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.
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
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.
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)
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.
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.
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