude include hiking, running (in some contexts this is ... Read »


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    • Nudity in sport

    • Nudity in sport is the custom of taking part in sporting activity while nude. Being clothed is a matter of modesty and in some instances protection for the athlete. It was a norm in Ancient Greece for athletes to exercise and compete in the nude. Today, it is a social custom in most parts of the world for athletes to ... Read »


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    • Pep rally

    • Pep rallies or pep assemblies are a gathering of people, typically students of middle school, high school, and college age, before a sports event. The purpose of such a gathering is to encourage school spirit and to support members of the team for which the rally is being thrown. The pep rallies are often very loud and ... Read »


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    • Philosophy of sport

    • Philosophy of sport is an area of philosophy that seeks to conceptually analyze issues of sport as human activity. These issues cover many areas, but fall primarily into five philosophical categories: metaphysics, ethics and moral philosophy, philosophy of law, political philosophy, and aesthetics. The philosophical pe ... Read »


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    • Pitch invasion

    • A pitch invasion (known as a field invasion, rushing the field or storming the field in the United States) occurs when an individual or a crowd of people watching a sporting event run onto the playing area to celebrate or protest an incident. Pitch invasions may involve individual people or capacity crowds. Charges can ... Read »


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    • Pregaming

    • Pregaming (also pre-drinking or pre-loading) is the process of getting drunk prior to going out socializing, typically done by college students and young adults in the United States and Europe, in a manner as cost-efficient as possible, with hard liquor and cheap beer consumed while in small groups. Although pregaming ... Read »


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    • Professional sports

    • Professional sports, as opposed to amateur sports, are sports in which athletes receive payment for their performance. Professional athleticism has come to the fore through a combination of developments. Mass media and increased leisure have brought larger audiences, so that sports organizations or teams can command la ... Read »


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    • Programme (booklet)

    • A programme or program is a booklet available for patrons attending a live event such as theatre performances, fêtes, sports events, etc. It is a printed leaflet outlining the parts of the event scheduled to take place, principal performers and background information. In the case of theatrical performances, the term ... Read »


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    • Race and sports

    • Issues related to race and sports have been examined by scholars for a long time. Among these issues are racial discrimination in sports as well as the observation that there are overrepresentations and underrepresentations of different races in different sports. Various individuals, including scholars and sportsw ... Read »


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    • Race clock

    • A race clock (also called a display clock) is sports equipment with an alpha numeric display that typically shows the elapsed time for a race or sporting event. A race clock may be positioned at the finish line of a race or at various key intermediate locations (split points) so that athletes will know their pace. The ... Read »


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    • Racism in sport

    • Racism in sports happens. This is seen this in the NFL and other modern sports. Sport can raise awareness that adheres to the nation of fair play. The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) released a report claiming that racial abuse and vilification is commonplace in Australian sport. The followi ... Read »


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    • Retired number

    • Retiring the number of an athlete is an honor a team bestows upon a player, usually after the player has left the team, retires from the sport or dies. Once a number is retired, no future player from the team may wear that number on their uniform, unless the player so-honored permits it; however, in many cases the numb ... Read »


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    • Revival (sports team)

    • In sports, the term revival is an informal term used to indicate that a new club or franchise is using a name and/or colours of a previously active team. The previously active team may be defunct, temporarily suspended or may have transferred its operations to another city. The new team may be a new team or franchise, ... Read »


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    • List of sports rivalries

    • A sports rivalry is intense competition between athletic teams or athletes. This pressure of competition is felt by players, coaches, and management, but is perhaps felt strongest by the fans. The intensity of the rivalry varies from a friendly competition on one end to serious violence on the other that, in one case ( ... Read »


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    • Salary cap

    • In professional sports, a salary cap (or wage cap) is an agreement or rule that places a limit on the amount of money that a team can spend on players' salaries. It exists as a per-player limit or a total limit for the team's roster, or both. Several sports leagues have implemented salary caps, both as a method of keep ... Read »


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    • Shorts

    • Shorts are a garment worn by both men and women over their pelvic area, circling the waist and splitting to cover the upper part of the legs, sometimes extending down to the knees but not covering the entire length of the leg. They are called "shorts" because they are a shortened version of trousers, which cover the en ... Read »


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    • Sked

    • Sked is shortened version of the word schedule. It can refer to a flight schedule, a baseball schedule, or any other type of schedule. In the context of amateur radio a sked is a pre-arranged or scheduled contact between ham radio operators. A sked is a pocket-sized bifold or trifold schedule about the size of a baseb ... Read »


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    • Skull and crossbones (fraternities and sports)

    • The skull and crossbones was a common fraternal motif as a symbol of mortality and warning in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The symbol was adopted, for various reasons, by many sporting teams, clubs and societies in both America and Europe. The skull and crossbones motif was used by many American ... Read »


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    • Social influences on fitness behavior

    • Physical fitness is maintained by a range of physical activities. Physical activity is defined by the World Health Organization as "any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure." Human factors and social influences are important in starting and maintaining such activities. Social en ... Read »


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    • Social recognition of eSports as a form of legitimate sports

    • The emergence of eSports is a 21st-century phenomena, which inevitably has its impacts on the perception of traditional sports. On the ground that eSports and traditional sports take part in an entirely different medium, many people question the legitimacy of sports. ESports, usually among professional gamers, ref ... Read »


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    • Sociology of sport

    • Sociology of sport, alternately referred to as sports sociology, is a sub-discipline of sociology which focuses on sports as social phenomena. It is an area of study concerned with various socio-cultural structures, patterns, and organizations or groups involved with sport. There are many perspectives through which sp ... Read »


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    • Spectator sport

    • A spectator sport is a sport that is characterized by the presence of spectators, or watchers, at its competitions. Spectator sports may be professional sports or amateur sports. They often are distinguished from participant sports, which are more recreational. Most popular sports are both spectator and participant, f ... Read »


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    • Sporting man culture

    • The sporting man culture involves men leading hedonistic lifestyles that included keeping mistresses as well excessive eating, drinking, smoking, gambling, and big game hunting. It is applied to a large group of middle- and upper-class men in the mid-19th century, most often in Great Britain and the United States. The ... Read »


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    • Sports card

    • A trading card (or collectible card) is a small card, usually made out of paperboard or thick paper, which usually contains an image of a certain person, place or thing (fictional or real) and a short description of the picture, along with other text (attacks, statistics, or trivia). There is a wide variation of differ ... Read »


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    • Sports memorabilia

    • The term sports memorabilia usually refers to a souvenir, memento, keepsake or token of remembrance that is directly connected to a famous athlete, sporting event or personality. These items are generally collected by fans that find sentimental and/ or monetary value of the item(s). There is no set parameter regarding ... Read »


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    • Sportsmanship

    • Sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for , ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with one's competitors. A "sore loser" refers to one who does not take defeat well, whereas a "good sport" means being a "good winner" as well as ... Read »


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    • Stadium anthem

    • Stadium anthems or sports anthems or arena anthems are a musical genre identifying songs that are played over the public address systems at stadiums and arenas during breaks in the action to rally the fans. Unlike college fight songs, most stadium anthems were not written primarily for use at sports events, though comp ... Read »


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    • Tailgate party

    • A tailgate party is a social event held on and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Tailgating, which originated in the United States, often involves consuming alcoholic beverages and grilling food. Tailgate parties occur in the parking lots at stadiums and arenas, before and occasionally after games and concerts. Pe ... Read »


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    • Tobacco usage in sport

    • Tobacco usage in sport is a well documented and publicised occurrence. Tobacco advertising has connected itself to sports both for the connotations of health that sports provide, as well as the marketing potential of famous athletes. Additionally, tobacco has played a role in the sport of baseball specifically and has ... Read »


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    • Sports tourism

    • Sports tourism refers to travel which involves either observing or participating in a sporting event staying apart from their usual environment. Sport tourism is a fast-growing sector of the global travel industry and equates to $7.68 billion. There are several classifications on sport tourism. Gammon and Robinson ... Read »


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    • Trash-talk

    • Trash-talk is a form of insult usually found in sports events and insulting people. It is often used to intimidate the opposition, but can also be used in a humorous spirit. Trash-talk is often characterized by use of hyperbole or figurative language, such as, "Your team can't run! You run like honey on ice!" Puns an ... Read »


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    • Unsportsmanlike conduct

    • Unsportsmanlike conduct (also called unsporting behaviour or ungentlemanly conduct) is a foul or offense in many sports that violates the sport's generally accepted rules of sportsmanship and participant conduct. Examples include verbal abuse or taunting of an opponent, an excessive celebration following a scoring play ... Read »


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    • Victory dance (sports)

    • A victory jig or victory dance is a celebration of a victory or success with a dance, shuffle or body movement. It is most commonly used in sports. The term can be used approvingly or abusively. A victory jig can be engaged in as a genuine celebration or as a means to humiliate or taunt an opponent. ... Read »


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    • Violence in sports

    • Violence in sports refers to physical acts committed in contact sports such as American football, ice hockey, rugby football, lacrosse, association football, boxing, mixed martial arts, wrestling, and water polo beyond the normal levels of contact expected while playing the sport. These acts of violence can include int ... Read »


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