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Sport

Organized by certain rules, the activities of people (athletes), consisting of a comparison of their physical and (or) intellectual abilities, as well as preparation for this activity and interpersonal relationships arising in its process.

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  1. Badminton

    A sports game in which opponents throw racquets over a net over a net, preventing it from falling on its side.

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  2. Basketball

    A sports team game with a ball in which the ball is thrown into the basket (ring) by the opponent

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  3. Baseball

    Team sports game with a baseball and bat. Two teams of nine players each participate in the competition.

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  4. Biathlon

    Winter Olympic sport combining skiing with rifle shooting.

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  5. Bobsled

    Winter Olympic sport, which is a downhill from the mountains along specially equipped ice tracks on guided sleds - beans.

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  6. Boxing

    Contact sport, single combat, in which athletes strike each other with punches in special gloves

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  7. Fight

    Martial arts, hand-to-hand combat of two people, in which everyone tries to overpower the other, knocking him down.

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  8. Cycling

    This movement on the ground using vehicles driven by the muscular strength of a person.

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  9. Water polo

    A sports team game that is played in water.

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  10. Volleyball

    A sport, a team sports game in which two teams compete in a special area separated by a grid, aiming to direct the ball to the opponent's side in such a way that he lands on the opponent's ground (finish off to the floor) or that the defending team player makes a mistake

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  11. Handball

    Team game with ball 7 for 7 players.

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  12. Golf

    A sports game in which individual participants or teams compete by driving a small ball into special holes with club strikes, trying to cover the allotted distance in a minimum number of strokes.

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  13. Skiing

    Descent from the snow-covered slopes on special skis.

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  14. Kayaking and Canoeing

    View of the unmanned rowing in kayaks or canoes.

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  15. Slalom

    The discipline of kayaking and canoeing, overcoming the speed marked by the gates of the distance: a section of a rapids river or artificial track.

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  16. Rowing

    A method of moving a ship along the surface of the water with the help of oars, set in motion by human muscular efforts.

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  17. Judo

    Japanese martial art, philosophy and unarmed combat sports, created at the end of the 19th century on the basis of jujutsu by the Japanese martial artist Jigoro Kano, who also formulated the basic rules and principles of training and competition.

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  18. Karate

    Japanese martial art, defense and attack system.

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  19. Kerling

    Team sports game on the ice ground. The participants of the two teams alternately launch special heavy granite shells on the ice towards the target marked on the ice.

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  20. Horseback Riding

    A general concept, which refers to various riding methods, types of competitions, sports games and exercises using horse riding and horses.

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  21. Athletics

    Olympic sport, including running, walking, jumping and throwing. Combines the following disciplines: cross-country types, sport walking, technical types (jumping and throwing), all-around events, runs (running on the highway) and crosses (cross-country running)

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  22. Nordic Combined

    An Olympic sport that combines ski jumping and cross-country skiing in its program.

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  23. Ski race

    A cyclic winter sport, in which they compete in the passage of time along a specially prepared snow track using cross-country skiing and ski poles.

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  24. Skiing

    Skiing began in Norway in the XVIII century.

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  25. Table tennis

    Olympic sport, a sports game with a ball, which uses special rackets and a game table, delimited by a net in half.

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  26. Sailing

    An active water sport in which athletes compete using sailing equipment installed mainly on yachts.

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  27. Swimming

    A sport or sports discipline, which consists in overcoming a swim in the least amount of time various distances.

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  28. Diving

    One of the water sports, a jump into the water, performed from various shells: a tower, or a springboard.

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  29. Trampoline Jumping

    Complex coordination sport, including individual jumps, synchronized jumps, jumps on an acrobatic track and jumps on a double mini trump.

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  30. Ski jumping

    A sport that includes ski jumping from specially equipped ski jumps.

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  31. Rugby

    Contact team sport, which arose in the 19th century in England, is one of the types of rugby football.

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  32. Tobogganing

    Winter Olympic sport in which participants compete in downhill sleigh rides on special tracks.

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  33. Surfing

    This is a water sport in which a person rides on the front or bottom of a moving wave, which usually moves towards the shore.

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  34. Rock climbing

    A sport and a type of outdoor activity, which consists in climbing natural or artificial terrain.

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  35. Skateboarding

    Extreme sport, consisting in skating, as well as in the performance of various tricks on a skateboard.

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  36. Skeleton

    Winter Olympic sport, which is a descent through an ice gutter on a double-track sled on a reinforced frame, the winner of which is determined by the sum of two or four races.

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  37. Ice-skating race

    Speed skating or speed skating is a sport in which it is necessary to overcome a certain distance on ice in a closed circle as fast as possible on skates.

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  38. Snowboard

    Winter Olympic sport, consisting in the descent from the snowy slopes and mountains on a special projectile - a snowboard

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  39. Modern Pentathlon

    A sport from the multi-sport class, in which participants compete in five disciplines: show jumping, fencing, shooting, running, swimming.

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  40. Softball

    Sports team ball game, a kind of baseball.

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  41. Gymnastics

    A sport that includes competitions in gymnastic apparatus, floor exercises and vaulting.

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  42. Shooting sport

    A sport in which participants compete in shooting from firearms and airguns.

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  43. Archery

    A sport in which archery is carried out with arrows at accuracy or range. The winner is the athlete or team that will score more points according to the rules of the competition. Olympic sport since 1900.

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  44. Tennis

    Tennis or big tennis is a sport in which either two players compete (a "single game") or two teams consisting of two players ("doubles game"),

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  45. Triathlon

    A sport, which is a multisports race, consisting of continuous successive passing by its participants in three stages: swimming, cycling and running, each of which comes from an independent cyclic sport.

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  46. Taekwondo

    Korean martial art.

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  47. Weightlifting

    Olympic sport, which is based on the implementation of exercises to lift the bar above your head.

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  48. Fencing

    One of the five sports included in the program of all the Olympic Games of our time.

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  49. Figure skating

    Speed skating sport, refers to complex co-ordination sports

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  50. Freestyle

    A type of skiing included in the program of the Winter Olympic Games.

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  51. Football

    Team sport, in which the goal is to score the ball into the opponent's goal with the feet or other parts of the body (except the hands) more times than the opposing team. Currently, the most popular and massive sport in the world

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  52. Hockey

    Type of sport, a family of games on ice, tartan, plastic, wooden or grassy ground, in which two teams try to hit (ball or puck) goal - the opponent's goal using the clubs

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  53. Gymnastics

    A sport consisting in performing various gymnastic and dance exercises to music without an object, as well as with an object.

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  54. Chess

    A table logic game with special figures on a 64-cell board for two rivals, combining elements of art (in terms of chess composition), science and sports

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  55. Short track

    Type of speed skating. In competitions, several athletes simultaneously ride on an oval ice track 111.12 m long.

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