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List of sports o

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1.35Stacking
1.36Stick and ball games
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  1.36.1Hockey
 1.36.2Hurling and shinty
The following is a list of sports/games, divided by
 1.36.3Lacrosse
category. There are many more sports to be added.
 1.36.4Polo
This system has a disadvantage because some
o 1.37Street sports
sports may fit in more than one category.
o 1.38Tag games
According to the World Sports Encyclopedia (2003), o 1.39Walking
there are 8,000 indigenous sports and sporting o 1.40Wall-and-ball
games.[1] o 1.41Aquatic & paddle sports
 1.41.1Canoeing
Contents  1.41.2Kayaking
[hide]  1.41.3Rafting
 1.41.4Rowing
 1Physical sports  1.41.5Other paddling sports
o 1.1Air sports  1.41.6Aquatic ball sports
o 1.2Archery  1.41.6.1Surface
o 1.3Ball-over-net games  1.41.6.2Underwater
o 1.4Basketball family  1.41.7Competitive swimming
o 1.5Bat-and-ball (safe haven)  1.41.7.1Kindred activities
o 1.6Baton twirling  1.41.8Subsurface and recreational
o 1.7Acro sports  1.41.9Diving
o 1.8Performance sports o 1.42Weightlifting
o 1.9Board sports o 1.43Motorized sports
o 1.10Catch games  1.43.1Auto racing
o 1.11Climbing  1.43.2Motorboat racing
o 1.12Cycling  1.43.3Motorcycle racing
 1.12.1Bicycle  1.43.4ATV racing
 1.12.2Skibob o 1.44Marker sports
 1.12.3Unicycle o 1.45Musical sports
o 1.13Combat sports: wrestling and martial arts o 1.46Fantasy sports
 1.13.1Grappling o 1.47Other
 1.13.2Striking o 1.48Overlapping sports
 1.13.3Mixed or hybrid  2Mind sports
 1.13.4Weapons o 2.1Card games
 1.13.4.1Skirmish o 2.2Other
o 1.14Cue sports o 2.3Speedcubing
o 1.15Equine sports o 2.4Strategy board games
o 1.16Fishing  3Competitive model sports
o 1.17Flying disc sports  4Different classification
o 1.18Football o 4.1Air sports
o 1.19Golf o 4.2Athletics (track and field)
o 1.20Gymnastics o 4.3Electronic sports
o 1.21Handball family o 4.4Endurance sports
o 1.22Hunting o 4.5Goal sports
o 1.23Ice sports o 4.6Skating sports
o 1.24Kite sports o 4.7Snowsports
o 1.25Mixed discipline o 4.8Strength sports
o 1.26Orienteering family o 4.9Table sports
o 1.27Pilota family o 4.10Target sports
o 1.28Racquet (or racket) sports o 4.11Team sports
o 1.29Remote control o 4.12Windsports
o 1.30Rodeo-originated o 4.13Fictional sports
o 1.31Running  5Miscellaneous sports
o 1.32Sailing
 6See also
o 1.33Snow sports
 7References
 1.33.1Skiing
 1.33.2Sled sports
o 1.34Shooting sports Physical sports[edit]
Air sports[edit] Members of the Gotemba Kyūdō Association
demonstrate Kyūdō.

Main article: Archery

 Field archery
 Flight archery
 Gungdo
 Indoor archery
 Kyūdō
Lima Lima aerobatics teamperforming over Louisville.
 Popinjay
Main article: Air sports  Target archery
Ball-over-net games[edit]
 Aerobatics
 Air racing
 Cluster ballooning
 Hopper ballooning

An international match of volleyball.

 Badminton
 Ball badminton
 Biribol
 Bossaball
 Fistball
Wingsuit flying  Footbag net
 Football tennis
 Gliding  Footvolley
 Hang gliding  Hooverball
 Powered hang glider  Jianzi
 Human powered aircraft  Padel
 Model aircraft  Peteca
 Parachuting  Pickleball
 Banzai skydiving  Platform tennis
 BASE jumping  Rocball
 Skydiving  Sepak takraw
 Skysurfing  Sipa
 Wingsuit flying  Table tennis
 Paragliding  Tennis
 Powered paragliding  Throwball
 Paramotoring  Volleyball
 Ultralight aviation  Beach volleyball
Archery[edit]  Paralympic volleyball
 Water volleyball
 Wallyball
Basketball family[edit]
 One Day International
 Test cricket
 Twenty20
 Danish longball
 Kickball
 Kilikiti
 Lapta – two salos (bases)
 The Massachusetts Game – four bases
 Matball
 Oina
 Old cat – variable
 Over-the-line – qv
 Palant
 Pesäpallo – four bases
 Punchball
Basketball player Dwight Howardmaking a slam dunk at  Rounders – four bases or posts
 Scrub baseball – four bases (not a team
the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
game per se)
 Stickball – variable
 Basketball
 Stool ball – two stools
 Beach basketball
 Tee-ball
 Deaf basketball
 Town ball – variable
 Streetball
 Vigoro – two wickets
 Water basketball
 Wireball
 Wheelchair basketball
 Wiffleball
 Cestoball
 Korfball Baton twirling[edit]
 Netball
 Fastnet  Baton twirling
 Indoor netball Acro sports[edit]
 Ringball
 Slamball  Competitive Dancing
Bat-and-ball (safe haven)[edit]  Cheerleading
 Gymnastics
Performance sports[edit]
Main article: Marching arts

 Drum corps
 Marching band[2][3][4]
Board sports[edit]

Awaiting a pitch: batter, catcher, and umpire in baseball

Main article: Bat-and-ball games

 Baseball
 Softball
 Slow pitch
 Fast-pitch softball
 16-inch softball
 Bat and trap
 British baseball – four posts
 Brännboll – four bases
 Corkball – four bases (no base-running)
 Cricket – two creases
 Indoor cricket Skateboard vert jump at the Sprite urban games 2006
 Limited overs cricket in London.
Climbing[edit]

Snowboard figure at the 2008 Shakedown


Canyoning

Main article: Climbing

 Abseiling
 Aid climbing
 Ice climbing
 Mixed climbing
 Mountaineering
 Rock climbing
Surfing in Hawaii  Bouldering
 Deep-water soloing
Main article: Board sports  Sport climbing
Sports that are played with some sort of board as  Traditional climbing
the primary equipment.  Other
 Canyoning (Canyoneering)
 Skateboarding  Coasteering
 Casterboarding  Hiking
 Freeboard (skateboard)  Rope climbing
 Longboarding  Pole climbing
 Streetboarding
Cycling[edit]
 Scootering
 Skysurfing
 Streetluge
 Snowboarding
 Mountainboarding
 Sandboarding
 Snowkiting
 Surfing
 Wakesurfing
 Bodyboarding
 Riverboarding A track cycling Race
 Skimboarding
 Windsurfing
Main article: Cycling
 Wakeboarding Sports using bicycles or unicycles.
 Kneeboarding
Bicycle[edit]
 Paddleboarding Main article: Bicycle
Catch games[edit]
 Artistic cycling
 Dodgeball  BMX
 Ga-ga  Cyclo-cross
 Keep away  Cross-country mountain biking
 Kin-Ball  Cycle polo
 Newcomb ball  Cycle speedway
 Quidditch  Downhill mountain biking
 Yukigassen  Dirt jumping
 Freestyle BMX  Malla-yuddha
 Hardcourt Bike Polo  Mongolian wrestling
 Road bicycle racing  Pehlwani
 Track cycling  Professional wrestling
 Underwater cycling  Schwingen
Skibob[edit]  Shuai jiao
 Ssireum
 Skibobbing  Varzesh-e Pahlavani
 Yağlı Güreş
Unicycle[edit]
 Greek wrestling
Main article: Unicycle
Striking[edit]
 Mountain unicycling Main article: Strike (attack)
 Unicycling
 Unicycle basketball
 Unicycle hockey
 Unicycle trials
Combat sports: wrestling and martial
arts[edit]
Main articles: Combat sport and Martial arts
A combat sport is a competitive contact sport where
two combatants fight against each other using A kick in kickboxing.
certain rules of engagement.
Grappling[edit]  Choi Kwang-Do
Main article: Grappling  Cockfighting
 Boxing
 Bokator
 Capoeira
 Fujian White Crane
 Karate
 Kenpō
 Kickboxing
 Lethwei
 Muay Thai
Two men compete in freestyle wrestling.  Pradal serey
 Sanshou
 Aiki-jūjutsu  Savate
 Aikido  Shaolin Kung Fu
 Jujutsu  Sikaran
 Judo  Silat
 Brazilian jiu-jitsu  Subak
 Sambo (martial art)  Taekkyeon
 Sumo  Taekwondo
 Wrestling  Taidō
 Amateur wrestling  Tang Soo Do
 Greco-Roman wrestling  Wing Chun
 Freestyle wrestling Mixed or hybrid[edit]
 Folk wrestling Further information: Mixed martial arts
 Boli Khela
 Collar-and-elbow
 Cornish wrestling
 Dumog
 Glima
 Gouren
 Kurash
 Lancashire wrestling
 Catch wrestling
Ground fighting in MMA.
 Battōjutsu
 Boffer fighting
 Baguazhang  Eskrima
 Bando  Egyptian stick fencing
 Bartitsu  Fencing
 Bujinkan  Gatka
 Hapkido  Hojōjutsu
 Hwa Rang Do  Iaidō
 Jeet Kune Do  Iaijutsu
 Kajukenbo  Jōdō
 Kalaripayattu  Jogo do pau
 Krav Maga  Jūkendō
 Kuk Sool Won  Jittejutsu
 Marine Corps Martial Arts Program  Kendo
 Mixed martial arts  Kenjutsu
 Northern Praying Mantis  Krabi–krabong
 Ninjutsu  Kung fu
 Pankration  Kyūdō
 Pencak Silat  Kyūjutsu
 Sanshou  Modern Arnis
 Shidōkan Karate  Naginatajutsu
 Shōrin-ryū Shidōkan  Nguni stick-fighting
 Shoot boxing  Okinawan kobudō
 Shootfighting  Shurikenjutsu
 Shorinji Kempo  Silambam
 Systema  Sōjutsu
 T'ai chi ch'uan  Sword fighting
 Vajra-mushti  Wushu
 Vale tudo  Kumdo
 Vovinam  Wing Chun
 Xing Yi Quan Skirmish[edit]
 Zen Bu Kan Kempo
Weapons[edit]  Airsoft
 Laser tag
 Paintball
Cue sports[edit]

Axe throwing at the Ming Culture Village, a theme park


near the Yangshan Quarry, China

Pool balls

Two kendōka.

 Axe throwing
Snooker.

Main article: Cue sports

 Carom billiards
 Three-cushion
 Five-pins
 Balkline and straight rail
 Cushion caroms
 Four-ball (yotsudama) Horse racing at Arlington Park, 2007
 Artistic billiards
 Novuss (and cued forms of carrom) Sports using a horse.
 Pocket billiards (pool)
 Buzkashi
 Eight-ball
 Barrel racing
 Blackball (a.k.a. British eight-ball pool)
 Campdrafting
 Nine-ball
 Cirit
 Straight pool (14.1 continuous)
 Charreada
 One-pocket
 Chilean rodeo
 Three-ball
 Cross country
 Seven-ball
 Cutting
 Ten-ball
 Dressage
 Rotation
 Endurance riding
 Baseball pocket billiards
 English pleasure
 Cribbage (pool)
 Equitation
 Bank pool
 Eventing
 Artistic pool
 Equestrian vaulting
 Trick shot competition
 Gymkhana
 Speed pool
 Harness racing
 Bowlliards
 Horse racing
 Chicago
 Horseball
 Kelly pool
 Hunter
 Cutthroat
 Hunter-jumpers
 Killer
 Jousting
 Russian pyramid
 Pato
 Snooker
 Reining
 Sinuca brasileira
 Rodeo
 Six-red snooker
 Show jumping
 Snooker plus
 Steeplechase
 Hybrid carom–pocket games
 Sur-papakh
 English billiards
 Team penning
 Bottle pool
 Tent pegging
 Cowboy
 Western pleasure
 Obstacle variations
 Bagatelle Fishing[edit]
 Bar billiards Main article: Fishing
 Bumper pool
 Table Sports  Angling
 Foosball  Big-game fishing
 Casting
Equine sports[edit]  Noodling
 Spearfishing
 Sport fishing
 Surf fishing
 Rock fishing
 Fly fishing
 Ice fishing
Flying disc sports[edit]
Tyrone try for a goal against Westmeath in a Gaelic
football match

 Ancient games
 Chinlone
 Cuju
 Episkyros
 Harpastum
 Kemari
 Ki-o-rahi
Australia vs Canada ultimateplayers WUGC 2012 in  Marn Grook
 Woggabaliri
Japan. Ultimate Canada
 Yubi lakpi
Main article: Flying disc games  Medieval football
 Ba game
 Beach ultimate  Caid
 Disc dog  Calcio Fiorentino
 Disc golf  Camping (game)
 Disc golf (urban)  Cnapan
 Dodge disc  Cornish hurling
 Double disc court  Haxey Hood
 Flutterguts  Knattleikr
 Freestyle  La soule
 Freestyle competition  Lelo burti
 Goaltimate  Mob football
 Guts  Royal Shrovetide Football
 Hot box  Uppies and Downies
 Ultimate  Association football
 Jorkyball
Football[edit]
 Paralympic football
 Powerchair Football
 Reduced variants
 Five-a-side football
 Beach soccer
 Futebol de Salão
 Futsal
 Papi fut
 Indoor soccer
 Masters Football
Football player Lionel Messi shoots from just outside  Street football
the Manchester United penalty area during the 2009  Freestyle football
 Keepie uppie
UEFA Champions League Final
 Swamp football
Main article: Football  Three sided football
 Australian football
 Nine-a-side footy
 Rec footy
 Metro footy
 English school games
 Eton College
 Field game
 Wall game
 Harrow football
 Gaelic football
 Ladies' Gaelic football
 Gridiron football
 American football
 Eight-man football
 Flag football
 Indoor football
 Arena football
 Nine-man football
 Six-man football
 Sprint football
 Touch football
 Canadian football
 Street football (American)
Trampoline gymnast Jason Burnettat 2008 Canadian
 Rugby football
 Beach rugby National Championships
 Rugby league
Main article: Gymnastics
 Masters Rugby League
 Mod league
 Acrobatic gymnastics
 Rugby league nines
 Aerobic gymnastics
 Rugby league sevens
 Artistic gymnastics
 Tag rugby
 Balance beam
 Touch football
 Floor
 Wheelchair rugby league
 High bar
 Rugby union
 Parallel bars
 American flag rugby
 Pommel horse
 Mini rugby
 Still rings
 Rugby sevens
 Uneven bars
 Tag rugby
 Vault
 Touch rugby
 Juggling
 Rugby tens
 Rhythmic gymnastics
 Snow rugby
 Ball
 Hybrid codes
 Club
 Austus
 Hoop
 Eton wall game
 Ribbon
 International rules football
 Rope
 Samoa rules
 Rope jumping
 Speedball
 Slacklining
 Universal football
 Trampolining
 Volata
 Trapeze
Golf[edit]  Flying trapeze
Main article: Golf  Static trapeze
 Tumbling
 Miniature golf
Handball family[edit]
 Match play
 Skins game
 Speed golf
 Stroke play
 Team play
 Shotgun start
Gymnastics[edit]
The three components of triathlon: swimming, cycling,
running
A 7-meter throw in team handball. Decathlon, heptathlon, and the pentathlons consist
of ten, seven, and five component contests that are
Main article: Handball
scored together using one points system.
 Goalball
 Adventure racing
 Tchoukball
 Biathlon
 Team handball
 Duathlon
 Beach handball
 Decathlon
 Czech handball
 Heptathlon
 Field handball
 Icosathlon
 Torball
 Modern pentathlon
 Water polo
 Pentathlon
Hunting[edit]  Tetrathlon
Main article: Hunting  Triathlon
Sometimes considered blood sports. Orienteering family[edit]
 Beagling  Geocaching
 Big game hunting  Orienteering
 Deer hunting  Rogaining
 Fox hunting  Letterboxing
 Hare coursing  Waymarking
 Wolf hunting
Pilota family[edit]
Ice sports[edit]

 Bandy
 Rink bandy
 Broomball
 Curling
 Ice hockey
 Ringette
Valencian pilota.
 Ice yachting
 Figure skating
 American handball
 Single skating (men's and ladies' singles)
 Australian handball
 Pair skating
 Basque pelota
 Ice dancing
 Jai alai
Kite sports[edit]  Fives
 Eton Fives
 Kite buggy  Rugby Fives
 Kite fighting  Frisian handball
 Kite landboarding  Four square
 Kitesurfing  Gaelic handball
 Parasailing  Jeu de paume
 Snow kiting  Palla
 Sport kite (Stunt kite)  Patball
Mixed discipline[edit]  Valencian pilota
Racquet (or racket) sports[edit]
Racket sports are games in which players  Beach tennis
use rackets to hit a ball or other object.  Matkot
 Padel
 Paleta Frontón
 Pelota mixteca
 Pickleball
 Platform tennis
 Qianball
 Racketlon
 Racquetball
 Racquets
 Real tennis
 Soft tennis
Carolina Marín, a badminton player
 Speed-ball
 Speedminton
 Squash
 Hardball squash
 Squash tennis
 Stické
 Table tennis
 Tennis
 Tennis polo

Remote control[edit]

 Model aerobatics
 RC racing
 Robot combat
David Palmer and Tom Richards, two squash players  Slot car racing
Rodeo-originated[edit]
Sports that have originated from rodeos in the old
Western Americas.

 Bullriding
 Barrel Racing
 Bronc Riding
 Saddle Bronc Riding
 Bareback Bronc Riding
Uładzimir Samsonaŭ, a table tennisplayer  Roping
 Calf Roping
 Team Roping
 Steer Roping
 Steer Wrestling
 Goat Tying
Running[edit]

Justine Henin, a tennis player

 Badminton
 Ball badminton
 Basque pelota
 Frontenis
 Xare 200 meters sprint
Main article: Running  Cross-country skiing
 Telemark skiing
 Endurance  Ski jumping
 5K run  Ski touring
 10K run  Skijoring
 Cross-country running  Speed skiing
 Half marathon Sled sports[edit]
 Marathon
 Road running
 Ekiden
 Tower running
 Ultramarathon
 Snowshoe running
 Fell running
 Trail running
 Mountain running
 Skyrunning

 Sprint
 Hurdles
Sailing[edit]

United States Air Force Major Brady Canfield, 2003


U.S. skeletonchampion, shows his takeoff form.

Main article: Sledding

 Bobsleigh
 Luge
 Skibobbing
 Skeleton
 Toboggan
Shooting sports[edit]
Main article: Shooting sports
Sports using a firearm.
Windsurfing
 Clay pigeon shooting
Main article: Sailing  Skeet shooting
 Trap shooting
 Ice yachting  Sporting clays
 Land sailing  Target shooting
 Land windsurfing  Field target
 Sailing  Fullbore target rifle
 Windsurfing  High power rifle
 Kiteboarding  Benchrest shooting
 Dinghy sailing  Metallic silhouette
 Practical shooting
Snow sports[edit]
 Cowboy action shooting
Skiing[edit]  Metallic silhouette shooting
Main article: Skiing
Stacking[edit]
 Alpine skiing
 Freestyle skiing  Card stacking
 Nordic combined  Dice stacking
 Nordic skiing  Sport stacking
Stick and ball games[edit]

 Hornussen
Hockey[edit]

 Hockey
 Ball hockey
 Bando
 Bandy
 Rink bandy
 Broomball
 Moscow broomball
 Field hockey
 Indoor field hockey
 Floorball
 Ice hockey

Cillian Buckley in action for Kilkennyagainst Galway in


a hurling leaguegame

 Cammag
 Hurling
 Camogie
 Shinty
 Composite rules shinty-hurling
Lacrosse[edit]

 Lacrosse
Ice hockey players Roman  Box lacrosse
Hamrlikand Joffrey Lupul dueling for position  Field lacrosse
 Women's lacrosse
 Pond hockey  Intercrosse
 Power hockey Polo[edit]
 Sledge hockey
 Underwater ice hockey  Polo
 Ringette
 Rinkball
 Roller hockey
 Inline hockey
 Roller hockey (Quad)
 Skater hockey
 Rossall Hockey
 Spongee
 Street hockey
 Underwater hockey
 Unicycle hockey
A polo player.
Hurling and shinty[edit]
 Bicycle polo
 Canoe polo
 Cowboy polo
 Elephant polo
 Horse polo
 Segway polo
 Yak polo
Street sports[edit]  Racquetball
 Squash
 Free running  Squash tennis
 Freestyle footbag  Suicide (game)
 Freestyle football  Valencian frontó
 Powerbocking  Wallball
 Parkour  Wallyball
 Scootering Aquatic & paddle sports[edit]
 Street workout
These sports use water (a river, pool, etc.).
Tag games[edit]
Main article: Tag games Main article: Water sports
Further information: Outline of kayaking and
 British bulldogs (American Eagle) canoeing
 Capture the flag
Canoeing[edit]
 Hana Ichi Monme
 Hide and seek  Canoeing
 Jugger  Outrigger canoeing
 Kabaddi
 Kho kho Kayaking[edit]
Main article: Kayaking
 Kick the can
 Oztag
 Creeking
 Red rover
 Flyak
 Tag
 Freeboating
Walking[edit]  Sea kayaking
 Squirt boating
 Hiking  Surf kayaking
 Backpacking (wilderness)  Whitewater kayaking
 Racewalking
Rafting[edit]
 Bushwhacking
 Walking
Wall-and-ball[edit]

Rafting

 Rafting
 White water rafting
A game of squash
Rowing[edit]
Games involving opponents hitting a ball against a
wall/walls using a racket, or other piece of  Rowing (sport)
equipment, or merely gloved/barehanded.  Gig racing
 Coastal and ocean rowing
 American handball  Surfboat
 Australian handball  Single scull
 Basque pelota
Other paddling sports[edit]
 Butts Up
 Chinese handball
 Dragon boat racing
 Fives
 Stand up paddle boarding
 Gaelic handball
 International fronton
 Jorkyball
 Aquathlon (underwater wrestling)
 Freediving
 Immersion finswimming
 Scuba diving
 Spearfishing
 Snorkelling
 Sport diving (sport)
 Underwater hockey
 Underwater orienteering
 Underwater photography (sport)
Greece – Hungary water polo match (World Junior
 Underwater target shooting
Championship 2004 Naples, Italy)
Diving[edit]
Aquatic ball sports[edit]
 Cliff diving
Surface[edit]  Diving

 Water polo Weightlifting[edit]


 Canoe polo

Michael Phelps swimming breaststroke at the 2008


Missouri Grand Prix.
North Korean weightlifter Pak Hyon-Suk performing
 Waboba the snatch, one of the two lifts in the sport of Olympic
Underwater[edit] weightlifting.

 Underwater football Main articles: Olympic weightlifting and Powerlifting


 Underwater rugby
 Underwater hockey  Basque traditional weightlifting
 Bodybuilding
Competitive swimming[edit]  Highland games
Main article: Competitive swimming
 Olympic weightlifting
 Powerlifting
 Backstroke
 Strength athletics (strongman)
 Breaststroke
 Steinstossen
 Butterfly stroke
 Freestyle swimming Motorized sports[edit]
 Individual medley Auto racing[edit]
 Synchronized swimming
 Medley relay
Kindred activities[edit]

 Bifins (finswimming)
 Surface finswimming
Subsurface and recreational[edit]
Main articles: Underwater sports and Recreational
diving The start of a Formula One race in 2008

 Apnoea finswimming Main article: Auto racing


 Autocross (a.k.a. Slalom)
 Autograss
 Banger racing
 Board track racing
 Demolition derby
 Desert racing
 Dirt track racing
 Drag racing
 Drifting
MotoGP racing
 Folkrace
 Formula racing Main article: Motorcycle racing
 Formula Libre
 Formula Student  Auto Race
 Hillclimbing  Board track racing
 Ice racing  Cross-country rally
 Kart racing  Endurance racing
 Land speed records  Enduro
 Legends car racing  Freestyle motocross
 Midget car racing  Grand Prix motorcycle racing
 Monster truck  Grasstrack
 Mud bogging  Hillclimbing
 Off-road racing  Ice racing
 Pickup truck racing  Ice speedway
 Production car racing  Indoor enduro
 Race of Champions  Motocross
 Rally raid  Motorcycle drag racing
 Rallycross  Motorcycle speedway
 Rallying  Off-roading
 Regularity rally  Rally raid
 Road racing  Road racing
 Short track motor racing  Superbike racing
 Snowmobile racing  Supercross
 Sports car racing  Supermoto
 Sprint car racing  Supersport racing
 Street racing  Superside
 Stock car racing  Track racing
 Time attack  Trial
 Tractor pulling  TT racing
 Touring car racing  Free-style moto
 Truck racing
ATV racing[edit]
 Vintage racing
 Wheelstand competition
Motorboat racing[edit]
Main article: Offshore powerboat racing

 Drag boat racing


 F1 powerboat racing
 Hydroplane racing
 Jet sprint boat racing
 Offshore powerboat racing
 Personal water craft ATV racing on a motocross track

Motorcycle racing[edit]
 All-terrain vehicle competition
Marker sports[edit]

 Airsoft
 Archery
 Paintball  Rubik's Clock
 Darts  Skewb
Musical sports[edit]  Square-1
Strategy board games[edit]
 Color guard
 Drum corps
 Indoor percussion
 Marching band
 Show choir
 Winter guard
Fantasy sports[edit]
Sports seen in movies, literature, video games, etc.

 Quidditch
 Hunger Games (Gladiating)
 Rocket League
Other[edit]

 Stihl Timbersports Series


 Woodsman
Overlapping sports[edit]
Sports falling into two or more categories. A game of mahjong being played in Hangzhou, China

 Tennis Main article: Board Games


 Polocrosse
 Badminton  Arimaa
 Polo  Backgammon
 Chess
 Chess960 (Fischer Random Chess)
Mind sports[edit]  Losing chess
Main article: Mind sports  Checkers
Requiring little or no physical exertion or agility,  Chinese checkers
mind sports are often not considered true sports.  Diplomacy
Some mind sports are recognised by sporting  Dominoes
federations. The following list is intended to  Draughts
represent anything that is likely to be referred to as  Go
a mind sport, not to argue their validity as sports.
 Go-Moku
Card games[edit]  Jacquet
Main articles: Card game and List of card games  Mancala
 Mahjong
Other[edit]
 Reversi
 Risk
 Debating
 Scrabble
 Quizzing
 Shogi
Speedcubing[edit]  Sholo Guti
 Sogo (Score four)
 Speedcubing  Stratego
 2x2x2  Sudoku
 3x3x3  Xiangqi (Chinese chess)
 3x3x3 One-Handed
 4x4x4
 5x5x5
Competitive model sports[edit]
 6x6x6
 Model aircraft racing
 7x7x7
 Model yacht racing
 Megaminx
 Neppis
 Pyraminx
 Slot car racing  Cycling
 Rowing
Different classification[edit]  Swimming
 Wheelchair racing
Potentially other sports are listed here.  Wood chopping
Air sports[edit] Goal sports[edit]
Main article: Goal (sport)
 Banzai skydiving
Sports in which the method of scoring is through
 Bungee jumping goals.
 Hot air ballooning
Athletics (track and field)[edit]  Basketball family
 Football family
 Handball family
 Hockey family
 Lacrosse
 Polo
 Quidditch
Skating sports[edit]

 Aggressive inline skating


 Artistic roller skating
 Figure skating
 Freestyle slalom skating
 Ice dancing
 Ice skating
 Inline speed skating
 Rinkball
Pole vault
 Rink hockey
 Roller derby
 Steeplechase  Roller skating
 Cross country  Short track speed skating
 Jumping  Skater hockey
 Triple jump  Speed skating
 Long jump  Synchronized skating
 High jump Snowsports[edit]
 Pole vault
 Throwing
 Discus
 Hammer throw
 Javelin
 Shot put
 Racewalking
Electronic sports[edit]
Sports played using electronic devices. A snowboarder and a skier

 Combat robot
 Contesting
 Geo caching
 Radio-control vehicles
 Video gaming
Endurance sports[edit]

 Chariot racing
 Cross-country skiing A ski jumper using the V-style
 Running
 Boardercross  Headis
 Freestyle snowboarding  Janggi
 Mahjong (a.k.a. Taipei)
 Reversi (a.k.a. Othello)
 Shogi
 Scrabble
 Subbuteo
 Table football
 Table hockey
 Table tennis (a.k.a. ping pong)
 Xiangqi
Target sports[edit]
Freestyle skiing
Sports where the main objective is to hit a certain
target.
 Snowboarding
 Ski flying
 Archery
 Skibob
 Axe throwing
 Snowshoe running
 Bocce
 Skiboarding
 Bocce volo
See #Skiing  Boccia
 Bolas criollas
Strength sports[edit]
 Boules
Sports mainly based on sheer power.  Bowling
 Bowls a.k.a. lawn bowls
 Arm wrestling  Calva
 Cornhole
 Croquet
 Cue sports
 Darts
 Golf
 Horseshoes (horseshoe throwing)
 Jeu provençal (boule lyonnaise)
 Knife throwing
 Kubb
 Matball
Arm wrestling  Mölkky
 Pall mall
 Olympic weightlifting  Pétanque
 Powerlifting  Pitch and putt
 Rock climbing  Shooting
 Strongman  Shuffleboard
 Thumb wrestling  Skittles
 Toe wrestling  Skee ball
 Tug-o-war  Tournament of Knights
 Wood chopping  Trugo
 Wood splitting  Woodball
 Zourkhaneh
Team sports[edit]
Table sports[edit]
Sports that involve teams.
 Air hockey
 Backgammon
 Beer Pong
 Connect Four
 Cue sports
 Draughts (a.k.a. checkers)
 Dominoes
Fictional sports[edit]
Main article: List of fictional games § Sports

 43-Man Squamish
 Calvinball
 Quidditch (Harry Potter)
 Guyball

Miscellaneous sports[edit]
Match of lacrosse

Jack and Jill competition, Lumberjack World Logrolling


Championships, Hayward, Wisconsin, 2007.
 Chess boxing
 Basketball family  Competitive eating
 Bat and ball games  Egg and spoon race
 Bowling  Extreme ironing
 Basque pelota  Ferret legging
 Bunnock  Footbag (hacky sack)
 Camogie  Haggis hurling
 Football family  Lumberjack sports
 Gateball  Aizkolaritza
 Gaelic football  Axe throwing
 Handball  Logrolling
 Hardcourt Bike Polo  Wood chopping
 Hockey family  Wood splitting
 Horseshoe  Patball
 Hurling  Ringette
 Kickball  Sack race
 Lacrosse  Soap shoes
 Mesoamerican ballgame  Tennikoit
 Newcomb ball  Tetherball
 Polo  Three-legged race
 Paintball  Wallball
 Quidditch  Wife-carrying
 Ringette  Yoyoing
 Rowing  Object spinning
 Sepak takraw  Plate spinning
 Ultimate (sport)  Padiddling
 Underwater football
 Woodsman
 Volleyball
Windsports[edit]
Sports which use the wind (apart from sailing):

 Kite flying
 Parachuting
 Hot Air Balloon Racing