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    • American football equipment

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    • Artificial turf

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    • Association football equipment

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    • Athletics (track and field) equipment

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    • Badminton equipment

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    • Balls

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    • Climbing equipment

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    • Figure skating equipment

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    • Flying disc

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    • Golf equipment

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    • GPS sports tracking applications

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    • Gymnastics apparatus

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    • Ice hockey equipment

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    • Kick scooters

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    • Roller skating equipment

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    • Sports equipment

    • Sports equipment, called sporting goods where sold, is any object used for sport or exercise. Examples are listed below. The ball is often what a sport requires and revolves around. A sports ball is typically round, but can also be in the shape of a prolate spheroid in the case of a football or a rugby ball. Sports a ... Read »


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    • Equipment manager

    • An equipment manager is an is in charge of equipment used by a business or organization. Their duties include purchasing, maintenance, repair, inventory, transportation, storage, cleaning, and liquidation. They are responsible for providing the proper equipment for the job, either on-site, or off-site. In sports, an eq ... Read »


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    • Aerotrim

    • An aerotrim is a gyroscope large enough to contain a human being, used for cardiovascular workout and equilibrioception (balance) training in pilots and astronauts. Aerotrims enjoyed worldwide popularity in gyms during the 1980s, but are now out of production outside of professional applications. A handful of machines ... Read »


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    • Aquatic timing system

    • Aquatic timing systems are designed to automate the process of timing, judging, and scoring in competitive swimming and other aquatic sports, including diving, water polo, and synchronised swimming. These systems are also used in the training of athletes, and many add-on products have been developed to assist with the ... Read »


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    • Assistive technology and sports

    • Assistive technology and sports is an area of technology design that is growing. Assistive technology is the array of new devices created to enable sports enthusiasts who have disabilities to play. Assistive technology may be used in disabled sports, where an existing sport is modified to enable players with a disabili ... Read »


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    • Automatic scorer

    • An automatic scorer is the computerized scoring system introduced into bowling alleys in the 1970s. The use of automatic scorers took away the task of keeping score by hand. This also introduced new bowlers to the game that otherwise would not participate. Most modern systems not only tally the score of a game, but als ... Read »


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    • Balance board

    • A balance board is a device used as a circus skill, for recreation, balance training, athletic training, brain development, therapy, musical training and other kinds of personal development. It is a lever similar to a see-saw that the user usually stands on, usually with the left and right foot at opposite ends of the ... Read »


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    • Bentley Fortissimo

    • The Bentley Fortissimo tennis racquet of 1972 was the first oversize tennis racquet to be produced and demonstrated publicly. Prior to its introduction, all tennis racquets were much smaller in terms of the stringbed size, measured in square inches. Today, that size, known as standard, is not used by any professional p ... Read »


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    • Boomerang

    • BOOMERanG experiment

      In astronomy and observational cosmology, The BOOMERanG experiment (Balloon Observations Of Millimetric Extragalactic Radiation ANd Geophysics) was an experiment which measured the cosmic microwave background radiation of a part of the sky during three sub-orbital (high-altitude) balloon flights. It was the first exper ... Read »


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    • Cooling vest

    • A cooling vest is a piece of specially made clothing designed to lower or stabilize body temperature and make exposure to warm climates or environments more bearable. Cooling vests are used by many athletes, construction workers, and welders, as well as individuals suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Hypohidrotic Ectode ... Read »


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    • Eye black

    • Eye black is a grease or strip applied under the eyes to reduce glare. It is often used by American football, baseball, and lacrosse players, where sunlight or stadium lights can impair seeing an airborne ball. It is a form of functional makeup. One of the earliest known instances of a player wearing eye black is ... Read »


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    • Field hockey stick

    • In field hockey, each player carries a stick and cannot take part in the game without it. The stick for an adult is usually in the range 89–95 cm (35–38 in) long. A maximum length of 105 cm (41") was stipulated from 2016. The maximum permitted weight is 737 grams.The majority of players use a stick i ... Read »


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    • Flashflight

    • A Flashflight is a flying disc designed to be used for night-time disc games between two or more individuals. The Flashflight differs from traditional discs (including glow-in-the-dark models also intended for nocturnal usage) in that it has a completely enclosed single ultra-high brightness LED and fiber optics design ... Read »


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    • Flexible Flyer

    • Flexible Flyer is a toy and recreational equipment brand, best known for the sled of the same name, a steerable wooden sled with steel runners. Flexible Fliers are flexible both in design and usage. Riders may sit upright on the sled or lie on their stomachs, allowing the possibility to descend a snowy slope feet- ... Read »


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    • Footbag

    • A footbag is both a small, round bag, and the term for the various sports played with one – characterized by controlling the bag by using one's feet. Although often referred to generically as a Hacky Sack, that is the trademarked name of one specific brand. Footbag-like activities have existed for many years. The ... Read »


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    • Glider (sailplane)

    • A sailplane or glider is a type of glider aircraft used in the sport of gliding. Sailplanes are aerodynamically streamlined and are capable of soaring in rising air. Sailplanes (or "sports gliders") benefit from producing the least drag for any given amount of lift, and this is best achieved with long, thin wings, ... Read »


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    • Goal (sport)

    • In sports, a goal is a physical structure or area where an attacking team must send the ball or puck in order to score points. In several sports, a goal is the sole method of scoring, and thus the final score is expressed in the total number of goals scored by each team. In other sports, a goal may be one of several sc ... Read »


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    • Gorilla Gold Grip Enhancer

    • Gorilla Gold Grip Enhancer is a towel used by athletes to improve their grip on sports equipment. The product releases a wax-based substance that repels moisture. It is effective in sports that require good grips, such as American football, baseball, golf, tennis, hockey, and weightlifting. Major League Baseball in 20 ... Read »


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    • Gym floor cover

    • Gym floor covers can either be a carpet-based protection system or is a large plastic tarp, similar to a painters tarp, usually divided into equal sections 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3.0 m) wide each to cover up the entire gym floor. Gym floor covers are available in roll or tile systems.These covers are often used in lar ... Read »


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    • Halteres (ancient Greece)

    • Halteres (Greek: ἁλτῆρες, from "ἅλλομαι" - hallomai, "leap, spring"; cf. "ἅλμα" - halma, "leaping") were a type of dumbbells used in Ancient Greece. In ancient Greek sports, halteres were used as lifting weights, and also as weights in their version of the l ... Read »


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    • Hand sack

    • A hand sack is any sack or similar object, typically made of cloth and filled with sand or a similar material, that is tossed on the back of the hand in a variety of games. Hand sack originates from the lighter game, a game often played on college campuses. Lighter game founded in San Antonio TX circa 1995 at John Mar ... Read »


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    • HangBoard

    • A HangBoard is a device used in the snow sport of hangboarding. HangBoard development began in 2001, invented by Canadian Don Arney. Others involved in the development process were Canadian designer Peter Brooke and American designer Charles Buchwald, and Canadian snowboard and mountain biking champion Everest MacDona ... Read »


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    • Harrod UK

    • Harrod UK Ltd is a British manufacturer of sporting equipment and netting based in Lowestoft, Suffolk. It is a family run business founded in 1954 by the current chairman Ron Harrod, who converted fishing nets in to gardening and agricultural netting. The association with sports began when Harrod UK was approached to p ... Read »


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    • Hockey puck

    • A hockey puck is a disk made of vulcanized rubber that serves the same functions in various games as a ball does in ball games. The best-known use of pucks is in ice hockey, a major international sport. Many tribes throughout North America played a version of field hockey which involved some type of "puck" or ball ... Read »


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    • Hockey stick

    • A hockey stick is a piece of equipment used in field hockey, ice hockey , roller hockey or underwater hockey to move the ball or puck. Field hockey sticks have an end which varies in shape, often depending on the players position. In general there are four main variations on head: The 'shorti' is mainly used by p ... Read »


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    • Hunting weapon

    • Hunting weapons are weapons designed or used primarily for hunting game animals for food or sport, as distinct from defensive weapons or weapons used primarily in warfare. Since human beings are lacking in the natural weapons possessed by other predators, humans have a long history of making tools to overcome this ... Read »


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    • Hurley (stick)

    • A hurley (or camán) is a wooden stick used to hit a sliotar (leather ball) in the Irish sport of hurling. It measures between 45 and 100 cm (18 to 40 inches) long with a flattened, curved end (called the bas) which provides the striking surface. It is also used in camogie, the female equivalent sport. A h ... Read »


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    • Hydrapak

    • Hydrapak LLC

      Hydrapak, founded in 1996, is a California (USA)-based company that manufactures hydration packs, reservoirs, and Sport Water Bottles. The company is headquartered in Oakland, California. In 1996, Bell Sports launched the first pack line under the Blackburn brand name. In 2001, Matt Lyon purchased the company. Hyd ... Read »


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    • Inflatable arch

    • An inflatable arch or air-inflated arch is an inflatable structure that is inflated by an external cold air inflation fan connected to the arch via a tube. Inflatable arches are customarily 10' to 20' high and 15’ to 30’ wide when inflated and often used as entrances to events or as ad space and mile markers ... Read »


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    • Jobe Water Sports

    • Jobe

      Jobe is a water sports brand manufacturing products used for wakeboarding, Boating and Stand Up Paddling. The Jobe headquarters and warehouse are both located in Heerewaarden, Netherlands. Jobe Sports International (JSI) was founded in 1985 and the brand name ‘Jobe’ in 1974 by pro-skier Jeff Jobe. The Br ... Read »


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    • Kick scooter

    • A kick scooter, push scooter or scooter is a human-powered land vehicle with a handlebar, deck and wheels that is propelled by a rider pushing off the ground. The most common scooters today are made of aluminum, titanium and steel. Some kick scooters that are made for younger children have 3 or 4 wheels and are made of ... Read »


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    • Kliek

    • A kliek (pronunciation: cleek) is a heavy curved bat to play kolf with. ... Read »


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    • Lacrosse stick

    • A lacrosse stick or crosse is used to play the sport of lacrosse. Players use the lacrosse stick to handle the ball and to strike or "check" opposing players, causing them to drop the ball. The head of a lacrosse stick is roughly triangular in shape and is strung with loose netting that allows the ball to be caught, ca ... Read »


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    • Mogo Wheelchairs

    • Mogo Wheelchairs is an Australian manufacturer of sporting wheelchairs established by Michael Callahan who competed in wheelchair basketball for Australia at the 1984 Summer Paralympics and 1992 Summer Paralympics. Callahan wasn't able to find suitable chairs for competitive wheelchair basketball, and started buil ... Read »


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    • Nasal strip

    • A nasal strip, external nasal dilator strip or nasal dilator strip is a type of adhesive bandage with embedded plastic ribs or splints that is applied across the bridge of the nose and sides of the nostrils, to assist in keeping the airway open. They are believed to make breathing easier and for that reason are used by ... Read »


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    • National Sporting Goods Association

    • National Sporting Goods Association

      United States The National Sporting Goods Association (NSGA) is a non-profit trade association that provides information to and advocates for the sporting goods industry. NSGA members include retailers, institutional team dealers, wholesalers, manufacturers and industry associates. The National Sporting Goods As ... Read »


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    • Orienteering map

    • An orienteering map is a map specially prepared for use in orienteering competitions. It is a topographic map with extra details to help the competitor navigate through the competition area. These maps are much more detailed than general-purpose topographic maps, and incorporate a standard symbology that is designed t ... Read »


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    • Parachute

    • A parachute is a device used to slow the motion of an object through an atmosphere by creating drag (or in the case of ram-air parachutes, aerodynamic lift). Parachutes are usually made out of light, strong cloth, originally silk, now most commonly nylon. Parachutes often take the shape of a dome, but shapes may vary i ... Read »


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    • Penalty card

    • A penalty card is used in many sports as a means of warning, reprimanding or penalising a player, coach or team official. Penalty cards are most commonly used by referees or umpires to indicate that a player has committed an offense. The referee will hold the card above his or her head while looking or pointing towards ... Read »


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    • Penalty flag

    • The penalty flag (or just "flag") is a yellow cloth used in several field sports including American football and lacrosse by game officials to identify and sometimes mark the location of penalties or infractions that occur during regular play. It is usually wrapped around a weight, such as sand or beans so it can be th ... Read »


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    • Penn Racquet Sports

    • Penn Racquet Sports, Inc. is a subsidiary of Head N.V. that manufactures tennis balls and racquetballs. Penn was founded in 1910 as Pennsylvania Rubber Company of America, Inc. in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. Penn was acquired by Head N.V. in 1999 and is currently headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. In 1910, Penn began man ... Read »


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    • Performance surface

    • A performance surface is a flooring suitable for dance or sport. Performance surfaces are normally laid on top of, or are part of, a sprung floor to produce a complete or sports floor. Dance performance surfaces made of sheet vinyl are also called dance floors and marley floors. They are called marley-type floors fro ... Read »


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    • Pinsetter

    • In bowling, a pinsetter, or pinspotter, was originally a person who manually reset bowling pins to their correct position, cleared fallen pins, and returned bowling balls to players. Probably due to the nature of the work (low-paid, often part-time, manual labor that most frequently took place evenings), many pinsetter ... Read »


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    • Product Architects, Inc.

    • Product Architects Inc. is the parent company of Polar Bottle brand insulated sport water bottles and Half Twist lifestyle bottles. The company is based out of Boulder, Colorado where it assembles and ships all of its products. Robert Heiberger and Judy Amabile founded Product Architects Inc. in 1994. The pair, al ... Read »


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    • Racegun

    • Not to be confused with a starter's pistol A racegun is a type of handgun, shotgun, or rifle that has been modified for accuracy, speed, and reliability. Used primarily in NRA Action Pistol (The Bianchi Cup), United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA)/International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and ... Read »


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    • Racket (sports equipment)

    • A racket or racquet is a sports implement consisting of a handled frame with an open hoop across which a network of strings or catgut is stretched tightly. It is used for striking a ball or shuttlecock in games such as squash, tennis, racquetball, and badminton. Collectively, these games are known as racket sports. Thi ... Read »


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    • Scoreboard

    • A scoreboard is a large board for publicly displaying the score in a game. Most levels of sport from high school and above use at least one scoreboard for keeping score, measuring time, and displaying statistics. Scoreboards in the past used a mechanical clock and numeral cards to display the score. When a point was ma ... Read »


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    • Sled

    • A sled, sledge, or sleigh is a land vehicle with a smooth underside or possessing a separate body supported by two or more smooth, relatively narrow, longitudinal runners that travels by sliding across a surface. Most commonly sleds are used on snow or ice, however in certain cases they may be used on any surfaces, esp ... Read »


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    • Sliotar

    • A sliotar or sliothar (Irish pronunciation: [ʃlʲɪt̪ˠəɾˠ]) is a hard solid sphere slightly larger than a tennis ball, consisting of a cork core covered by two pieces of leather stitched together. Sometimes called a "dust" or "hurling ball", it resembles a baseball with more pronounced stitchin ... Read »


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    • Snauwaert

    • Snauwaert was a classic Belgian tennis racquet brand and manufacturer. It was founded in 1928 by the brothers-in-law Valler Snauwaert and Eugeen Depla. The company went out of business in 1994. Famous tennis players that used Snauwaert include Vitas Gerulaitis, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Miloslav Mečíř, Mikael P ... Read »


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    • Snowskates

    • Snowskates are a type of snow sport equipment intended to allow the user to emulate the actions of ice skating or rollerblading on snow. They were first produced commercially in Germany in the 1930s. Snowskates consist of a pair of flexible ski boots with integrated bases resembling sled runners that are approximately ... Read »


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    • Soccket

    • SOCCKET is a soccer ball that harnesses and stores energy from play for later use as portable power source in resource-poor areas. It is the flagship product of Uncharted Play, Incorporated. Jessica Lin, Julia Silverman, Jessica O. Matthews, Hemali Thakkar, who were at the time undergraduates at Harvard University ... Read »


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    • Soleus Running

    • Soleus Running is a watch company that produces timing devices such as watches and cycling computers that use GPS and heart rate monitors. Its headquarters are located in Austin, Texas. Soleus Running gets its name from the muscle located in the back part of the lower leg called the soleus. It begins right below t ... Read »


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    • Splitboard

    • A splitboard is a snowboard that can be separated into two ski-like parts used with climbing skins to ascend slopes the same way alpine touring or telemark skis are. The two halves can then be connected to form a regular snowboard for descent. When snowboarding originated, it was often prohibited on pistes (establishe ... Read »


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    • Sports engineering

    • Sports engineering is the design and production of sports equipment and facilities using advanced material and technology. Examples are golf balls and artificial turf. There are now college degrees in this branch of engineering and engineers with this speciality may pursue a career in the field. ... Read »


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    • Sports Spat

    • A sports spat is a snug fitting outer sleeve that adapts to fit over cleat shoes worn for sports played on artificial turf fields. It pulls up over the shoe and ankle creating a barrier to keep crumb rubber, sand, and other debris that could cause the athlete discomfort and distraction, out of shoes and socks. It also ... Read »


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    • Sprung floor

    • A sprung floor is a floor that absorbs shocks, giving it a softer feel. Such floors are considered the best available for dance and indoor sports and physical education. They enhance performance and greatly reduce injuries. Modern sprung floors are supported by foam backing or rubber feet, while traditional floors prov ... Read »


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    • Squash ball machine

    • A squash ball machine is a mechanical device that automatically throws out squash balls at different speeds and angles. Its main purpose is to help players to develop their ball hitting technique. The features of squash ball machines are modeled after the rules of squash and the constituency of squash balls. Squa ... Read »


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    • Table tennis racket

    • A basic table tennis racket (has notions of being called a "paddle" or "bat") is used by table tennis players. The table tennis racket is usually made from laminated wood covered with rubber on one or two sides depending on the player's grip. Unlike a conventional "racket", it does not include strings strung across an ... Read »


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    • Technology doping

    • Technology doping is a new term that has been becoming more popular recently in sports. Technology doping is the practice of gaining a competitive advantage using sports equipment. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) considers prohibiting technologies if they are "performance-enhancing" or "being against the spirit of ... Read »


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    • Thumb compass

    • A thumb compass is a type of compass commonly used in orienteering, a sport in which map reading and terrain association are paramount. In cases of homogenous terrain with few distinct features, a bearing between 2 known points on the map may be used. Consequently, most thumb compasses have minimal or no degree marking ... Read »


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    • TiLite

    • TiLite

      TiLite designs and manufactures titanium and aluminum wheelchairs. TiLite specializes in wheelchair customization (a process called TiFit) in which each wheelchair is made to users' exact specifications. One of TiLite’s first models to market was called the “CrossSport”. Since then, TiLite has devel ... Read »


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    • Toboggan

    • A toboggan is a simple sled which is a traditional form of transport used by the Innu and Cree of northern Canada. In modern times, it is used on snow to carry one or more people (often children) down a hill or other slope for recreation. Designs vary from simple, traditional models to modern engineered composites. A ... Read »


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    • Towel tablet

    • A towel tablet is a fibre towel that is compressed into the shape and size of a small tablet. The towel tablet expands when water is added to the tablet. Typically the expanded towel size is approximately 26 cm by 20 cm (10" x 8"). Typical uses are for travel, large events, and other situations where disposable h ... Read »


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    • Transponder timing

    • Transponder timing (also called chip timing or RFID timing) is a technique for measuring performance in sport events. A transponder working on a radio-frequency identification (RFID) basis is attached to the athlete and emits a unique code that is detected by radio receivers located at the strategic points in an event. ... Read »


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    • Triathlon equipment

    • The special needs of triathlon competitions have led to the development of a whole range of specialized clothing and equipment. Typical equipment for a swim includes a cap, goggles and a swimsuit and/or wetsuit. Usually, participants must wear a swim cap provided by the event. For safety reasons, the swim caps are ... Read »


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    • Xiaomi Mi Band

    • Xiaomi Mi Band

      The Xiaomi Mi Band is a wearable fitness tracker produced by Xiaomi. Xiaomi Mi Band was unveiled during a Xiaomi launch event on 22 July 2014. The Mi Band resembles a bracelet in its design, and can be worn on either hand, ankle or around the neck. The band's location can be set using the official Mi Band app call ... Read »


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    • Xiaomi Mi Band 2

    • The Xiaomi Mi Band 2 is a wearable activity tracker produced by Xiaomi. Xiaomi Mi Band 2 was unveiled during a Xiaomi launch event on 2 June 2016. Unlike its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 comes with an OLED screen and a capacitive button. There are no dedicated buttons for initiating a Bluetooth connection. All con ... Read »


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