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People Rarely Think A—Z For most questions, either users don't know the name of the thing they want, making A—Z listings useless; or the items have an inherent logic that dictates a different sort order, which makes A—Z listings directly harmful because they hide that logic.
Here's an example of the latter from our recent testing of whether it's a good idea to copy the design of successful websites : The left side of screenshot shows two of the options for narrowing the choices on Zappos category listing of women's shoes. Users can filter by width and heel hight shown , as well as by style, color, and so on not shown. This form of faceted navigation is often useful, but only when users understand their choices.
In our testing, users rarely employed filtering by width or heel height. In this case, the order of choices presents major usability problems. It's hard to understand the width widget, and it's even harder to use it to select an appropriate range of widths.
Imagine, for example, that you have wide feet and typically prefer shoes in widths EE or 3E. These two consecutive measures are at opposite ends of the widget. The same problem occurs if you prefer 1- or 2-inch heels. Few people are likely to understand the "OS" option; it should be spelled out "One Size" and follow the logical sequence of individual widths. Similarly, heel heights should be sorted from lowest to highest: Flat, Under 1in, 1in, Interestingly, after our study, Zappos redesigned their site: heel heights are now presented correctly, but widths are still alphabetized.
So, they now have the usability of their faceted navigation half right. Better Sorting than A—Z Widths and heights are ordinal data, meaning that they have an inherent monotonically increasing sequence. Such items should almost always be sorted accordingly. Other times, items have domain-related logical groupings. Or you might have an array of objects containing user information including names, for example, where you want to sort the users by their names.
This information could be anything alongside the name of the user. Instead, it will throw the same array but the items won't be in the order we want. We will use the sort method alongside the compare function to order this array of users by name.
We will use the compare function to define an alternative sort order. If the result is negative, a is sorted before b.
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Bat-and-Trap — an old English bat and ball game, in which a ball is projected into the air out of a trap using a bat, and then hit between posts 21 feet away. Baton Twirling — a metal rod called a baton, is manipulated, while simultaneously making coordinated dance moves. Bavarian Curling — another name for Ice Stock Sport. Beach Basketball — a version of basketball played on sand with two teams of three players.
Beach Flags — a surf lifesaving sport in which competitors race in the sand to collect a flag. Beach Golf — a simplified version of golf played on sand with a polyurethane foam ball. Beach Handball — a variation of Team Handball , played on sand instead of indoors. This sport is sometimes called Sandball. Beach Netball — netball played in the sand on a half court.
Beach Polo — polo on horseback though played on a sand field with sideboards so the ball is always in play. Beach Rugby — a version of rugby union played on sand. Beach Sambo — a modified version of sambo played on the sand, with bouts lasting three minutes, without penalties and mat wrestling. Beach Soccer — similar to association football but played on a beach or sand.
Beach Sprint Rowing — rowing race in the open water also involving a beach sprint. Beach Tennis — a sport which has elements from tennis and volleyball, and played on the beach. Beach Volleyball — a version of Volleyball played on sand with teams of two players, in which a ball is hit by hand over a high net, the aim being to score points by making the ball reach the ground on the opponent's side of the court.
Beach Water Polo — an open water version of Water Polo played on a smaller field with four players per team. Beach Woodball — a version of woodball played on sand that involves using a mallet to pass a ball through gates. Beach Wrestling — a standing up position style of wrestling conducted on beach sand. Behcup — similar to putting in golf, though the balls are hit into a small goal and not into a hole. Beikou Tarkbei also called Daur Hockey — a team sport unique to the Daur ethnic group in Inner Mongolia, that has a lot of similarities to field hockey.
Belt Wrestling — the aim is to knock down the opponent by grappling with their belt. Benchpress — the barbell bench press is one of three lifts in the sport of powerlifting. Participants lie on their back holding the weight on both hands, push it upwards, and then lower the weight again to the chest level.
Benchrest Shooting — a shooting sport where the participant shoots with a rifle at the bench. Biathle — consist of swimming and running as part of a single race. It is usually over a shorter distance than the similar Aquathlon. Biathlon — a combination of cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Bicycle Polo — similar to polo, though played on bicycles instead of horses.
Big Wave Surfing — experienced surfers paddle into or are towed onto waves that are at least 20 feet high. Bikejoring — a single dog or a team of harnessed dogs pull along a rider on a bike. Billiards — billiards is the historical umbrella term for a range of cue sports , though in some countries it refers to the specific game of English Billiards.
Biribol — an aquatic version of volleyball developed in Brazil. Blind Cricket — a modified version of cricket for blind athletes with a larger ball with bells inside.. Blind Football — 5-a-side Association football for athletes with a visual impairment. Boardercross — snowboarders race each other on a downhill winding course.
Also called Snowboard Cross. Bobsleigh — winter sport on a sled making timed runs down narrow, twisting, banked, ice tracks. Bodyboarding — a water sport in which the surfer stands or lays on a short board in the surf. Bodybuilding — participants show their developed muscular build through poses, and are judged based on muscularity, conditioning, and symmetry.
Bodyflight — an acrobatic sport involving skydiving or a vertical tunnel to perform maneuvers while in the air. Boli Khela — a form of wrestling that is practiced in Bangladesh and India. Boomerang Throwing — competitions involving throwing and catching boomerangs. Borden Ball — see Handball. Bossaball — played on an inflatable court with trampolines on each side of the net. Bouldering — a type of sport rock climbing in which competitors attempt to climb a series of fixed routes of increasing difficulty.
Boules — a collective name for a wide range of sports in which the objective is to throw or roll heavy balls as close as possible to a small target ball. Bowling — a general term of a large range of sports in which the player rolls a ball to knock down objects.
The most common variation is Tenpin Bowling. Bowls — commonly refers to Lawn Bowls. For other types of bowls sports, see Bowling. Box lacrosse — a version of lacrosse that is played in a smaller indoor arena box , with six players in each team. Boxing — a combat sport in which two players throw punches at each other. Brazilian Jiu-jitsu — a combat sport from Brazil based on ground fighting and submission holds, developed from judo and jujutsu.
Breakdancing — an athletic style of street dance. Breaststroke — one of the major swimming strokes, performed with the swimmer with his chest forward and facing towards to bottom of the pool. Bridge — a card game that is played by four players, playing in two competing partnerships. Players score points based on the number of tricks achieved.
British Baseball — a bat-and-ball game played in Wales and England similar to rounders. Broomball — a game like ice hockey played with a broom. Bull Fighting — involves one or more bulls that are being fought in a bullring. Bull Riding — a Rodeo Sport , that involves a rider getting on a large bull and attempting to stay mounted while the animal attempts to buck them off.
Bunnock — a kind of skittles game that is played with bones commonly known as "Game of Bones". Butterfly stroke — one of the major swimming stroke styles, swum on the breast, with both arms moving simultaneously, accompanied by a "dolphin kick". Buzkashi — a Central Asian sport like polo in which riders on horses attempt to drag a goat carcass toward the goal. There is a variant known as kokpar which is quite similar.
C Sports Caber Toss — a traditional Scottish sport in which the competition revolves around tossing forward a large tapered pole called a caber. Cageball — a type of indoor football soccer played on a small rectangular field surrounded by high walls. Calisthenics — a competitive team sport in which athletes perform elements of rhythmic gymnastics and ballet. Calva — a traditional Spanish sport in which you throw a piece of metal to knock down bull's horn-shaped piece of wood.
Camel Racing — racing camels with a jockey like in horse racing. Cammag — a sport similar to shinty or hurling from the Isle of Man. Camogie — the female version of hurling played in Ireland. Campdrafting — a sport from Australia where a rider on horseback attempts to cut out a cattle from its herd and drive it into a pen.
Canadian Football — a type of gridiron football that is played in Canada. Candlepin Bowling — a type of bowling like tenpin bowling using candlepins and smaller balls. Caneball — another name for the Myanmar Burmese traditional sport of Chinlone. Canicross — a variant of cross country running in which runners have to complete the course accompanied by their dogs. Canne de Combat — a French martial art in which opponents battle each other inside a ring with a cane in one hand.
A type of Stick-Fighting. Canoeing — paddle sport in which the rider kneels or sits facing forward in a canoe. Canoe Freestyle — a whitewater sport in which athletes on kayaks or canoes perform various moves in a fixed place called the playspot. Also known as Playboating. Canoe Marathon — athletes paddle a kayak or canoe over a long distance, often with out-of-water sections.
Canoe Polo — players in kayaks attempt to score by throwing or hitting a ball through a goal suspended two meters above the water. Canoe Slalom — a kayaking and canoeing sport in which athletes use a kayak or canoe to navigate through a course that consists of hanging gates on river rapids. Canoe Sprint — sprint canoe racing on flat water over distances from m to m. Capoeira — a form of martial art from Brazil which has a combination of aspects of dance moves, acrobatics, movements and music.
Canopy Piloting — a parachute skydiver performs aerial feats above a small body of water. Also called Pond Swooping. Car Ice Racing — cars race across a strip of frozen water. Carriage Driving — sports in which horses or ponies are hitched to a wagon, carriage, cart or sleigh by means of a harness.
Carom Billiards — A cue sport played on a felt-covered table with cues and billiard balls, in which the object is to score points by caroming your cue ball off both the opponent's cue ball and the object ball s with a single shot. Casting — fishing without fish, the objective is to test the accuracy and distance of a cast. Catchball — an easier version of volleyball in which players catch and throw the ball rather than hit it with their hands. Cestoball — an Argentinian female sport similar to netball.
Chase Tag — like the playground game of tag, a chaser has 20 seconds to tag an evader as they race around an obstacle course. Cheerleading — a dubious sport in which groups of cheerleaders do routines that are subjectively assessed.
Chess boxing — a combination of chess and boxing. Chilean Rodeo — two riders on horseback try to stop a calf. Chinese Handball — a form of American handball which is popular in the streets of NY, similar to Wallball. Chinlone — the traditional sport of Burma or Myanmar, a team sport combined with dance also known as Caneball. Chuckwagon Racing — a chuckwagon is pulled by four thoroughbred horses around a track.
Circle Rules Football — played on a circular field with one central goal in which teams score in opposing directions using a yoga ball. Clay Pigeon Shooting — shooters try to shoot flying targets like clay pigeons or clay targets. Clean and Jerk — one of the events Olympic weight lifting competition. Clout Archery — a form of Archery, similar to Target Archery, except you aim at a flag among a group of concentric circular scoring zones from long range.
Club Throw — a track and field disabled sports event, the objective is to throw a wooden club as far as possible. Coastal Offshore Rowing — a type of rowing performed on open water, requiring wider and more robust boats than those used on rivers and lakes. Collegiate Wrestling — a wrestling style practiced exclusively in the United States at a collegiate level.
Combined Driving — a driver on a carriage pulled by horses takes part in three events: dressage, marathon and cones. Competitive Eating — involves participants competing on who can consume the most food in a short period of time.
Corkball — a sport derived from baseball with a smaller ball that can be played on a much smaller field often referred to as mini-baseball. Cornhole — a bag toss game, in which you throw a small soft bag towards an angled board with a hole at the far end. Cowboy Action Shooting — involves shooting targets with a variety of guns that were typical of the late 19th century. Cowboy Mounted Shooting — involves shooting at targets while riding a horse. Cowboy Polo — similar to regular Polo, though riders compete with western saddles, usually in a smaller arena and with an inflatable rubber medicine ball.
Court Tennis — another name for Real Tennis. Crab Soccer or Crab Football — football with players supporting themselves on their hands and their feet, face up, which makes them look like crabs. Crazy Golf — a common name for Minigolf. Cricket — a team sport played on a rectangular pitch in the centre of a large grass oval, two batters protect their wicket while the fielding team try to get them out.
Forms include Test , One-Day and T Croquet — players hit balls along the ground through hoops using a wooden mallet. Crossbow Archery — an archery discipline in which a crossbow is used instead of a regular bow. Cross-Country Equestrian — horse riders are required to jump over 30 to 40 obstacles within a fixed time, incurring penalties for exceeding the allocated time or if a horse refuses to clear an obstacle.
Cross-Country Skiing — races over snow-covered terrain using skis. Cross-Country Mountain Biking — off-road cycling races over rough terrain. Cross-Country Rally — another name for Rally Raid , an extended form of off-road rally racing. Cross-Country Running — distance running races over natural terrain. Crossnet — a cross between volleyball and 4-square, played with a four-way net.
Cross Triathlon — a variation of the traditional triathlon, with a swim stage, mountain-biking stage and a trail-running stage. Crossfit — a strength and conditioning program involving short but high-intensity workouts comprised of functional exercises. Not really a sport, but they do organize fitness competitions such as the CrossFit Games. Crossminton — badminton played with no net adapted to make it suitable for playing outdoors formerly called Speed Badminton or Speedminton.
Cue Sports Billiards — a general term for a large range of indoor sports played on a felt top table, with or without pockets. Examples include Pocket Billiards Pool and Snooker. Cup Stacking — see the sport of Sport Stacking.
Curling — players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards the target area. Cushion Caroms — a cue sport and Carom Billiards discipline, played on a pocketless table with two white balls and a red ball. The aim is to carom off of both object balls with at least one rail being struck before the hit on the second object ball. Cutting — an American western style sport of the equestrian discipline in which the objective for a rider on a horseback is to separate a few cows from its herd and prevent them from returning.
Cycling — there is a large range of sports involving riding a bicycle. Cycle Ball — the gameplay is similar to that of association football, but is played with each player riding a bicycle. Cycle Polo — see Bicycle Polo. Cycle Speedway — replicating motor speedway using bicycles. Cycling Time Trial — a bicycle race in which cyclists race alone against the clock.
Cyclo-Cross — a type of bicycle racing, a winter sport performed over various terrain. D Sports Dancesport — Dancesport is the competitive form of Ballroom and Latin Dancing, in which contestants perform dances before judges. Dandi Biyo — a game from Nepal played with two sticks; the long stick is used to strike the shorter one in the air.
Danish Longball — a bat and ball game developed in Denmark, like a hybrid of baseball and cricket. Dartchery — a combination of darts and archery, using bows and arrows typically used for archery, but the target is a dartboard. Darts — a throwing game in which small missiles are thrown at a target, which is called a dartboard.
Daur Hockey — another name for Beikou Tarkbei — an old Chinese sport similar to field hockey. Deadlifting — a powerlifting event where participants lift a loaded barbell off the ground to the hips, and then lower it back to the ground. Deaf Basketball — basketball that is played by deaf people.
Players use sign language to communicate with each other including the refs. Decathlon — track and field event comprising 10 events held over two days. Demolition Derby — involves drivers hammering their vehicles against each other. Digor — a sport from Bhutan in which a pair of spherical flat stones are hurled at two targets fixed in the ground 20 meters apart.
Disc Dog — dog frisbee competitions of distance catching and choreographed freestyle catching. Disc Golf — golf using a frisbee disc, the objective is to traverse a course from start to end with the fewest number of throws. Disc Sports — various sports or games played using flying discs frisbees. Discus — track and field event where athletes attempt to throw a heavy disc object far as they can. Diving — an aquatic sport where athletes dive into the water from a raised launch pad, while performing acrobatic movements.
Dodgeball — two teams throw balls at each other while trying to avoid the balls. Dog Agility — dogs have to navigate through a course that has various types of obstacles under the direction of a handler. Dog Racing — greyhounds chase a lure around a track. Dog Sledding — teams of dogs pull a sled with the driver. Dog Sports — general term for sporting activities that involve dogs which are mostly not even sports. Downhill Skiing — participants slide down a snow-covered hill using skis with fixed bindings.
Downhill Mountain Biking — biking sport that is held on steep and rough terrain. Drag boat racing — drag racing that is held on the water with boats. Drag racing — automobiles or motorcycles race down a straight track. Dragon Boat Racing — a paddling sport using a traditional Chinese long boat with up to 20 paddlers. Dressage — an equestrian sport in which riders and horses perform from memory a series of predetermined events.
Drifting — car drivers take corners at speed and the back wheels slide out, and are judged according to the speed, angle, showmanship and line taken through a corner. Drone Racing — competitors race with specially built multi-rotor drones around a natural or specifically designed course not a sport. It is a concept in traditional Chinese martial arts.
Duathlon — similar to triathlon, running first, then cycling, then running again. Duckpin bowling — a type of pin bowling, though with smaller balls. Dumog — a Filipino style of wrestling while standing upright. E Sports Ecuavoley — a variant of volleyball though the net is higher and played with three players, invented and played in Ecuador.
Eight-Ball — a cue sport , which is one of the most popular variants of pool, using 15 colored balls numbered from 1 to Eight-man Football — a mini version of American Football played by high schools with smaller enrollments. Ekiden — long-distance relay running typically held on roads. Elephant Polo — a form of Polo , played on the back of elephants instead of on horseback. Endurance Racing — a motorsport where teams of two or four race for long distances, that tests their physical endurance and the durability of their vehicles.
Endurance Riding — an equestrian discipline, where riders and horses compete in races over very long distances. Endurance Running — track and field running races over distances of 3kms and greater. Enduro — a motorcycle sport with the main objective to traverse a series of checkpoints, arriving exactly at a predetermined time.
The courses are usually run over thickly wooded terrain, sometimes with large obstacles. Endurocross — hybrid sport combining elements from Supercross, Enduro, and Trials also called indoor enduro. English Billiards — sometimes just called Billiards, requires two cue balls and a red object ball. The game features both cannons caroms and the pocketing of balls as objects of play, scoring points for each of these.
See Cue Sports. Equestrian — competitions testing horse riding skills. Equestrian Vaulting — a gymnastics and dance discipline completed on horseback. Eton Fives — a handball sport derived from the English sport Fives. European Team Handball — another name for the sport of Handball. Eventing — riders compete in three types of races, dressage, cross-country and show jumping, in a single competition.
Expedition racing — an endurance event combining two or more disciplines. More commonly called Adventure Racing. Extreme Canoe Slalom — a fast-paced kakayaking sport in which four athletes race each other on a whitewater course through up and downstream gates whilst also completing an eskimo roll. F Sports Fast Pitch Softball — the competitive form of softball, where the pitcher's arm rotates degrees around the shoulder until the ball is released from the hand.
Fast5 — a variation of netball , formerly known as Fastnet, with only 5 players per team. Fell Running — running races done off-road and mostly uphill. Fencing — competitors face each other and attempt to touch each other with the tip of a thin sword. Field Archery — a form of Archery that involves shooting at targets of varying distance, often in rough terrain. Field Handball — the original version of Handball, played outdoors on a larger field and with more players. It is also known as Outdoor Handball or Grass Handball.
Field Hockey — played outdoors on turf, players hit a hard round ball through goals using sticks with curved ends. Field Lacrosse — a full-contact outdoor men's version of lacrosse. Field Target — an outdoor air gun discipline. Fierljeppen — contestants using a long pole, vault across a canal. Also called Canal Jumping. Figure Skating — an artistic ice skating sport where athletes perform routines on an ice rink.
Includes the disciplines of Ice Dancing and Synchronized Skating. Finnish Skittles — opposing players take turns to knock down their opponent's skittles. Finswimming — an underwater swimming sport where athletes race against each other while wearing breathing apparatus.
Fishing — usually a recreational activity, though when in competition it can be a sport. See Sport Fishing. Fistball — an outdoor team sport similar to volleyball. Fisticuffs — another name for bare-knuckle boxing. Five-a-Side Football — each team fields five players on a smaller pitch, with smaller goals and a reduced game duration. Five-pin bowling — a bowling variant from Canada with smaller balls and only 5 pins.
Five-Pin Billiards — a Carom Billiards discipline popular in Italy and Argentina, in which points are gained by using one's cue ball to cause the opponent's cue ball to knock over pins. Fives — an English sport in which a ball is propelled against the walls in a specially designed court by using a bare or gloved hand.
Flag Football — similar to American football but instead of tackling players the defensive team have to remove a flag from the ball carrier. Flight Archery — a form of archery in which the aim is to shoot the arrow as far as possible. Floor Gymnastics — gymnasts perform a tumbling and dance routine on a floor space. Floor Hockey — refers to a collection of indoor hockey sports that were derived from various hockey codes, played on dry, flat floor surfaces such as a gymnasium or basketball court.
Floorball — a type of floor hockey sport played indoors, popular in Nordic countries. Flyboarding — an extreme water sport in which athletes perform tricks while wearing a water jetpack attached to a jet ski. Footbag — group of sports that is named after the ball "Footbag" that is used to play the sport. Sports include Freestyle and Footbag Net.
Footbag Net — players have to kick a footbag over a 5ft high net. Football — Around the world, Football mostly refers to Association Football , also known as Soccer in some places. Football Tennis — also known as futnet, played by kicking a ball over a low net, with a bounce allowed. Footgolf — a mix of golf and football, where players use football skills to kick a ball into holes.
Footpool — novelty version of billiards using an oversized table and soccer balls. Footvolley — like beach volleyball though you can only use your feet. Formula Racing — motor racing using open-wheeled single-seat vehicles. Four Square — schoolyard ball game played in a quadrant. Four-Ball — a Carom Billiards discipline, played on a pocketless table with four balls 2 red, 2 white , where a point is scored when a player caroms on any two other balls, and two points are scored when the player caroms on each of the three other balls.
A variant played in Asia is called Yotsudama. Frame Running — a track and field racing sport for disabled athletes, in which they run while holding a specially designed tricycle. Previously called Racerunning.
Freerunning — a version of parkour that adds acrobatic moves that are purely aesthetic, also known as tricking. Freestyle Flying Disc — creative, acrobatic, and athletic maneuvers with a flying disc. Freestyle Footbag — performing various tricks with a footbag. Freestyle Football — athletes compete to perform various tricks using a football. Freestyle Motocross — competition based upon points for acrobatic ability on an MX bike over jumps. See also Motocross. Freestyle Skateboarding — performing tricks with a skateboard while flat ground skateboarding.
Freestyle Skiing — different forms of freestyle skiing including Aerial skiing, Mogul skiing, Ski ballet, Ski cross, Half-pipe skiing, Slopestyle skiing. Freestyle Slalom Skating — involves performing tricks around a straight line of equally spaced cones while wearing inline skates. Freestyle Snowboarding — competitors ride on a snowboard and do tricks along as they descend shoulders onto the mat to earn maximum scores.
Freestyle Swimming — in these events competitors can swim using any stroke of their choice. Freestyle Wrestling — the objective is to pin down the opponent's shoulders onto the mat, the legs are allowed to be used. Frescoball see Matkot. Frisian Handball — a traditional sport from the Netherlands in which players attempt to land a ball at the end of a long rectangular field.
Fullbore target rifle — using rifles, shooters hit the paper targets in a prone position. Futsal — a variant of association football played on a smaller field usually indoors. Fuzzball — a street version of baseball played in some regions of the US. G Sports Gaelic Football —a type of football from Ireland with a goal similar to that used in rugby but having a net attached below the crossbar. The object is to kick or punch the round ball into the net three points or over the crossbar one point.
Gaelic Handball — a wall-based sport, played in Ireland, similar to squash though the ball is hit with the hand. Gateball — a team sport played with a wooden mallet and wooden balls. Each player attempts to strike their allocated ball through all the gates and finally strike the goal pole. Giant Slalom — downhill skiers have to navigate through a fixed set of gates, spaced farther apart than in Slalom though not as much as in Super-G , therefore medium-sized turns.
Gilli-Danda — a South Asian game played with two sticks; the long stick is used to strike the shorter one in the air. Gliding — an air sport in which pilots use an unpowered aircraft. Glima — a belt wrestling style from Scandinavia, based on a popular sport of the Vikings from over years ago.
Goalball — a Paralympic sport for blind athletes using a ball with bells. Golf — players use a club to hit balls into a series of holes on a course, using the fewest number of strokes. Golf Croquet — a popular form of croquet in which each player takes a stroke in turn, trying to hit a ball through the same hoop.
Gorodki — a folk sport from Russia, where competitors strike down a group of cylindrical wooden objects by throwing a bat. Grass Skiing — involves skiing on grass-covered slopes on skis with wheels. Greyhound Racing — a dog sport also called Dog Racing. Guts — a disc sport derived from dodgeball, where players try to strike their opponents with a frisbee.
Gymkhana — a multi-game equestrian event that is performed to display the talents of the horses and their riders. Gymnastics — a range of sports combining tumbling and acrobatic feats, usually done with apparatus. Two main sports: Rhythmic Gymnastics and Artistic Gymnastics. H Sports Half-Pipe Skiing — athletes perform tricks while riding on a half-pipe wearing snow skis. Hammer throw — a track and field event in which a heavy weight at the end of a wire is thrown for distance.
Handball — a sport usually played indoors between teams of seven players, who pass a ball to throw it into the goal of the other team. Hang Gliding — a type of air sport in which the rider flies a non-motorized aircraft called a hang glider. Hardball Squash — like the indoor court sport of squash , but with a much harder ball. Hare Coursing — hares are chased by greyhounds using their sight rather than scent.
Harness Racing — horses trot or pace while pulling a driver in a sulky. Headis — combining table tennis and soccer, players use their heads to hit a soccer ball across the table tennis table and net. Heptathlon — a women's track and field multi-event comprising 7 events. High Diving — athletes dive into the water from considerably large heights.
High Jump — an Olympic Track and Field event in which the participants attempt to jump over the highest bar. High Power Rifle — shooting competition using rifles such as the service rifle. Hill Climb — riding on a motorcycle, one competitor at a time attempts to ride up a very steep hill. The rider to reach the top if anyone makes it with the shortest elapsed time wins.
There is also a car version of this sport, Hillclimbing. Hillclimbing — car drivers race on an uphill course in a time trial format. Hockey — a large range of indoor and outdoor team sports that involve hitting a ball into a net. See Ice Hockey and Field Hockey. Hockey Fives — a shorter and faster variant of field hockey played on a smaller field with fewer players. Horizontal Bar — artistic gymnastics event also known as high bar, where athletes perform aerial stunts on a horizontal bar. Hornussen — a traditional Swiss sport farmer's golf , where the hornusser knocks a nut through the air with a long flexible rod.
Horse Polo — the traditional polo sport. Polo is also played on other animals such as Elephants and Yaks. Horse Pulling — one or two horses harnessed to a weighted sled pull for the greatest distance. Horse Racing — equestrian sport that involves jockeys riding horses or being pulled along by horses. Horse Soccer — a variation of Pushball , a team sport where an inflated ball is driven through a goal while riding a horse.
Horseball — like a combination of polo, rugby and basketball, played on horseback where a ball with six handles around it is carried and shot through a high net to score. A similar sport is Pato. Horseback Archery — shooting arrows at targets while riding a horse. Horseshoes — players toss horseshoes at stakes in the ground. Hot Air Ballooning — see Ballooning. Hovercraft Racing — racing events usually done on tracks, just like auto racing, but part of the track is water and there is some part which is grass.
Hunting — an activity that involves tracking and killing animals with various weapons not a sport? Hurdles Track and Field — a track and field sport that involves running and jumping over obstacles at speed. Hurling — a Gaelic outdoor team sport where players use a wooden stick to hit a ball between the opposing team's goalposts. Hydroplane Racing — racing of hydroplanes on an oval course mostly on lakes or rivers. I Sports Ice Canoeing — a team sport in which a five-member crew completes a course, in which riders have to push their canoe on the frozen parts of the river as well as row in the water.
Ice Climbing — athletes climb vertical ice formations with the use of ropes and other protective gear. Ice Cross Downhill — an extreme winter racing sport that involves direct racing of multiple skaters on a downhill course. Ice Dancing — one of the events in Figure Skating , which has its roots in ballroom dancing. Ice Hockey — a contact sport that is played on ice while wearing skates and using a stick to hit a puck into a goal.
Ice Racing — racing of motorized vehicles on predominantly natural ice surfaces like frozen lakes or rivers. Ice Speedway — similar to Motorcycle Speedway Racing, though using a motorbike developed specifically for racing on ice. The bikes race anti-clockwise around oval tracks between and meters in length. Ice Skating — a range of sports that involve traveling on ice using metal blades attached to shoes, such as ice hockey, figure skating and speed skating.
Ice Sledge Racing — a winter Paralympic sport in which contestants use a lightweight sledge and propel themselves using two poles. Ice Stock Sport — a winter sport similar to curling, in which ice-stocks are slid across the ice to a target area. Also called Bavarian Curling. Ice Track Cycling — racing a modified bicycle around a m frozen track. Ice Yachting — sail boats called ice yachts are used to race on frozen lakes and rivers.
Icosathlon — a double decathlon consisting of 20 events, including the 10 traditional decathlon events with 10 additional track and field events. Indoor Cricket — a modified version of cricket played indoor with nets for walls. Indoor Field Hockey — indoor team sport that was derived from field hockey. Indoor Netball — a variation of netball , played indoors with netting all around the court. Indoor Rowing — competitions performed on a rowing machine that simulates the on-water action.
Indoor Soccer — an indoor version of Association Football developed in North America with side walls keeping the ball in play. Indoor Triathlon — swimming in an indoor pool, cycling on a stationary bike, and running on an indoor track or treadmill. Inline Hockey — similar to ice hockey , players move around on a wooden or concrete surface wearing inline skates. Inline Skating — also known as roller blading, a variety of sports performed while wearing skates with two to five polyurethane wheels arranged in a single line.
Inline Speed Skating — athletes use inline skates to race around tracks. Intercrosse — a non-contact version of lacrosse. International Fronton — played by striking a ball onto a wall with bare hands, using rules adapted from many wall ball sports. International Game — a team sport that is played by striking a ball with hands, created so that players from similar handball sports could play against each other.
Irish Road Bowling — competitors attempt to take the fewest throws to propel a metal ball along a predetermined course of country roads. Ironman Surflifesaving — combines four major aspects of surf-lifesaving into a single race: swimming, board paddling, ski paddling, and beach running. Popular in many Latin American countries. Javelin — track and field event involving throwing a spear-like implement as far as possible.
Jereed — a traditional Turkish team equestrian sport in which the objective is to throw blunt wooden javelins at players of the opposing team. Jet Ski Racing — a water sport similar to powerboat racing, in which riders use jet skis to compete. Jetsprint — a high-speed boat racing sport in which a team of two riders, race through a course by themselves in a time-trial format also known as sprint boat racing.
Jianzi — a traditional Chinese national sport, where players aim to keep a shuttlecock-type object in the air by kicking it, usually played with a net between teams. Also called Shuttlecock. Joggling — running jogging races while juggling. Jokgu — a Korean sport that resembles a mix of football and volleyball. Jorkyball — a type of indoor soccer played between teams of two on a small rectangular field surrounded by glass walls.
Judo — the objective is to throw or takedown the opposing player to the ground. Jukskei — a folk sport from South Africa where competitors throw wooden pins to try and knock down a target wooden peg. K Sports Kabaddi — a "raider" enters the opposite team's half to tag opponents without taking a breath. Kaisa — a cue sport type carom billiards mainly played in Finland. Kalaripayattu — an ancient martial art from Kerala, India. Karate — a martial art developed in Japan that uses punching, kicking, knee strikes, elbow strikes, and some open-hand techniques.
Kart Racing — an open-wheel motorsport variant that uses small, open, four-wheeled vehicles called karts or go-karts. Kayaking — boat races using a small, narrow boat propelled using a double-bladed paddle. Kayak Football — participants in kayaks attempt to get a small soft football into the end zone.
Kegel — a German nine-pin bowling game played in Australia. Kelly Pool — type of pocket billiard game played on a standard pool table, with fifteen numbered markers which player select from. Kemari — Japanese traditional sport with the aim to keep one ball in the air.
Kendo — a form of Japanese martial art that originated from kenjutsu, using bamboo swords and armor. Kettlebell Lifting — a weight lifting sport performed with kettlebells, which are heavy weights that resemble a cannonball with a handle. Kho Kho — the team that is quickest to tag all the opponents wins the game, from India. Kickball — a type of baseball where the players kick the ball, instead of striking it with a bat. Kickboxing — a group of stand-up combat sports based on kicking and punching.
Kilikiti — a traditional Tuvalu sport similar to cricket. Kin-Ball — played with three teams and a large inflated ball. Ki-o-rahi — a traditional New Zealand Maori game played on a circular field. Kite Fighting — battle to cut the lines on the opponents' kites.
Kite Foil Racing — kiteboard racing on boards with a hydrofoil that extends below the board into the water. Kite Landboarding — using a kite and wind power to manoeuver a huge skateboard-type board over land. Kite Boarding — a group of sports that use a kite for power and a board for support, such as Kitesurfing , Kite Landboarding , Snowkiting.
Kitesurfing — a board and kite are used on the water utilizing different styles consisting of freeride, speed, down winders and racing. Klootschieten — German sport in which participants throw a ball as far as they can. Kneeboarding — a waterskiing event where a participant is pulled along while kneeling on a convex board. Knife Throwing — like archery, the knife is thrown towards a target. Kolf — an indoor sport from the Netherlands, the aim is to get a ball as close to a pole as possible with rings marked on the ground around the target used to determine the score.
Korfball — a mixed-gender ball sport that is similar to netball and basketball, developed in The Netherlands. Krav Maga — a martial art system developed in Israel known for its focus on real-world situations and its extreme efficiency. Krolf — a mix of croquet and golf from Denmark, players use a mallet to hit the ball into a hole. Kronum — a team sport that combines aspects of football, handball, basketball, and rugby into a single sport.
Kubb — a lawn game where the object is to knock over wooden blocks 'kubbs' by throwing wooden batons at them. Kung Fu — a general term for Chinese martial arts, the competition format is Wushu. Kurash — folk wrestling style from Central Asia in which wrestlers use towels to hold their opponents, and their goal is to throw their opponents off the feet.
L Sports Lacrosse — a team game, originally played by North American Indians, in which the ball is thrown, caught, and carried with a long-handled stick with a piece of shallow netting at one end. Lagori — from Southern India, this game involves a ball and a pile of flat stones. A member of one team throws a soft ball at a pile of stones to knock them over, then tries to restore the pile of stones while the opposing team throws the ball at them also known as Lingocha.
Land Sailing — racing in three-wheeled vehicles moving across land powered by wind through the use of a sail. Also known as sand yachting or land yachting. Land Speed Records — in various vehicle classes, competitors attempt to create the fastest time over a fixed distance. Two runs are required in opposite directions within one hour to set a new mark.
Land Windsurfing — similar to traditional Windsurfing though performed on land rather than water, using a four-wheeled deck to travel across the surface. Also known as "Terrasailing", "street sailing", "land sailing" and "dirt windsurfing". Lapta — a Russian traditional bat and ball game. The aim of the game is to hit a ball, served by a player of the opposite team, with a bat as far as possible, then run across the field, and if possible back again.
Laser Run — four legs of laser pistol shooting followed by an m run. Laser Tag — a skirmish sport in which players attempt to score points by tagging targets, typically with a hand-held infrared-emitting targeting device. Lawn Bowls — the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". Lawn Mower Racing — motorsport where participants use race-modified lawn mowers. Lead Climbing — climbers attempt to get highest on challenging route on a vertical wall within a pre-determined timeframe.
Lelo Burti — a Georgian folk sport, a full-contact ball game very similar to rugby. Lethwei — an unarmed Burmese martial art similar to other kickboxing styles from the region. Letterboxing — an outdoor sport that combines orienteering, art, and puzzle solving. Small weatherproof boxes are hidden in publicly accessible places like parks and clues are distributed to find the box.
Similar to GeoCaching. Log Rolling — two challengers attempt to stay on a floating log the longest. Longboarding — a skateboarding sport in which athletes use a longboard to compete in downhill races. Long Drive — golf competition in which players attempt to hit the ball the longest distance.
Long Jump — a track and field event where the participant attempts to jump the longest into a sand pit. See also the similar Triple Jump. Long Track Motorcycle Speedway — a version of motorcycle speedway, but taking place on longer tracks at much higher speeds. Longue Paume — an outdoor version of the racket sport, jeu de paume , played without a net. Luge — a Winter Olympic sport in which competitors race down an ice track in a small one- or two-person sled lying supine face up and feet-first.
Lumberjack — competitions involving many different events, including log rolling, chopping, timed hot power saw and bucksaw cutting, and pole climbing. M Sports Mallakhamba — a traditional Indian sport, where athletes perform various types of gymnastics moves and hold various poses on a vertical wooden pole or a rope. Marathon — a distance running athletics event over Marching Band — a large team of participants play musical instruments as they perform various routines while moving around on a huge outdoor field.
Mas Wrestling — participants sit and face each other with their feet braced against a board and each with both hands on a stick. The aim is to pull the other player over to your side. Matkot — a beach paddle sport from Israel that is very similar to beach tennis. Also called Frescobol. Metallic Silhouette Shooting — players compete to test their skills by shooting at silhouette metal targets. Metro Footy — a modified version of Australian football played on a rectangular field, predominantly in the USA.
Middle Distance — a set of track and field running events over distances such as m, m, not a sprint and not an endurance race. Military Pentathlon — a competition involving a shooting phase, obstacle run, obstacle swimming, grenade throwing, and cross-country running. Mind Sports — a family of sports in which the objective is to test mental strength rather than physical strength. Some may be considered actual sports such as speed cubing , while others not memory, chess.
Minigolf or Miniature Golf — a game utilizing only the putting aspect of Golf, played on short holes on artificial putting surfaces often with obstacles. Officially called minigolf, but also can be called by the name miniature golf, mini-golf, midget golf, goofy golf, shorties, extreme golf, put-put, crazy golf, adventure golf, mini-putt and many others.
Mini Rugby — a modified version for Rugby Union , to make the sport suitable to be introduced to children. Mixed Martial Arts MMA — a full-contact individual combat sport that includes aspects of several other combat sports and martial arts. Modern Pentathlon — an Olympic sport that comprises five events: fencing, m freestyle swimming, show jumping, and a combined event of pistol shooting and m cross country run.
Mogul Skiing — snow skiers compete on a specially designed downhill course, in which the primary focus is on the technique used for turns, aerial maneuvers, and speed. Mongolian Wrestling — a folk wrestling style from the Mongolian region, in which the aim is to get your opponent to touch his upper body, knee or elbow to the ground. Moscow Broomball — a variation of Broomball, an ice hockey type sport, played in Moscow and only by non-Russians.
Motoball — similar to football, except all players except goalkeepers are riding motorcycles, and the ball is much bigger also called Motorcycle Polo. Motocross — a form of motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits which include embankments and jumps. See also Freestyle Motocross. Motorcycling Road Racing — a motorcycle sport involving racing motorcycles as teams or individuals around a circular track. At the elite level it is in the form of MotoGP racing.
Also known as Moto racing and Bike racing. Motorcycle Gymkhana — a motorcycle time trial sport around cones on a paved area. The winner is the competitor who completes the course in the shortest time. Time penalties are incurred by putting a foot down, hitting a cone, or going outside the designated area. It is similar to car Autocross. Motorcycle Sidecar Racing — rider and a passenger compete in custom-built vehicles. Motorcycle Speedway — a Motorsport in which the motorcycles have one gear and no brakes, and race around a circular track.
Also commonly known by just Speedway. Variations include Ice Speedway. Motorcycle Trials — a test of skill on a motorcycle whereby the rider attempts to cover rocky terrain without placing a foot on the ground. The winner is the rider with the least penalty points. Motorsports — includes a wide range of sports, each linked with its use of a motor to propel a driver, and all have an element of thrill and danger for the driver and spectator.
Mountain Biking — held on steep and rough terrain, involving jumps, rock gardens, and other obstacles. Mountain Unicycling — an adventure sport that consists of traversing rough terrain on a unicycle. Mountainboarding — an action board sport like a snowboard with wheels or a cross-country skateboard. Mountaineering — the sport of mountain climbing. Mounted Orienteering — participants navigate from start to end through control points, usually on horseback.
Muay Thai — a full-contact fighting sport in which fighters try to defeat their opponents by using different techniques that make use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins. Mud Bogging — an off-road motorsport that involves driving a vehicle through a muddy course. Muggle Quidditch — the playable version of the sport of Quidditch invented for the Harry Potter books. N Sports Naginatajutsu — a Japanese martial art of wielding the naginata, a weapon resembling the medieval European glaive.
Naval Pentathlon — comprises an obstacle race, life-saving swimming race, utility swimming race, seamanship race, and an amphibious cross-country race. Netball — a team game with seven players on a side, similar to basketball except that players are restricted to certain sections of the court, and a player receiving the ball must stand still until they have passed it to another player. Newcomb Ball — an early variation of Volleyball , teams throw a ball back and forth until it hits the floor or is mishandled.
Nine-a-side Footy — a mini version of Australian Rules Football , with 3 players each designated as forwards, centers and backs. Nine-Ball — a version of Pocket Billiards played with nine balls, numbered 1 through 9. A player who legally pockets the nine-ball is the winner. Most professional tournaments are conducted for the nine-ball format of pool. Nine-Man Football — a variation of American Football for smaller schools.
Nine Pin Bowling — a variation of bowling with only 9 pins set up in a diamond pattern. Ninjutsu — The traditional Japanese art of the Ninjas - incorporating stealth, camouflage and sabotage, now practiced as a martial art. Nordic Skiing — a field of competitive skiing that includes all events where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski as opposed to Alpine skiing.
Novuss — a national sport in Latvia, with similarities to carrom and pocket billiards. Played on a 1-meter square wooden board with pockets in each corner. A small cue stick is used to strike a puck to hit small discs into the pockets. O Sports Obstacle Course Racing — an event requiring an athlete to run through a variety of different obstacles.
Ocean Rowing — involves rowing races across entire seas and oceans. Offroad Boarding — another name for Mountainboarding. Off-Road Racing — many motor sports have competitions 'off-road', meaning on rough terrain. An even shorter version is the Twenty One-Pocket — a version of Pocket Billiards where the objective is to pocket all the object balls into a single pocket. Open Water Swimming — competitive swimming races conducted over various distances 10km at the Olympics held in rivers, lakes and oceans.
Orienteering — participants find their way to various checkpoints across rough country with the aid of a map and compass, the winner being the one with the lowest elapsed time. Outdoor Handball — another name for Field Handball. Outrigger Canoeing — racing using a type of canoe featuring one or more lateral support floats known as outriggers, which are fastened to one or both sides of the main hull. Over-the-line — a bat-and-ball sport related to baseball and softball with just 3 people per team.
Unlike the other sports, the batter and pitcher are on the same team. Oztag — a form of Tag Rugby P Sports Paddle Tennis — a variation of tennis on a smaller court, lower net, using a solid paddle and ball. Paddleball 1 wall — a small rubber ball is hit against a single wall with a solid paddle.
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