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Heli hiking

Heli Hiking is a recreational activity in which a helicopter is used to access remote areas of the back country for hiking that would not normally be accessible.

                                               

Hyperextension (exercise)

A hyperextension or back extension is an exercise that works the lower back as well as the mid and upper back, specifically the erector spinae. It may be performed on the ground by lying prone with arms overhead and lifting the arms, upper torso, ...

                                               

Ice Breaker Road Race

The Ice Breaker Road Race, held annually in Great Falls, Montana in April of each year, is a road race that draws over 3.000 walkers, joggers and marathoners. The race was established in 1980 and has been run annually ever since. Prizes are award ...

                                               

Ice cross downhill

Ice cross downhill, is a winter extreme sporting event which involves direct competitive downhill skating on a walled track featuring sharp turns and high vertical drops. It is similar to ski cross and boardercross, except with ice skates on an i ...

                                               

IFAF Flag Football World Championship

The IFAF Flag Football World Championship is the international championship in flag football, organized by International Federation of American Football. The mens and womens competitions are usually held in the same venue. The IFAF Flag Football ...

                                               

Ilgan Sports

Ilgan Sports is a South Korean daily sports newspaper founded in 1969. Formerly under Hankook Ilbo, it is now owned by the JoongAng Media Network through JTBC Plus.

                                               

Independent Olympic Athletes at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Kuwait as Independent Olympic Athletes competed under the IOA flag at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games which was held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from September 17 to 27. Only 2 competitors represented the IOA team during the event. The ...

                                               

Indian Creek (climbing area)

Indian Creek is a prominent climbing area in the northern part of the Bears Ears National Monument in the canyonlands area of San Juan County, Utah, United States that is renowned for its sandstone crack climbing. It has an elevation of 5.765 feet.

                                               

Indian rodeo

Indian rodeo is the rodeo subculture of Native American rodeo athletes and, in Canada, First Nations athletes. In the United States there are a number of regional associations and at least two national Finals. In Canada, Indian rodeos share a maj ...

                                               

Inline sledge hockey

Inline Sledge Hockey is played to the same rules as inline hockey and is played in a sports hall and not on ice. Inline Sledge Hockey was originally the brainchild of British Paralympian Matthew Lloyd. However, it has been developed though the de ...

                                               

Inside the Games

Inside the Games is an Olympic news website edited by the British sports journalist Duncan Mackay. Mackay launched the site in 2005, originally as insidethegames.com, following the announcement that London has been chosen to host the 2012 Summer ...

                                               

International Rafting Federation

The International Rafting Federation is the official umbrella International Sports Federation for national rafting organizations worldwide, and administers all aspects of rafting sport worldwide. The World Rafting Championships the European Rafti ...

                                               

International Winter Sports Week

The International Winter Sports Week were a winter multi-sport event which was held from 1907 to 1929 in France.

                                               

International ZO Women's Tournament

The International ZO Womens Tournament is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament, that takes place in late November in Wetzikon, Switzerland. The tournament is held in a triple knockout format. The tournament is part of the World Curling Tour. ...

                                               

Island Cricket

Island Cricket is a sports website that contains news, photos, videos, blogs, columns and interviews relating to the Sri Lanka cricket team. Certain sections of the website contain fan-submitted content, where fans of the Sri Lanka cricket team c ...

                                               

Jackknife (exercise)

A jackknife is an abdominal exercise. This exercise is also known as a "V-Up". Jackknife exercises are designed to strengthen the upper and lower abdominal muscles, particularly the transversus abdominis muscle. There are a number of variations o ...

                                               

Ville Jarvelainen

Ville Jarvelainen is a Finnish professional ice hockey player. He is currently playing for SaiPa of the Finnish Liiga. Jarvelainen made his Liiga debut playing with HPK during the 2012–13 Liiga season. Jarvelainen represented Finland at U20 level.

                                               

Jeanne Sauve Memorial Cup

The Jeanne Sauve Memorial Cup was established by Betty Shields and was named after Jeanne Sauve a former Governor General of Canada. Initially coined the Jeanne Sauve Cup, and initiated in December 1984, it was first presented at the 1985 Canadia ...

                                               

Jeu provençal

Jeu provençal is a French form of boules. In Italy, the sport bocce volo, which is played with bronze balls, follows a similar set of rules.

                                               

Kenan Karahodzic

Kenan Karahodzic is a Bosnian professional basketball player who currently plays for Levitec Huesca of the LEB Oro. He also represents the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team internationally.

                                               

Kazakhstan at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships

Kazakhstan competed at the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London, United Kingdom from 2–4 March 2016. A team of 3 cyclists 0 women, 3 men was announced to represent the country in the event.

                                               

Kiribati at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Kiribati competed at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from September 17-27. Kiribati sent a delegation of 12 competitors in 3 different sports. Kiribati couldnt receive any medal at the Games. Kiribati m ...

                                               

Kite rollerskating

Kite skating, sometimes referred to as Kiteblading, is a land-based extreme sport that uses powerful and controllable kites to propel riders of inline skates or off-road skates. They can reach speeds up to 60+ mph across parking lots, desert dry ...

                                               

Kneeling position

The kneeling position is a position for rifle shooting. There are no longer international competitions in pure kneeling shooting, but it is included as the last part of 300 metre rifle three positions, 300 metre standard rifle and 50 metre rifle ...

                                               

Kudu dung-spitting

Kudu dung-spitting is a sport practiced by the Afrikaner community in South Africa. In the competition small, hard pellets of dung from the kudu antelope, are spat, with the farthest distance reached being the winner. Kudu dung-spitting is popula ...

                                               

Kwosso

Kosso is a fast-paced ball game played by the Afar people. The ball is made up of rolled goatskins. The object of the game is to keep the ball away from players on the opposing team. In the past, Kosso teams could be quite large; in fact, they co ...

                                               

Lachlan Lam

Lachlan Lam is a Papua New Guinea international rugby league footballer who plays as a five-eighth for the Sydney Roosters in the NRL. Lam represented PNG at the 2017 World Cup.

                                               

Lampadephoria

Lampadephoria was an ancient Greek type of relay race using a torch which was passed between the runners. The race was run usually on foot, but sometimes it was also on horses by ephebi. The winner was the first team to pass the torch over the fi ...

                                               

Lansivaylajuoksu

Lansivaylajuoksu is an annual running event held in Espoo, Finland since 1976. Lansivaylajuoksu is organised in conjunction by several private sporting clubs, and is open for everyone, both men and women, both adults and children, for a small par ...

                                               

LDODK

LDODK is a Dutch korfball club located in Gorredijk, Netherlands. The club is a fusion between club from the towns of Gorredijk and Ter Wispel. club is The team plays in green shirts and black shorts / skirts.

                                               

Leg curl

The leg curl, also known as the hamstring curl, is an isolation exercise that targets the hamstring muscles. The exercise involves flexing the lower leg against resistance towards the buttocks. Other exercises that can be used to strengthen the h ...

                                               

Leg extension

The leg extension is a resistance weight training exercise that targets the quadriceps muscle in the legs. The exercise is done using a machine called the Leg Extension Machine. There are various manufacturers of these machines and each one is sl ...

                                               

Live scores

Live scores is a type of service offered by many sports-related websites and broadcasters as well as online sports betting operators. The idea of live scores is to provide real time information about sports results from various disciplines. Live ...

                                               

Lockout (sports)

A Lockout can be imposed by the Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Football League or the National Hockey League if team owners and players fail to come to an agreement about payment conditions. Similar to a governme ...

                                               

Lofting (bowling)

Lofting in bowling is throwing a bowling ball more than a short distance down the lane. This is usually done with the bounce pass technique, but can also be done with a straight ball. Lofting is looked down upon by the bowling community and bowli ...

                                               

Logan Martin (BMX rider)

Logan Martin is a BMX Dirt and Freestyle rider from Logan Reserve, Australia. In 2019, Logan has his first child with Kimberley: Noah Alexander.

                                               

Longue paume

Longue paume, or jeu de longue paume, is an outdoor version of jeu de paume, an ancestor of modern lawn tennis. Hundreds of years ago it was quite popular, particularly in France. It is a game of gain-ground as Balle à la main It was part of the ...

                                               

Ed Lucas

Lucas has been blind since 1951, when he was 12 years old. He was pitching in a pickup game on October 3, 1951 - the day of Bobby Thomsons "Shot Heard Round the World" - when a line drive hit him in the face. The accident resulted in the loss of ...

                                               

Maccabi S.K.

Maccabi SK was a sports club in the city of Istanbul, historically representing the Jewish community of the city. The club was founded by local Jews in the district of Haskoy. Maccabi SK was active in football and basketball. The colours of the c ...

                                               

Maccabi Thessaloniki

Maccabi Thessaloniki is a multi-sport club in the city of Thessaloniki, historically representing the Jewish community of the city. It maintains or maintained departments of football, basketball, volleyball, athletics, olympic weightlifting, tabl ...

                                               

Major decision

A Major Decision is a win in folkstyle wrestling where the victor wins by 8 or more points. This is not to be confused by a techfall where the victor wins by 15 points and the match ends. In team duals, a major decision will give a team 4 team po ...

                                               

Maldives at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

Maldives competed at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from September 17 to 27. Maldives couldnt receive any medal at the Games.

                                               

Malin Bridge Old Boys F.C.

Malin Bridge Old Boys F.C. was an English association football club from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The club competed in the FA Amateur Cup in 1921 and 1922, and won the Sheffield Amateur League in 1921 and 1925

                                               

Mallard and Claret

Mallard and Claret is a popular fishing fly in the United Kingdom. Also known as the M and C it is a good general pattern that imitates a wide range of trout food items.

                                               

Marathon Sports (retailer)

Marathon Sports, Inc. is an American chain of sporting goods retailers founded in 1975. It is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, and operates 11 stores in Massachusetts under the Marathon Sports brand, 4 locations in Connecticut operating u ...

                                               

Matchpoint NYC

MatchPoint NYC is located in Brooklyn, New York. It was co-founded and developed by Numrud Nino Muhatasov and Dmitriy Druzhinskiy. This health and fitness complex occupies roughly 120.000 sq. ft. It features a tennis facility that includes 9 indo ...

                                               

Maximum time aloft

Maximum Time Aloft is a type of boomerang competition involving specially engineered boomerangs //www.filmindependent.org/category/resources/legal-ease/page/2/#.Ugt4CI4_tYJ United States Boomerang Association") competition throwers get five throw ...

                                               

McNasty

McNasty refers to a style of slam dunk in the American sport Slamball. The move consists of a player launching himself from the outside trampoline, rotating 360-degrees and putting the ball between their legs before dunking the ball. The move was ...

                                               

Media guide

A media guide is a sports-related press kit, distributed as a book or binder, and published by sports teams before the start of the sporting season. It features information relating to the team players, history, statistical records and other simi ...

                                               

Melbourne City FC NPL

Melbourne City FC NPL is an Australian semi-professional association football team based in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 2014, it is the youth team of Melbourne City in the NPL Victoria 2 East.