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Beach Volleyball Database

The Beach Volleyball Database is an online website that holds extensive information about international beach volleyball players, tournaments and history. News are frequently updated, and the site has results for continental and international tou ...

                                               

Becoacht.com

becoacht was an online platform for sports coaching where users could search, select and book private and public sports courses with professional coaches from a variety of sporting disciplines. The Germany-based enterprise had received strong med ...

                                               

Beer league

This article is about the recreational league. For the motion picture, see Artie Langes Beer League. A beer league or pub league is a form of sports league primarily funded by sponsorships from pubs, taverns and bars. The bars often provide fundi ...

                                               

Bobby Beggs

Bobby Beggs was an Irish Gaelic footballer. He is one of the ten men to have won an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship for two different counties. Beggs was a fisherman from Skerries by trade. Originally playing for Dublin, he reached the A ...

                                               

Belgium at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships

Belgium competed at the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines at the Velodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines from 18–22 February 2015. A team of 10 cyclists was announced to represent the country in the event.

                                               

Belt-sander racing

Belt-sander racing is the practice of racing belt sanders competitively. Belt sanders were one of the first power tools used in the growing field of power tool drag racing wherein a pair of stock or modified belt sanders are placed in parallel wo ...

                                               

Aya Ben Abdallah

Aya Ben Abdallah is a Tunisian handball player for Club Africain and the Tunisian national team. She participated at the 2017 World Womens Handball Championship.

                                               

Best Footballer in Asia 2013

The Best Footballer in Asia 2013 was the inaugural Best Footballer in Asia. Based upon the voting of a panel of 22 journalists the winner was Keisuke Honda. On March 16, 2014, the trophy was conferred to Keisuke Honda by Luo Ming, the deputy chie ...

                                               

Big Four (polo)

The term was first used in 1909 for the team of Devereaux Milburn, Harry Payne Whitney, Lawrence Waterbury, and James Montaudevert Waterbury, Jr. The term was still in use for the 1927 team of James Watson Webb, Sr., Thomas Hitchcock, Jr., Malcol ...

                                               

Bigi Wey Sports Center

Bigi Wey Sports Center is a sports venue located in Brokopondo District, Suriname. It hosted a knockout tournament marking the 150th-anniversary of Surinames emancipation day. In 2009, the Ilonka Elmont Foundation conducted a research into sports ...

                                               

Blood replacement

In both rugby union and rugby league, a blood replacement is a special kind of substitution which can be used in the case of a player having to leave the field of play temporarily to have a wound attended to. Both rugby union and rugby league are ...

                                               

Boar-baiting

Boar-baiting is a blood sport involving the baiting of wild boars. Villagers in Indonesia call the event "adu bagong" translated as boar fighting. Boar-baiting began in the 1960s, to test hunting dogs against wild boars. In 2017, an online petiti ...

                                               

Stephanie Vanden Borre

Stephanie Vanden Borre is a Belgian field hockey player for the Belgian national team. She participated at the 2018 Womens Hockey World Cup.

                                               

Bowling alley

A bowling alley is a facility where the sport of bowling is played. Bowling alleys contain long and narrow synthetic or wooden lanes. The number of lanes inside of a bowling alley is variable. With 116 lanes, the Inazawa Grand Bowl in Japan is th ...

                                               

Box score

A box score is a structured summary of the results from a sport competition. The box score lists the game score as well as individual and team achievements in the game. Among the sports in which box scores are common are baseball, basketball, foo ...

                                               

Cadence (gait)

Cadence in sports involving running is the total number of full cycles taken within a given period of time, often expressed in steps or cycles per minute. It is used as a measure of athletic performance. It is similar to cadence in cycling; howev ...

                                               

Canadian Basketball League

The Canadian Basketball League is a professional basketball minor league based around the Greater Toronto Area of Southern Ontario. The CBL was founded in July 2014 by former NBA coach Butch Carter.

                                               

Captain (sports)

In team sport, captain is a title given to a member of the team. The title is frequently honorary, but in some cases the captain may have significant responsibility for strategy and teamwork while the game is in progress on the field. In either c ...

                                               

Challenge (competition)

A challenge is a request made to the holder of a competitive title for a match between champion and challenger, the winner of which will acquire or retain the title. In some cases the champion has the right to refuse a challenge; in others, this ...

                                               

Charge (fanfare)

"Charge" is a short fanfare frequently played at sporting events. Play It was written by Tommy Walker while a junior at the University of Southern California in the fall of 1946. The fanfare consists of six notes followed by rooters shouting, "Ch ...

                                               

Charity runner

A charity runner is a participant in a road race, usually of half marathon or marathon distance, who raise money or awareness for an established 501 organization. For more elite marathons, such as the World Marathon Majors, runners who are unable ...

                                               

Cherry pit spitting

Cherry pit spitting is the act of spitting, or ejecting, the pit of a cherry from ones mouth with great speed so as to send the pit a great distance. Spitting cherry pits is an amateur sport; there are no known professional leagues of cherry spit ...

                                               

Ckv DVO

CKV DVO/Accountor is a Dutch korfball club located in Bennekom, Netherlands. The club was founded in 1946 and they play their home games in the DVO/Accountor-hal. The team plays in green shirts and white shorts / skirts.

                                               

Cliff jumping

Cliff jumping is jumping off a cliff as a form of sport. When done without equipment, it may be also known as tombstoning. It forms part of the sport of coastal exploration or "coasteering". When performed with a parachute, it is known as BASE ju ...

                                               

Cloud swing

The cloud swing is an aerial act that usually combines static and swinging trapeze skills, drops, holds and rebound lifts. The apparatus itself is a soft rope about 25-30mm thick. It can be made from a single rope, or from a cotton-filled sheath. ...

                                               

Coach's box

The coachs box is a term used in numerous sports. In baseball, it is the space where the first base coach and third base coach stands. It is also common practice for a coach who has a play at his base to leave the coach’s box to signal the player ...

                                               

Coast Valley League

Cuyama Valley High School Maricopa High School Valley Christian Academy Coast Union High School North County Christian High School Atascadero, CA Coastal Christian School Shandon High School

                                               

Cockbain

Cockbain is a surname shared by Australias rugby-playing brothers, of which Matt is the oldest: Matt Cockbain Brent Cockbain It is also the surname shared by the English cricket-playing father and son: Ian Cockbain, Sr. Ian Cockbain, Jr.

                                               

College Football News

College Football News is a magazine and website published by College Football News, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. News coverage includes scores, statistics, rankings, and reports on college football games. Analysis includes comparison ...

                                               

Connacht Railway Cup

The Connacht Railway Cup or Midland Great Western Railway Cup was a Gaelic football competition organised by the Connacht GAA. Participants were the five county teams. There is a record of a match in this competition being played between Mayo and ...

                                               

Cook Islands at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Cook Islands competed at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from September 17 to 27. 10 athletes competed in 4 different sports. Cook Islands team couldnt receive any medal at the Games. Cook Islands also ...

                                               

Cook Islands Rugby League Association

The Cook Islands Rugby League Association are the governing body for rugby league in Cook Islands. They are based in the capital Apia, the League has suffered financially due to member leagues not paying affiliation fees.

                                               

Cross triathlon

Cross triathlon, or off-road triathlon, is a form of triathlon, or three-stage race, consisting of a swim stage, mountain-biking stage, and a trail-running stage. Cross triathlons are distinguished from conventional triathlons in that the terrain ...

                                               

Crowd abuse

Crowd abuse or barracking refers to the widespread practice of crowds following various sports to criticise or abuse opponents, by shouting, chanting, singing or through the use of banners in the stadium. Motivation for crowd abuse includes gaini ...

                                               

Daily Sports (Japanese newspaper)

Daily Sports is a Japanese daily newspaper, which first published on August 1, 1948, and today also exists in a news wewbsite version, at Daily.co.jp. As its title suggests, it is primarily devoted to sports journalism, but also carries some ente ...

                                               

Dalto (Driebergen)

Dalto is a Dutch korfball club located in Driebergen, Netherlands. The club was founded on 1 April 1953 and they play their home games in sport accommodation Hoenderdaal. The team plays yellow shirts and black shorts / skirts.

                                               

Dead rubber

Dead rubber is a term used in sporting parlance to describe a match in a series where the series result has already been decided by earlier matches. The dead rubber match therefore has no effect on the winner and loser of the series, other than t ...

                                               

Szabolcs Detre

Szabolcs Detre is a Hungarian Sailor. He won the Olympic Bronze Medal in 1980 Summer Olympics in Flying Dutchman class along with his brother Zsolt Detre.

                                               

Deutsches Turnfest 1933

The German Turnfest 1933 took place in Stuttgart. It was carried out from 21 to 31 July. The patron was President Paul von Hindenburg. The Turnfest attracted 600.000 people, 120.000 taking part in the games.

                                               

Dice stacking

Dice stacking is a performance art, akin to juggling or sleight-of-hand, in which the performer scoops dice off a flat surface with a dice cup and then sets the cup down while moving it in a pattern that stacks the dice into a vertical column via ...

                                               

Vancho Dimovski

Vancho Dimovski is a former Macedonian handball player and former member of the Macedonian national team. In 2015 he became a sports director for RK Rabotnicki, but in February 2016 he left Rabotnicki and became a team-manager at RK Metalurg Skopje.

                                               

Double Full

The Double Full is a trampoline move that comprises a single back somersault with two full twists. This move also may be executed on the ground in rapid succession as part of a cheerleading/gymnastics/acrobatics routine. Compared to a full back f ...

                                               

Double road race

The Double Road Race is a long-distance road running competition consisting of two segments or "legs" – a 10-kilometer road run, followed by a five-kilometer road run, with a short rest break in between. The Double Road Race Federation added addi ...

                                               

Duck on a rock

Duck on a rock is a game that combined tag and marksmanship. It is played by placing a somewhat large stone known as a "duck" upon a larger stone or a tree stump. One player stays near the stone to guard it. The other players throw stones at the ...

                                               

Dynamo Alma-Ata

Dynamo Alma-Ata was a multi-sports club from the then capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty in the Soviet era. The club participated in wrestling, gymnastics, athletics, water polo, bandy and the most successful branch hockey. Several players combined ba ...

                                               

Ear pull

The ear pull is a traditional Inuit game or sport which tests the competitors ability to endure pain, and also strength. In the ear pull, two competitors sit facing each other, their legs straddled and interlocked. A two-foot-long loop of string, ...

                                               

East Timor at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

East Timor competed at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from 17 to 27 September. East Timor sent only one participant in the multi-sport event for short course swimming. East Timor couldnt receive any me ...

                                               

Enduroman

The Enduroman Arch to Arc Triathlon is an ultra-distance triathlon. The triathlon starts with an 87-mile run from Londons Marble Arch to Dover on the Kent coast, then a cross-Channel swim to the French coast, and finishes with a 180-mile bike rid ...

                                               

Enfida Sports

Enfida Sports is a Tunisian football club located in Enfidha. It is currently evolving in the 2014–15 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 2.

                                               

Equaliser (sports)

An equaliser, in Commonwealth English, is a goal or run that makes the two teams scores equal. For example, if Team A is winning 1-0 and Team B scores a goal, making the score 1-1, then that goal is an equaliser.