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    • 120 Sports

    • 120 Sports is an internet television service, operated as a joint venture between Time Inc., Silver Chalice, MLB Advanced Media, and the National Hockey League. The service produces and streams sports news and highlight content catered towards digital platforms and a young adult audience 120 Sports was announced on Fe ... Read »


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    • 2014 FILA Wrestling World Cup - Women's freestyle


    • 2017 Central American Games

    • 2017 Central American Games

      The 2017 Central American Games, the XI edition of the Central American Games, will be hosted in Managua, Nicaragua during 3-17 December 2017. In addition, four sports that are not part of the Olympic schedule will be included: ... Read »


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    • 2017 European Youth Summer Olympic Festival

    • 2017 European Youth
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      The 2017 European Youth Summer Olympic Festival was held in Győr, Hungary, between 23 July and 30 July 2017. Note, 12 teams without medals are: Hugoo the rooster will be the mascot for this edition of European Youth Summer Olympic Festival. Rooster was chosen as the mascot based on the local legend of the Iron ... Read »


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    • America's Cup (rugby league)


    • Aquabike

    • Aquabiking, also called aqua cycling, is an underwater spinning workout. Individuals seat on a bike in a swimming pool and pedal in order to work out. The popularity of this water workout is spreading throughout and into the United States. Aquabiking is similar to traditional spinning classes that take place on land ... Read »


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    • Assault course

    • An assault course (also called trim trail) is a special sort of trail that combines running and exercising. It was more popular in the 1970s than it is now. It is heavily used in military training. The prime use is to evaluate progress and weaknesses within the team involved. Assault courses are used in military t ... Read »


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    • Attacker

    • In some team sports, an attacker is a specific type of player, usually involved in aggressive play. Heavy attackers are, usually, placed up front: their goal is to score the most possible points for the team. In association football, attackers are also referred to as strikers. ... Read »


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    • Balloon (game)

    • Balloon, balloon-ball or wind-ball was a game similar to the modern game of volleyball in which a leather ball would be batted by the fist or forearm to prevent it from touching the ground. The game was played in ancient Rome where it was known as follis— the Latin word for a leather bag. Such a ball made of leath ... Read »


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    • Balonpesado

    • The balonpesado is a team sport, devised for both open field as closed, in which two sets of five players each try to score goals within circles drawn on the ground of each end of the field. It remains as the only team sport which is indigenous to Colombia. The balonpesado, initially called "Balón Mano Pesado" (Hea ... Read »


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    • Beach Volleyball Database

    • Beach Volleyball Database

      The Beach Volleyball Database is an online website that holds extensive information about international beach volleyball players, tournaments and history. News are frequently updated, and the site has results for continental and international tournaments. It is the only website of its kind in the sport of beach volleyb ... Read »


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    • Becoacht.com

    • becoacht.com

      becoacht is an online platform for sports coaching where users can search, select and book private and public sports courses with professional coaches from a variety of sporting disciplines. The Germany-based enterprise has received strong media coverage within the German sports community as the first to adapt Airbnb's ... Read »


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    • Beer league

    • Beer league

      Artie Lange's Beer League (also known simply as Beer League) is a 2006 American comedy film written, produced, and starring Artie Lange. It was released in select theaters on September 15, 2006 in the New Jersey, New York, Cleveland, and Philadelphia areas. The DVD was released on January 2, 2007. Beer League is a ... Read »


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    • Belt-sander racing

    • Belt-sander racing is the practice of racing belt sanders competitively. Belt sanders were one of the first power tools used in the growing field of power tool drag racing wherein a pair of stock or modified belt sanders are placed in parallel wooden channels and fitted with long extension cords. Each heat begins when ... Read »


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    • Benefit (sports)

    • A benefit is a match or season of activities granted by a sporting body to a loyal sportsman to boost their income before retirement. Often this is in the form of a match for which all the ticket proceeds are given to the player in question. However hosting one of these matches is a risk for the player in question as h ... Read »


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    • Biathle

    • Biathle or Modern biathlon is a sub-sport of modern pentathlon invented to create opportunities for training the run and swim parts of pentathlon in real race conditions. It is a sport in its own right. It bears close resemblance to aquathlon which also contains swimming and running but comes from triathlon sport. ... Read »


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    • Blood replacement

    • In both rugby union and rugby league, a blood replacement (also referred to as a blood substitution or blood bin) is a special kind of substitution which can be used in the case of a player having to leave the field of play temporarily to have a wound attended to. Both rugby union and rugby league are physically demand ... Read »


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    • Blue chip (sports)

    • Blue chips are athletes, particularly high school players, targeted for drafting or signing by teams at the college level. Collegiate players being scouted by professional franchises may also be referred to as blue chips. Blue chip players are those who have proven themselves to be among the best at their positions in ... Read »


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    • Box score

    • A box score is a structured summary of the results from a sport competition. The box score lists the game score as well as individual and team achievements in the game. Among the sports in which box scores are common are baseball, basketball, football and hockey. ... Read »


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    • Celeste Brown (ice hockey)

    • Celeste Brown (ice hockey)

      Celeste Brown (born May 29, 1992) is an American professional ice hockey player for the Connecticut Whale of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL). Brown previously played for the New York Riveters during the 2015/16 NWHL season. During college, Brown played for the Rochester Institute of Technology women's ice ho ... Read »


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    • BWC: British Wrestling Round-Up

    • BWC: British Wrestling Round-Up was a spin-off series to Wrestle Talk TV. The show aired on Sundays at 11:30pm once a month (originally fortnightly) on Challenge in the United Kingdom. It was hosted by Dave Bradshaw, but it was first presented by Lisa Carrodus. It was originally a round-up of various wrestling matches ... Read »


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    • Cadence (gait)

    • Cadence in sports involving running is the total number of 'revolutions per minute' (RPM), or number of full cycles taken within a minute, by the pair of feet, and is used as a measure of athletic performance. It is very similar in respect to cadence in cycling, however it is often overlooked in its importance in the s ... Read »


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    • Captain (sports)

    • In team sports, captain is a title given to a member of the team. The title is frequently honorary, but in some cases the captain may have significant responsibility for strategy and teamwork while the game is in progress on the field. In either case, it is a position that indicates honor and respect from one's teammat ... Read »


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    • Challenge (competition)

    • A challenge is a request made to the holder of a competitive title for a match between champion and challenger, the winner of which will acquire or retain the title. In some cases the champion has the right to refuse a challenge; in others, this results in forfeiting the title. The challenge system derives from duellin ... Read »


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    • Charge (fanfare)

    • "Charge" is a short fanfare frequently played at sporting events.  Play  It was written by Tommy Walker while a junior at the University of Southern California in the fall of 1946. The fanfare consists of six notes followed by rooters shouting, "Charge!" Occasionally, the fanfare is repeated one or more times ... Read »


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    • Charity runner

    • A charity runner is a participant in a road race, usually of half marathon or marathon distance, who raise money or awareness for an established 501(c) organization. For more elite marathons, such as the World Marathon Majors, runners who are unable to obtain a qualifying time for their gender and age group can gain en ... Read »


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    • Cherry pit spitting

    • Cherry pit spitting is the act of spitting, or ejecting, the pit (the seed) of a cherry from one's mouth with great speed so as to send the pit a great distance. Spitting cherry pits is an amateur sport; there are no known professional leagues of cherry spitters, though this may change if enough people begin participat ... Read »


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    • Ciudad Deportiva del Granada CF

    • The Ciudad Deportiva del Granada CF, is the training ground of the Spanish football club Granada CF, located in Granada, Spain. It occupies an area of 75,535 m². The 1st phase of the training centre occupying an area of 47,833m², was completed earlier in 2015. The 2nd phase will occupy an area of 27,702 m². T ... Read »


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    • Ckv DVO

    • ckv DVO (christelijke korfbal vereninging Door Vriendschap Omhoog) is a Dutch korfball club located in Bennekom, Netherlands. The club was founded in 1946 and they play their home games in the DVO-hal. The team plays in green shirts and white shorts / skirts. DVO joined the Korfbal League in the 2010/11 season and ... Read »


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    • Cliff jumping

    • Cliff jumping is jumping off a cliff as a form of sport. When done without equipment, it may be also known as tombstoning. It forms part of the sport of coastal exploration or "coasteering". When performed with a parachute, it is known as BASE jumping. ... Read »


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    • Cloud swing

    • The cloud swing (not to be confused with the Mexican cloud swing) is an aerial act that usually combines static and swinging trapeze skills, drops, holds and rebound lifts. The apparatus itself is a soft rope about 25-30mm thick. It can be made from a single rope, or from a cotton-filled sheath. On its simplest level ... Read »


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    • Club seating

    • Club-level seating is a special section of seating in modern sports stadiums and arenas. The club level is usually located towards the middle of the stage of seating sections, above the lower deck but below the upper deck. They are usually situated near the luxury boxes, whether right above, right below, or sandwiched ... Read »


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    • Coach's box


    • Coaching staff

    • The coaching staff is a group of non-athletes tied to a sports team. It is led by a head coach (known as a manager or senior coach in some sports), and consists of at least one assistant coach (usually two or more assistants), together with other members such as doctors, massage therapists, trainers, and equipment mana ... Read »


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    • Coast Valley League

    • The Coast Valley League is a high school athletic league that is part of the CIF Southern Section. Members are located in San Luis Obispo County. ... Read »


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    • Cockbain

    • Cockbain is a surname shared by Australia's rugby-playing brothers, of which Matt is the oldest: It is also the surname shared by the English cricket-playing father and son: ... Read »


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    • College Football News

    • College Football News

      College Football News (CFN) is a magazine and website published by College Football News, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. News coverage includes scores, statistics, rankings, and reports on college football games. Analysis includes comparisons between teams, predictions of game outcomes and high-school recrui ... Read »


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    • Colombia men's national squash team


    • Columbia College Koalas

    • The Columbia College Koalas are the athletic teams for Columbia College, a women's liberal arts institution in Columbia, South Carolina. The university is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in Appalachian Athletic Conference. In addition, the school is a member ... Read »


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    • Combat football

    • Combat Football is a full team sport similar to other football games such as Rugby, but is distinguished by its emphasis on violence. The object of the game is to get the ball into the opposing team's goal through "any means short of an actionable felony." It was invented by South Korean border guards at the DMZ to kee ... Read »


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    • Cook Islands Rugby League Association

    • Cook Islands Rugby League Association

      The Cook Islands Rugby League Association are the governing body for rugby league in Cook Islands. They are based in the capital Apia, the League has suffered financially due to member leagues not paying affiliation fees. They were founded in 1949 and have been members of the Rugby League International Federation ... Read »


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    • 1967 Copa Libertadores Finals


    • 1969 Copa Libertadores Finals


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    • 1971 Copa Libertadores Finals

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    • Crest (sports)

    • In sport, a crest is a logo used by a sports club. The logos of many clubs are inspired by heraldic design. In Scotland, the Court of the Lord Lyon has forbidden the use of some football crests due to them being to closely resembling existing coats of arms. ... Read »


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    • Cross triathlon

    • Cross triathlon, or Off-road triathlon, is a form of triathlon, or three-stage race, consisting of a swim stage, mountain-biking stage, and a trail-running stage. Cross triathlons are distinguished from conventional triathlons in that the terrain for the cycling and running stages are generally unpaved, rough, and hil ... Read »


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    • Cross-training

    • Cross-training is athletic training in sports other than the athlete's usual sport. The goal is improving overall performance. It takes advantage of the particular effectiveness of one training method to negate the shortcomings of another. Cross-training in sports and fitness involves combining exercises to work v ... Read »


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    • Crowd abuse

    • Crowd abuse or barracking refers to the widespread practice of crowds following various sports to criticise or abuse opponents, by shouting, chanting, singing or through the use of banners in the stadium. Motivation for crowd abuse includes gaining a psychological advantage over an opponent, either individually or as a ... Read »


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    • Dadra and Nagar Haveli Cricket Association

    • Dadra and Nagar Haveli Cricket Association

      Dadra and Nagar Haveli Cricket Association is the governing body of the Cricket activities in the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli in India and the Dadra and Nagar Haveli cricket team. It is not affiliated to the Board of Control for Cricket in India. However it is affiliated to Gujarat Cricket Association as ... Read »


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    • Dalto (Driebergen)

    • Dalto (De Aanval Leidt Tot Overwinning) is a Dutch korfball club located in Driebergen, Netherlands. The club was founded on 1 April 1953 and they play their home games in sport accommodation Hoenderdaal. The team plays yellow shirts and black shorts / skirts. Dalto has been a founding member of Korfbal League and ... Read »


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    • Daman and Diu Cricket Association

    • Daman and Diu Cricket Association

      Daman and Diu Cricket Association is the governing body of the Cricket activities in the Union Territory of Daman and Diu in India and the Daman and Diu cricket team. It is not affiliated to the Board of Control for Cricket in India. However it is affiliated to Gujarat Cricket Association as a District Association. ... Read »


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    • Dead rubber

    • Dead rubber is a term used in sporting parlance to describe a match in a series where the series result has already been decided by earlier matches. The dead rubber match therefore has no effect on the winner and loser of the series, other than the number of matches won and lost. The term is widely used in Davis Cup a ... Read »


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    • Detweiller Park course

    • The Detweiller Park course is where IHSA Cross Country State Meets are run over a 3-mile course over a broad, fairly flat field at Detweiller Park, north of Peoria, Illinois. The course starts slightly downhill from the south edge of the park. The runners then make one nearly complete circuit of the field, ducking tho ... Read »


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    • Dice stacking

    • Dice stacking is a performance art, akin to juggling or sleight-of-hand, in which the performer scoops dice off a flat surface with a dice cup and then sets the cup down while moving it in a pattern that stacks the dice into a vertical column via centripetal force and inertia. Various dice arrangements, colors of dice, ... Read »


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    • Double Full

    • The Double Full is a trampoline move that comprises a single (normally straight) back somersault with two full twists. This move also may be executed on the ground in rapid succession as part of a cheerleading/gymnastics/acrobatics routine. Compared to a full back (full twisting back somersault), a double full is a mo ... Read »


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    • Double road race

    • Double road race

      The Double Road Race is a long-distance road running competition consisting of two segments or "legs" – a 10-kilometer road run, followed by a five-kilometer road run, with a short rest break in between. The Double Road Race Federation added additional distances in August 2014. Other official distances for Double ... Read »


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    • Double-up

    • A double-up is a wakeboarding maneuver where a boat executes a 270 degree turn with the purpose of crossing its own wake. The size of the resulting wake is often double the size of the original wake. A properly executed double-up can result in big air for the rider. ... Read »


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    • Drexel Dragons wrestling

    • Drexel Dragons wrestling

      The Drexel Dragons wrestling team represents collegiate wrestling at Drexel University. The team currently competes in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and hold home matches at the Daskalakis Athletic Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylva ... Read »


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    • Duck on a Rock

    • Duck on a Rock is a medieval children’s game. Duck on a Rock is a game that combined tag and marksmanship. It is played by placing a somewhat large stone (known as a "duck") upon a larger stone or a tree stump. One player stays near the stone to guard it. The other players throw stones at the duck in an attem ... Read »


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    • Dynamo Alma-Ata

    • Dynamo Alma-Ata (Russian: Динамо Алма-Ата) was a multi-sports club from the then capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty in the Soviet era. The club participated in wrestling, gymnastics, athletics, water polo, bandy and the most successful branch hockey. Several players combined bandy in t ... Read »


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    • Ear pull

    • The ear pull is a traditional Inuit game or sport which tests the competitors' ability to endure pain, and also strength. In the ear pull, two competitors sit facing each other, their legs straddled and interlocked. A two-foot-long loop of string, similar to a thick, waxed dental floss, is looped behind their ears, con ... Read »


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    • East Java Development Basketball League

    • Developmental Basketball League (DBL), previously named DetEksi Basketball League, is a basketball league for middle and high school students in Indonesia. DBL began in Surabaya in 2004. The league originated as a simple high school league. A total of 96 teams joined in the first season, from cities throughout Ea ... Read »


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    • Eddie Bravo Invitational (EBI)

    • The Eddie Bravo Invitational (EBI) is an invitational 16-man tournament, featuring submission-only (non-striking) grappling. Combat Jiu Jitsu, which does allow palm strikes, was added for EBI 11. The event and its rule-set were founded by Eddie Bravo. ... Read »


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    • Elephant polo

    • Elephant polo is a variant of polo played while riding elephants. It is played in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Rajasthan (India), and Thailand. England and Scotland regularly field teams. Equipment consists of a standard polo ball and six to ten foot cane (similar to bamboo) sticks with a polo mallet head on the end. The pitch is ... Read »


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    • Enduroman

    • The Enduroman Arch to Arc Triathlon is an ultra-distance triathlon. The triathlon starts with an 87-mile run (140 km) from London's Marble Arch to Dover on the Kent coast, then a cross-channel swim (shortest distance 21 miles/33,8 km) to the French coast, and finishes with a 180-mile (289,7 km) bike from Calai ... Read »


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    • Enfida Sports

    • Enfida Sports

      Enfida Sports (النفيضة الرياضية) is a Tunisian football club located in Enfidha. It is currently evolving in the 2014–15 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 2. ... Read »


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    • England women's national rugby league team


    • Equaliser (sports)

    • An equaliser is a term used in Commonwealth English to describe a goal or run scored by one particular team that brings the scores level. For example, if Team A is winning 1-0 against Team B, but then Team B scores and makes the match 1-1, then that goal would be deemed an equaliser. ... 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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    • ESPN PPV

    • ESPN PPV

      ESPN PPV is the banner for pay-per-view events that ESPN broadcasts, including the out-of-market sports packages ESPN GamePlan (College Football, 150 extra games per year) and ESPN Full Court (College Basketball, 30 extra games per week), which merged in to ESPN College Extra in 2015. The network was originally launche ... Read »


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    • ESPNscrum

    • ESPNscrum

      ESPNscrum is an online news site based in United Kingdom dedicate to providing the latests news in Rugby union. It also does a live minute-by-minute updates on major international and club games. It also keeps an in-depth statistics on every international rugby players and rugby nations. Founded in 1997 by EMAP, it be ... Read »


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    • Estonia men's national floorball team


    • Estudiantes de Xalapa

    • Estudiantes de Xalapa

      Estudiantes de Xalapa is a Mexican football club that plays in the Tercera División de México. The club is based in Xalapa, Veracruz. ... Read »


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    • European Multisport Club Association

    • European Multisport Club Association (EMCA) is a sports organization representing the interests of multisport clubs in Europe. Created at the initiative of the multisport club S.S. Lazio. The first annual meeting held on 24 and 25 March in Rome. Between 2 and 3 December 2014, EMCA participate in a conversation of EU S ... Read »


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    • Family Wrestling Entertainment

    • Family Wrestling Entertainment, also known as FWE, was an independent professional wrestling promotion. The company was based and ran shows in New York. They hosted a show about every four months. All of their shows are available on iPPV and also on DVD and Blu-ray through their site. Family Wrestling Entertainmen ... Read »


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    • FanDraft

    • FanDraft is a fantasy sports software application created by FanSoft Media. The application acts as a digital alternative to the traditional "paper draft boards" utilized during many live fantasy football drafts. The software has over 27,000 downloads on Download.com, and has been featured on major media sites such as ... Read »


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    • FanHouse

    • FanHouse was a sports website owned by AOL. Launched in September 2006, FanHouse was considered the Internet's most linked sports blog by aggregator BallHype won Editor & Publisher's 2008 EPpy Award for "Best Sports Blog", and was named as a finalist for the award in 2009. In January 2009, FanHouse began hiring experi ... Read »


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    • 2013–14 Färjestad BK season


    • Field sports

    • The field sports are outdoor sports, especially hunting, shooting and fishing. Field sports involve the catching or killing of animals for pleasure and are therefore controversial on animal welfare grounds. ... Read »


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    • FilGoal

    • FilGoal.com (In the Goal) is an Egyptian sports website, owned and managed by Sarmady (a subsidiary of Vodafone Egypt), FilGoal's main scope is football news. It covers the Egyptian, Saudi and European leagues, as well as the UEFA Champions League, Africa Cup of Nations, the FIFA World Cup and other international compe ... Read »


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    • Final (competition)

    • The final of a competition is the match or round in which the winner of the entire event is decided. In sports competitions following a knockout system, where only two individuals or teams compete in each match, the final is usually played between the winners of two semi-finals. However, if more than two entrants are ... Read »


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    • First XI

    • The first XI, first 11 or starting XI are the 11 primary players in an organisation's leading team, particularly a cricket team or association football team. A player who is considered part of the starting XI is often the most proficient in his/her particular position - for example, a football club's leading goal score ... Read »


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    • Five stand

    • Five Stand is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet. There are five stations, or stands and six to eighteen strategically placed clay target throwers(called traps). Shooters shoot in turn at various combinations of clay birds. Each station will have a menu card that lets the shooter ... Read »


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    • Fixture congestion

    • Fixture congestion is a sports term describing a team playing too many matches in a short period of time. In association football, extended runs in cup competitions can cause fixture congestion. A team may appeal to a governing body to extend their season but it is not compulsory for a governing body to act upon a req ... Read »


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    • Footbag net

    • Footbag net is a sport in which players kick a footbag over a five-foot-high net. Players may use only the feet. Any contact knee or above is a foul. The game is played individually and as doubles. Footbag net combines elements of tennis, badminton, and volleyball. Specifically, the court dimensions and layout are sim ... Read »


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    • Football Manager 2015 classic

    • Football Manager Classic 2015 (FMC2015) is a game by Sports Interactive. It is improved from Football Manager Handheld (FMH). It has 2D and 3D graphics. It is similar to the classic mode of Football Manager. It contains 51 Nations and 117 Leagues. It was released on April 8. It is for only Android and IOS. It has many ... Read »


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    • Football records

    • Various football records can be found in the following pages and categories: ... Read »


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    • Form (exercise)

    • Form is a specific way of performing a movement, often a strength training exercise, to avoid injury, prevent cheating and increase strength. Exercises or drills in sport have a recognized way of performing the movements that have two purposes: By using proper or 'good and' form, the risk of injury is lowered. A ... Read »


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    • 4 Peaks Mountain Challenge

    • The Thule 4Peaks Mountain Challenge is a rugged 24 kilometres (15 mi) mountain skyline route for trail runners, held every September since 2002 in the Witteberge 32 kilometres (20 mi) NNE of Ficksburg in South Africa's Free State province near the Lesotho border.. A record field of 210 mountain runners tackled t ... Read »


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    • France women's national rugby league team


    • Frog jumping contest

    • Frog jumping is a competitive pastime for humans in which frogs are entered into competitions to jump certain distances. Frog jumping contests are held in small communities scattered around the United States, as part of the folk culture. Frog jumping was made famous in a short story by Mark Twain, "The Celebrated Jump ... Read »


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    • Frontbend

    • A frontbend is a contortion position where the body is curved forward at the hips and spine. In an extreme frontbend, some contortionists can place the backs of their knees behind their shoulders. ... Read »


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    • Frontier Falcon

    • Frontier Falcon is the domestic field hockey team for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan. It is part of the Pakistan Hockey Federation. ... Read »


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    • Fussballdaten.de

    • fussballdaten.de

      fussballdaten.de is a German language website which predominantly collects comprehensive statistics on the top five tiers of German football. The website offers statistics on every Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and 3. Liga match and team squad since the leagues' foundation in 1963, 1974 and 2008, respectively. ... Read »


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    • Gainer

    • A gainer is the acrobatic trick of performing a backwards somersault while still moving forward. In diving, this is known as reverse rotation (as opposed to front, back, or inward). Many stunt performers and martial artists are capable of performing a similar skill on the ground, sometimes in combination with a midair ... Read »


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    • Gamercize

    • Gamercize is an example of an exergaming accessory, connecting exercise machines such as stationary cycles and steppers to video games consoles. These consoles are supported by the following variations GZ Sport - Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 GZ Pro-Sport - Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 3 GZ PC-Sport - PC, Ma ... Read »


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    • Gate receipts

    • Gate receipts, or simply "gate," is the sum of money taken at a sporting venue for the sale of tickets. Traditionally, gate receipts were largely or entirely taken in cash. Today, many sporting venues will operate a season ticket scheme, which will mean they allocate a proportion of season ticket moneys when announcin ... Read »


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    • Gerad Tehran Club

    • Gerad Tehran Club

      Gerad Tehran Club is a professional wrestling team based in Tehran, Iran. As of February 2009: ... Read »


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    • Gibraltar Petanque Association

    • Gibraltar Petanque Association

      The Gibraltar Petanque Association (GPA) is a small pétanque federation in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, with the aim of promoting the sport within the territory. The association is made up of approximately 80 members (ranging from ages 13 to 93) with its premises located at the Giralda Gardens on the ... Read »


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    • Githunguri Youth Sports Association

    • Githunguri Youth Sports and Empowerment Association (GYSEA) was founded in 2001 as a community based organisation and is now registered as an NGO in Kenya ( OP.218/051/15-274/100094) whose goal to empower young people using sports as a mobilization tool. GYSEA’s mission is to mentor and empower youth ages 13 - 35 ... Read »


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    • Give-and-go

    • A give-and-go, or one-two, is a fundamental maneuver in many team sports which involves two players passing the ball or puck back and forth. The player who has the ball or puck passes to a teammate and then repositions in order to receive a return pass and a scoring opportunity. ... Read »


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    • Gladiaattorit

    • Gladiaattorit

      Gladiaattorit was a Finnish competition television program part of the international Gladiators franchise. The show ran 1993-1994, was directed by Hollywood director Renny Harlin, produced by Markus Selin, and filmed at Planet FunFun. It was hosted by Juha-Pekka Jalo alongside Katariina Ebeling in 1993 and Minna Aalton ... Read »


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    • Glima at the 1912 Summer Olympics

    • Glima was featured in the Summer Olympic Games demonstration programme in 1912. ... Read »


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    • Gong Kangyi


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    • gong.bg

      Gong.bg is a sports media website based in Bulgaria. Over 80% of users are in Bulgaria, where it has an internet traffic rank of 35. It was launched in 2007. The chief editor is Nikolai Alexandrov, a longstanding sports journalist with Darik Radio and Radio Gong. ... Read »


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    • Granby roll

    • The Granby roll is a wrestling reversal named for Granby High School in Norfolk, Virginia, where it was popularized by teacher and hall of fame wrestling coach Billy Martin. A Granby roll is performed from an inferior position, usually when the top wrestler has a hold upon the lower wrestler's waist from the side or w ... Read »


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    • Grapple on the Gridiron

    • The Grapple on the Gridiron was a college wrestling dual meet held on November 14, 2015, in Iowa City, Iowa. Historical rivals Oklahoma State University and University of Iowa. A record 42,287 fans attended the meet, held outdoors at the Kinnick Stadium, normally the home of Iowa's football program. The meet marked the ... Read »


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    • Grassboarding

    • Grassboarding is a sport that has been practised in Costa Rica since 1990. A patent was presented to the local Intellectual Property Office in 1995. It uses a special concave board designed for use over a grass hill. It belongs to the same family as surfing, snowboarding and sand boarding. It doesn't use any wheels, w ... Read »


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    • Great Britain women's national rugby league team


    • Great City Race

    • The Great City Race is an annual road running event over 5 km which takes place in July in the City of London and London Borough of Islington. The race starts and ends at the Artillery Ground. ... Read »


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    • Grind (sport)

    • Grinding is a sliding stunt performed in many extreme sports. Stances in which slides are performed are known as grinds. Grinding is performed by sliding across the top of an obstacle, and can be accomplished in a number of ways. A range of equipment can be used to grind an object or obstacle and each sport lends the ... Read »


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    • Guillotine (wrestling)

    • The Guillotine, is an amateur wrestling move named after the decapitation device. It was developed in the 1920s by Cornell 1928 NCAA champion Ralph Leander Lupton. It is mostly taught in high schools. It is a pinning move that is deployed from upper referee position. It uses pain to force an opponent to go to their bac ... Read »


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    • Guinea at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics

    • Guinea at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics

      Guinea will compete at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics, in Nanjing, China from 16 August to 28 August 2014. Guinea qualified two athletes. Qualification Legend: Q=Final A (medal); qB=Final B (non-medal); qC=Final C (non-medal); qD=Final D (non-medal); qE=Final E (non-medal) Guinea was given a quota to compete by ... Read »


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    • Hack Slap

    • Hack slap is a game that utilises a footbag or 'Hacky Sack'. The game is similar to the Australian foursquare rules in so much as that the game operates similar to the elimination variation while including most of the same rules. The game is played with 4, 6, 8 or more people and the object is to keep the 'footbag' in ... Read »


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    • Handball at the 2013 Mediterranean Games

    • The handball tournaments at the 2013 Mediterranean Games in Mersin took place between 22 June and 30 June. The men's tournament was held at the Lütfullah Aksungur Sports Hall, while the women's tournament was held at the Yüreğir Serinevler Arena. Both handball venues are in Adana. Key: Following nations ... Read »


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    • Harz Mountain Run

    • The Harz Mountain Run (German: Harz-Gebirgslauf) is a mountain run, that has taken place since 1978 in October in Wernigerode in central German and since 1990 has had a marathon route known as the Brocken Marathon, in its programme. Other competitions include a 22 km run and an 11 km run. In 2007 a 5 km run wa ... Read »


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    • Head harness (weight training)

    • In the context of health and fitness, a head harness is an exercise device used in weight training. ... Read »


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    • Heli Hiking

    • Heli Hiking is a recreational activity in which a helicopter is used to access remote areas of the back country for hiking that would not normally be accessible. ... Read »


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    • High performance sport

    • High performance sport or élite sport is sport at the highest level of competition, with élite athletes as the competitors. In sports administration "high performance sport", where the emphasis is on winning prestigious competitions, is distinguished from "mass sport" or "recreational sport", where the emphasis i ... Read »


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    • Hind Kesari

    • Hind Kesari is an Indian-style wrestling championship, established in 1958. It is affiliated to INDIAN STYLE WRESTLING ASSOCIATION OF INDIA,, Generally known as (ISWAI) Having its head quarter in New Delhi.. It was established in 1958 and the first Hind Kesari winner was in 1959 at Hyderabad,, SHRIPATI KHANCHENALE, à ... Read »


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    • Ryan Hodierne

    • Ryan Hodierne (born 1983) is a South African sports scientist. A biomechanist with the Sports Science Centre at Singapore Sports Institute, Hodierne is one of the unsung heroes Joseph Schooling paid tribute to for his 2016 Summer Olympics success, including nutritionist Kirsty Fairbairn and high performance manager Son ... Read »


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    • Hollywood Ashes


    • Hyperextension (exercise)

    • A hyperextension or back extension is an exercise that works the lower back as well as the mid and upper back, specifically the erector spinae. It may be performed on the ground by lying prone with arms overhead and lifting the arms, upper torso, and legs as far as possible, or using a Roman chair to hold the feet do ... Read »


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    • Ice Breaker Road Race

    • The Ice Breaker Road Race, held annually in Great Falls, Montana in April of each year, is a road race that draws over 3,000 walkers, joggers and marathoners. The race was established in 1980 and has been run annually ever since. The course starts in Downtown Great Falls at the Civic Center, going East through the busi ... Read »


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    • Icons.com

    • Icons.com

      Icons.com is an online retailer of authentic signed sports memorabilia based in Kentish Town, London. The website was launched in 1999 initially as the leading portal for the personal websites of the world’s top footballers. Since late 2008, it has sold merchandise and memorabilia signed by the likes of Lionel Mes ... Read »


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    • IFAF Flag Football World Championship

    • The IFAF Flag Football World Championship is the international championship in flag football, organized by International Federation of American Football. The men's and women's competitions are usually held in the same venue. ... Read »


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    • In Depth with Graham Bensinger

    • In Depth with Graham Bensinger is an American sports interview television program hosted by Graham Bensinger. ... Read »


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    • Indian Creek (climbing area)

    • Indian Creek (climbing area)

      Indian Creek is a prominent climbing area in the northern part of the Bears Ears National Monument in the canyonlands area of San Juan County, Utah, United States (northwest of Monticello and south of Moab) that is renowned for its sandstone crack climbing. It has an elevation of 5,765 feet (1,757 m). ... Read »


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    • Indian rodeo

    • Indian rodeo is the rodeo subculture of Native American rodeo athletes and, in Canada, First Nations athletes. In the United States there are a number of regional associations and at least two national Finals. In Canada, Indian rodeos share a major role in small aboriginal communities and are also featured events in la ... Read »


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    • Individual sport

    • An individual sport is a sport in which participants compete as individuals. Examples of individual sports include: Boxing Bowling Bowls Canoeing Cross fit Croquet Running Cycling Darts Dance Disc golf Diving Equestrian Fencing Figure skating Golf Gymnastics Knife throwing Mixed martial arts Orienteering Pool Pow ... Read »


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    • International Rafting Federation

    • International Rafting Federation

      The International Rafting Federation (IRF) is widely recognized as the umbrella International Sports Federation for national rafting organizations worldwide, and the sport of whitewater rafting. The World Rafting Championships (WRC) and European Rafting Championships (ERC) are governed by the IRF. ... Read »


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    • International ZO Women's Tournament


    • Iranian Premier Wrestling League

    • The Iranian Premier Wrestling League is a professional wrestling league in Iran. ... Read »


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    • Islamic Republic of Iran Wrestling Federation

    • The Islamic Republic of Iran Wrestling Federation is the governing body for Wrestling in Iran. It is a member of the United World Wrestling (UWW). ... Read »


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    • Island Cricket

    • Island Cricket

      Island Cricket is a sports website that contains news, photos, videos, blogs, columns and interviews relating to the Sri Lanka cricket team. Certain sections of the website contain fan-submitted content, where fans of the Sri Lanka cricket team can create a free account and submit news articles, photos and videos. Th ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1951 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1951 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1951 Mediterranean Games in Alexandria, Egypt. ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1955 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1955 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1955 Mediterranean Games in Barcelona, Spain. ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1979 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1979 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1979 Mediterranean Games in Split, Croatia, Yugoslavia. ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1983 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1983 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1983 Mediterranean Games in Casablanca, Morocco. ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1987 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1987 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1987 Mediterranean Games in Latakia, Syria. ... Read »


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    • Italy at the 1991 Mediterranean Games

    • Italy at the 1991 Mediterranean Games

      Italy competed at the 1991 Mediterranean Games in Athens, Greece. ... Read »


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    • Jackknife (exercise)

    • A jackknife is an abdominal exercise. Jackknife exercises are designed to work the abdominal muscles, particularly the lower abs. There are a number of variations of jackknife exercises that allow people of different ages and ability to work their abdominal muscles. The jackknife can be done on an exercise ball, exerci ... Read »


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    • Jeu provençal


    • Kabaddi at the 2016 South Asian Games

    • Kabaddi at the 2016 South Asian Games

      Kabaddi at the 2016 South Asian Games were held in Guwahati, India from February 10 to February 15 2016. ... Read »


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    • Kabaddi at the South Asian Games


    • Kallinge-Ronneby IF

    • Kallinge-Ronneby IF

      Kallinge-Ronneby IF is an ice-hockey club based in Kallinge, Sweden. They compete in Hockeyettan, the third tier of ice hockey in Sweden. The teams in Division 1F 2011 are: ... Read »


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    • Serge Kevyn

    • Serge Kevyn Aboué Angoué (born 3 August 1994) is an Gabonese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Leiria in the Campeonato de Portugal. Born in Port-Gentil, Kevyn began his career in Portugal with AD Nogueirense before joining Marítimo B. He stayed at the club for a season before signing wit ... Read »


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    • Keyhole race

    • A keyhole race is a speed event commonly seen at equestrian events and gymkhanas, in which the horse and rider team with the fastest time in completing the event wins. Horses running this event must have speed, but also the agility to stop quickly in full stride, turn, and bolt directly back into a run. The obstacle c ... Read »


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    • Khuresh

    • Khuresh is a traditional Tuvan wrestling, in southern Siberia. The word has cognates with Tuvan's sister Turkic languages, for example Turkish güreş and Tatar köräş (all ultimately derived from Old Turkic keriş). ... Read »


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    • Kite skating

    • Kite skating, sometimes referred to as Kiteblading, is a land-based extreme sport that uses powerful and controllable kites to propel riders of inline skates or off-road skates. They can reach speeds up to 60+mph across parking lots, desert dry lakes, grassy fields, and sandy beaches. Four-line, steerable parafoil kit ... Read »


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    • Kneeling position

    • The kneeling position is a position for rifle shooting. There are no longer international competitions in pure kneeling shooting, but it is included as the last part of 300 metre rifle three positions, 300 metre standard rifle and 50 metre rifle three positions. It takes a very long time to achieve a high level of per ... Read »


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    • Kolbotn Wrestling

    • Kolbotn I.L. - Wrestling is a sub-section under Kolbotn I.L., one of the largest sports clubs in Norway. The club started Wrestling in 1925 and organized Wrestling as a semi-autonomous sub-section in 1960. ... Read »


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    • Kudu dung-spitting

    • Kudu dung-spitting (Bokdrol Spoeg in Afrikaans) is a sport practiced by the Afrikaner community in South Africa. In the competition small, hard pellets of dung from the kudu antelope, are spat, with the farthest distance reached being the winner. Kudu dung-spitting is popular enough to have an annual world championshi ... Read »


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    • Kwosso

    • Ko'sso is a fast-paced ball game played by the Afar. The ball is made up of rolled goatskins. The object of the game is to keep the ball away from players on the opposing team. In the past, Ko'sso teams could be quite large; in fact, they could be made up of over one hundred players. There is still no set number of pla ... Read »


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    • La canne at the 1924 Summer Olympics

    • La canne was featured in the Summer Olympic Games demonstration sport in 1924. ... Read »


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    • Lampadephoria

    • Lampadephoria was an ancient Greek type of relay race using a torch which was passed between the runners. The race was run usually on foot, but sometimes it was also on horses by ephebi (a Greek youth entering manhood). The winner was the first team to pass the torch over the finish line. If a torch went out the team w ... Read »


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    • Lanceros de Cosoleacaque

    • Full name Club Limoneros de Fútbol Asociación Civil Nickname(s) Limoneros Founded 2005 Ground U Deportiva La Choca, Cosoleacaque, Veracruz Ground Capacity 1,000 Chairman
    • Limoneros de Fútbol, A.C.

      Lanceros de Cosoleacaque is a Mexican football club that plays in the Tercera División de México. The club is based in Lanceros de Cosoleacaque, Veracruz. ... Read »


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    • LDODK

    • LDODK (Leer Door Oefening De Korfbalsport) is a Dutch korfball club located in Gorredijk, Netherlands. The club is a fusion between club from the towns of Gorredijk and Ter Wispel. club is The team plays in green shirts and black shorts / skirts. Since the promotion to the Korfbal League after the 2011/2012 season ... Read »


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    • League system

    • A league system is a hierarchy of leagues in a sport, usually with a system of promotion and relegation, between consecutive levels of the hierarchy. They are often called pyramids, due to their tendency to split into an increasing number of regional divisions, the further down the pyramid one descends. League systems ... Read »


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    • Leg curl

    • The leg curl is an isolation exercise that targets the hamstring muscles. The exercise involves flexing the lower leg against resistance towards the buttocks. Other exercises that can be used to strengthen the hamstrings are the glute-ham raise and the deadlift. ... Read »


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    • Leg extension

    • The leg extension is a resistance weight training exercise that targets the quadriceps muscle in the legs. The exercise is done using a machine called the Leg Extension Machine. There are various manufacturers of these machines and each one is slightly different. Most gym and weight rooms will have the machine in their ... Read »


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    • FC Les Lilas

    • FC Les Lilas

      Football Club Les Lilas is a French football club based in Les Lilas, Seine-Saint-Denis. It was founded in 1947. The club currently plays in the Championnat de France Amateurs 2, the fifth tier of the French football league system. ... Read »


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    • Hugo Levin

    • Hugo Levin

      Johan Hugo Levin (2 January 1886 - 26 October 1918) was a Swedish athlete, football player and sports administrator. Hugo Levin served in numerous sports organisations and was one of the initiators to the construction of the Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg. In 1899 Levin became a member i Örgryte Idrottssälls ... Read »


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    • Li Xun (footballer, born 1992)

    • Li Xun (Chinese: 李勋; Hangul: 리훈; born 2 January 1992 in Tumen, Yanbian) is a Chinese footballer of Korean descent who currently plays for Chinese Super League side Yanbian FC. Li Xun started his professional football career in 2013 when he was promoted to China League One side Yanbian FC's f ... Read »


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    • Liberia National Olympic Committee

    • Liberia National Olympic Committee

      Liberia National Olympic Committee (IOC code: LBR) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) representing Liberia. ... Read »


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    • Conejos de Tuxpam

    • Full name Club Deportivo Conejos de Tuxpam Nickname(s) Conejos Ground Estadio Álvaro Lorenzo , Tuxpam, Veracruz Ground Capacity 1,000 Chairman
    • Conejos de Tuxpam

      Conejos de Tuxpam is a Mexican football club that plays in the Tercera División de México. The club is based in Tuxpam, Veracruz. ... Read »


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    • Delfines UGM

    • Delfines UGM

      Delfines UGM is a Mexican football club that plays in the Tercera División de México. The club is based in Orizaba, Veracruz. ... Read »


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    • Line call

    • In sports, a line call occurs when there is doubt as to whether a specific and significant event took place, for example, whether the ball in tennis touched the line rather than landing outside the court. The phrase line call is more generally used to indicate any decision in which the correct course is uncertain. Th ... Read »


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    • List of Lithuanian records

    • This is a listing of the national records for Lithuania. ... Read »


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    • List of male freestyle wrestlers

    • This is a list of male freestyle wrestlers, in alphabetical order. ... Read »


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    • List of RHI records (team)


    • Live scores

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    • Lockout (sports)

    • A Lockout can be imposed by the Major League Baseball (MLB lockout), National Basketball Association (NBA lockout), National Football League (NFL lockout) or the National Hockey League (NHL lockout) if team owners and players fail to come to an agreement about payment conditions. ... Read »


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    • Lofting (bowling)

    • Lofting (by a bowler) in bowling is throwing a bowling ball more than a short distance down the lane. This is usually done with the bounce pass technique, but can also be done with a straight ball. Lofting is looked down upon by the bowling community and bowling alley employees because of the damage to the ball and lan ... Read »


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    • M-drop

    • The M-drop is a play in the sport of water polo which is mainly used when there is a strong, offensive set of players. The defense sets up in an M-shape, hence the name "M-Drop". A basic offense would look like an umbrella shape, with 5 offensive players in a half-circle around the goal, with one defensive player on e ... Read »


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    • Maccabi Istanbul

    • Maccabi Istanbul was a sports club in the city of Istanbul, historically representing the Jewish community of the city. The club was founded by local Jews in the district of Hasköy. Maccabi SK were active in football and basketball. The colors were white and blue. Maccabi SK was founded in 1913 by members of the Je ... Read »


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    • Maccabi Thessaloniki

    • Maccabi Thessaloniki

      Maccabi Thessaloniki is a multi-sport club in the city of Thessaloniki, historically representing the Jewish community of the city. It maintains or maintained departments of football, basketball, volleyball, athletics, olympic weightlifting, table tennis, boxing, cycling and chess. Its colours are blue and white. Macc ... Read »


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    • Major decision

    • A Major Decision is a win in folkstyle wrestling where the victor wins by 8 or more points. This is not to be confused by a techfall where the victor wins by 15 points and the match ends. In team duals, a major decision will give a team 4 team points.[1] ... Read »


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    • Mallard and Claret

    • Mallard and Claret is a popular fishing fly in the United Kingdom. Also known as the 'M and C' it is a good general pattern that imitates a wide range of trout food items. As its name suggests, this fly is constructed from the feathers of a mallard duck together with a claret coloured body. ... Read »


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    • Marathon Sports (retailer)

    • Marathon Sports Private Industry Retail, Specialty Founded Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) Founder Howard Sagrans Headquarters Waltham, Massachusetts
      Number of locations
      19 (11 Marathon Sports, 4 Sound Runner, 3 Runner's Alley)
      Area served
      Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island Products Running/Walking Footwear and Athletic Apparel Website
    • Marathon Sports, Inc.

      Marathon Sports, Inc. is an American chain of sporting goods retailers. It is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, and operates 11 stores in Massachusetts under the Marathon Sports brand, locations in Connecticut operating under the SoundRunner brand and three locations in New Hampshire operating under the Runner's ... Read »


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    • Marca.com

    • MARCA

      MARCA is a Spanish national daily sport newspaper owned by Unidad Editorial. The newspaper focuses primarily on football, in particular the day-to-day activities of Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid and Rayo Vallecano. It has a daily readership of over 2,500,000, the highest in Spain for a daily newspaper, and more than ... Read »


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    • Match performance indicator

    • Match Performance Indicators (MPI) are the KPIs of sport. The term was created, and is widely used, in the scouting and analyzing system eye4TALENT. Basically, the MPIs are set up as an indicator of a player's performance compared to a standard of a specific position on the field. When judging e.g. a football player's ... Read »


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    • Match rifle shooting

    • Match rifle shooting is a long-range - 1,000 to 1,200 yards - target shooting discipline for civilian riflemen, peculiar to the UK and several Commonwealth of Nations countries, and run according to rules set out by the National Rifle Association, UK. ... Read »


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    • Matchpoint NYC

    • MatchPoint NYC is located in Brooklyn, New York. It was co-founded by Numrud Nino Muhatasov, Sergey Rybak and Dmitriy Druzhinskiy. This health and fitness complex occupies roughly 120,000 sq. ft. It features a tennis facility that includes 9 indoor tennis courts, and Quickstart Tennis Courts for children aged 4–10 ... Read »


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    • Maximum time aloft

    • Maximum Time Aloft (MTA) is a type of boomerang competition involving specially engineered boomerangs. They are launched high, and enter a stable hover. In the official USBA (United States Boomerang Association) competition throwers get five throws, and the times of the best three attempts are scored. Normally, the cat ... Read »


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    • McNasty

    • McNasty refers to a style of slam dunk in the American sport Slamball. The move consists of a player launching himself from the outside trampoline, rotating 360-degrees and putting the ball between their legs before dunking the ball. The move was originated and made popular by Slamball phenom Sean "inches" Jackson, of ... Read »


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    • Media guide

    • A media guide is a sports-related press kit, distributed as a book or binder, and published by sports teams before the start of the sporting season. It features information relating to the team players, history, statistical records and other similar items. Media guides are usually distributed to sports journalists to a ... Read »


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    • Melbourne City FC NPL

    • Melbourne City FC NPL

      Melbourne City FC NPL is an Australian semi-professional association football team based in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 2014, it is the youth team of Melbourne City in the NPL Victoria 1. On 7 November 2014, it was confirmed that Melbourne City would compete in the NPL Victoria 1 competition from the 2015 seas ... Read »


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    • Melbourne City FC Youth

    • Melbourne City Reserves

      Melbourne City FC Reserves is an Australian semi-professional association football team based in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 2011, it is the reserve and youth team of Melbourne City. The team currently plays in the National Premier Leagues Victoria which is the second level of Australia's football pyramid and in th ... Read »


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    • Lena Miculek-Afentul

      Lena Miculek-Afentul is an American practical sport shooter who has won two gold medals in the IPSC Shotgun Standard division, Lady category, from the 2012 and 2015 IPSC Shotgun World Shoot. She is daughter of IPSC Revolver World Champion Jerry Miculek and Handgun Lady Open Champion Kay Clark Miculek, whose father was ... Read »


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