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Remove or add teams to and from your list of favorites Teams In Your Area Add more favorite teams from the list below based on your geolocation. My Teams. Combined-Shape Close. No team results found. Remove or add writers to and from your list of favorites My Favorite Writers. Artistic Cycling — a form of competitive indoor cycling in which athletes perform tricks for points on specialized, fixed-gear bikes in a format similar to ballet or gymnastics. Artistic Pool — a trick shot competition on a pocket billiards table in which players score points for performing 56 preset shots of varying difficulty.
Artistic Roller Skating — is a sport which consists of a number of events Figures, Dance, Freestyle and Precision Teams usually accomplished on quad skates, though sometimes inline skates are used. Association Croquet — an advanced game of Croquet played at international level involving four balls teamed in pairs, with both balls going through every hoop for one pair to win. Association Football — more commonly known as Football or Soccer.
It is the world's most popular sport, played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end.
The object is to score by using any part of the body except the arms and hands to get the ball into the opposing goal. Athletics — commonly known as Track and Field, though it is an umbrella sport, which in addition to Track and Field it also comprises Cross Country Running , Road Running and Racewalking.
Australian Football — a fast paced football code from Australia, played between two teams of eighteen players on a large oval field. Six points are scored by kicking the ball between two tall goal posts, or one point for passing the ball either side of these. Australian Handball — similar to Squash , though played without a racquet. Auto Polo — like polo though the players are on automobiles instead of horses. Auto Race — a Japanese motorcycle speedway competition which is held on tarmac tracks, predominantly a gambling sport.
The survey found that of the active and retired NFL quarterbacks polled 95 percent of them played at least two sports in high school; and, nearly 70 percent played three or more, including both of this year's Super Bowl's starting quarterbacks, Russell Wilson and Tom Brady. Notre Dame Fighting Irish's Muffett McGraw, who has coached for more than 35 years, says it's not the kids who have changed — it's the parents. Only 12 left in stock - order soon. And yes, it is an industry. When we finished drawing this one, I noticed it looks a lot like a snowboarding astronaut.
Auto Racing — a sport involving the racing of automobiles for competition. Autocross — a type of Auto Racing in which drivers navigate one at a time through a defined course on either a sealed or an unsealed surface in the shortest time. See also the motorcycle version Motorcycle Gymkhana. Autograss — a type of Auto Racing on natural surfaces such as grass or mud, usually held on quarter-mile oval tracks.
Autospeedway — a motorsport similar to motorcycle speedway, but with cars. Axe Throwing — competitors throw axes at a circular target. B Sports Ba Game — a version of Medieval Football played in Scotland, a type of Mob Football where two parts of a town have to get a ball to their respective sides.
Backstroke — a swimming stroke performed on the back with the arms lifted alternately out of the water in a backward circular motion and the legs extended and kicking.
Badminton — an indoor game with rackets in which a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net. Balance Beam — a female Olympic Games gymnastics event in which a gymnast balances on a narrow horizontal bar raised off the floor, while performing exercises. Balkline — a Carom Billiards discipline. A point is scored each time a player's cue ball makes contact with both object balls on a single stroke.
It is played on a pocketless table that is divided by balklines on the cloth marking playing regions. Its precursor was a game called Straight Rail. Ball Badminton — a racket game native to India, played with a yellow ball made of wool, with similarities to Badminton. Ball Hockey — a variation of Ice Hockey , a lot like Street Hockey , in which the game is played on foot on a non-ice surface, and a ball is used instead of a hockey puck.
Ballooning — competitive hot air ballooning is a test of accuracy, not speed. The aim is to fly as close as possible to a target and drop a weighted marker. Bandy — a team sport played on ice using sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal, a precursor to ice hockey. A variation is Rink Bandy.