Aba Guresi  –  Aba Guresi is a traditonal form of wrestling in Turkey where the competitors wear clothing made of aba.

Abseiling  –  Abseiling, also known as rappelling, is the act of using a rope along with a harness and other specialty gear to vertically descend off of a cliff or rock face in a controlled manner.

Acrobatics  –  Acrobatics is physical activities that are normally associated with gymnastics and dance. These activities require great balance, coordination, and agility, and can be found not only in sports, but also in many of the performing arts. 

Aggressive Inline Skating  –  Aggressive Inline Skating, also known as Rollerblading, is a form of Inline Skating where athletes jump on and off of ledges and rails and perform grinds and spins.

Aika Jujutsu  –  Aika Jujutsu is a Japanese samurai martial art first introduced over 1200 years ago. Its core principles focus on manipulation of balance.

Aikido  –  Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art that emphasizes defending yourself while also protecting an attacker from injury.

Air Racing  –  Air Racing is a motorsport competition that takes place in the air using aircraft.

Airsoft  –  Airsoft is a competitive team sport similar to Paintball where the object is to eliminate your opponents by shooting them. Instead of using paint guns that shoots dye-filled gelatin capsules, competitors use airsoft guns that shoot plastic pellets.

Aizkolaritza  –  Aizkolaritza is a wood chopping competition for individuals and/or teams. These competitions are normally held at festivals in northern Spain and southwest France.

Alpine Skiing  –  Alpine Skiing, or Downhill Skiing as it is often called, is the sport of sliding down the ski slope course on skis with fixed heel bindings. There are normally several different events and the object is to have the fastest time in getting down the hill to the finish line.

Amateur Pankration  –  Amateur Pankration is a modern combat sport and a recognized form of International Wrestling. It is based upon the old Olympic sport of Pankration, but unlike that original version which had very few rules, the modern version emphasizes safety and sportsmanship.

Amateur Wrestling  –  American Wrestling or American Professional Wrestling, is a sport that uses athleticism, acrobatics, stunts, and theatrical drama to entertain audiences.

American Flag Rugby  –  American Flag Rugby is a non-contact version of Rugby. It is a mixed-gender sport that can be played by all ages.

American Football  –  American Football, also known in the United States as football, is a sport that originated from rugby football and the first game was played in 1869. There are two teams of eleven players and they take turns playing offense and defense. The offense attempts to advance the oval ball (football) down the field by passing or running. Points are scored by advancing the football into the opposing team’s end zone for a touchdown or kicking the ball through the opponent’s goalposts for a field goal. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.

American Handball  –  American Handball is a sport for two, three, or four players. The object is to hit a small rubber ball against the wall in such a manner that it touches the ground twice twice before your opponent can hit it. The three versions of the game are one wall, three wall, and four wall.

Aquathlon  –  Aquathlon is a racing sport where competitors run and swim to get to the finish line first. There are two-stage events that begin with swimming and finish with running, and there are three-stage events where participants run, swim, and run again.

Archery  –  Archery is the sport of shooting arrows with a bow. There are many different types of bows and arrows and archery can be used for combat, hunting, or simply for recreational fun.

Arena Football  –  Arena Football is a variance of American Football played indoors on a much smaller field with 8 players on each team.

Arm Wrestling  –  Arm wrestling is a type of wrestling requiring two people. Each person places one arm on a surface (normally a table) with their elbows bent and touching the surface. The competitors must use the same hand (left or right) and grip each other’s hand. The competition ends when the winner pins the opponent’s arm onto the surface.

Artistic Billiards  –  Artistic Billiards is a form of billiards where competitors have to perform (76) preset shots. The shots vary in difficulty and a perfect score is worth (500) points.

Artistic Cycling  –  Artistic Cycling is an indoor sport where competitors perform tricks or exercises similar to gymnastic or ballet moves while riding a bike.

Artistic Pool  –  Artistic Pool is very similar to Artistics Billiards, but in this sport players attempt up to (160) preset trick shots.

Artistic Roller Skating  –  Artistic Roller Skating is similar to figure skating except performed on hard-surfaced floors instead of ice and using roller skates instead of ice skates.

Atlatl  –  Atlatl is a sport in which competitors use an atlatl or spear-thrower to throw a dart for distance or at a target for accuracy. The atlatl is an acient weapon believed to have been first used over 30,000 years ago for hunting.

ATV Enduro  –  ATV Enduro is an off-road sport in which riders race ATVs or all-terrain vehicles on a course with multiple obstacles and challenges. The competitions are normally ran in stages and are timed.

ATV Off-Road Racing  –  ATV Off-Road Racing is a sport in which riders race ATVs or all-terrain vehicles on a track and the first competitor to the finish line wins.

Australian Football

Austus  –  Austus is a variation of Australian Football that was played in Australia by native servicemen and visting American servicemen during World War II.

Autocross

Autograss

Axe Throwing

Ba Game

Backstroke Swimming

Badminton  –  Badminton is a racquet sport played by either 2 or 4 people and can be played indoors or outdoors. The court is rectangular and divided by a net and players play on opposite halves. Players hit a shuttlecock over the net with their racquets and score when the shuttlecock lands on the ground or floor in the opponents’ half of the court.

Bagatelle

Baguazhang

Balance Beam

Balkline Billiards

Ball Badminton

Ball Hockey

Ballet  –  Ballet is a form of performance dance that originated in Italy in the 15th Century. It is now popular on a global basis and has its own vocabulary based on French terminology.

Bando

Bandy

Banger Racing

Bank Billiards

Banzai Skydiving

Bar Billiards

Bareback Bronc Riding

Barefoot Water Skiing

Barrel Racing

Base Jumping  –  Base jumping, also known as B.A.S.E. jumping, is a sport where a person jumps from a tall object and uses a parachute to land on the ground. B.A.S.E. stands for objects that people can jump from (building, antenna, span, and earth).

Baseball  –  Baseball is a sport played outside on a baseball field by 2 teams with 9 players on each team. Teams take turns playing offense and defense. When on offense, players take turns hitting a baseball thrown by the opposing team’s pitcher with their baseball bat. After hitting the ball, a player moves counter-clockwise around a series of four bases: first, second, third and home plate. A point or run is scored when the player advances around the bases and returns to home plate. When on defense, players try to get 3 outs on the offense. An out can be made when a player catches a hit ball in the air and many different ways. After 3 outs, the team on offense takes the field to play defense and the defensive team gets its turn to play offense. An inning consists of 3 outs for both teams (total of 6 outs) and the game consists of 9 innings. The team that scores the most runs in 9 innings wins the game.

   2018 Official Baseball Rules

Baseball Pocket Billiards

Basketball  –  Basketball is a very popular sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court indoors or outdoors. The object of the game is to throw (shoot) the basketball through a steel ring (hoop) that is connected to a backboard 10 feet high to score a goal. Goals are worth 2 or 3 points depending upon distance from hoop when shooting the ball. The ball can be advanced on the court by dribbling (bouncing it while walking or running) or throwing it to a team mate. It is a violation to move without dribbling the ball, to carry it, or to hold the ball with both hands and then resume dribbling. A violation gives the ball to the other team. Games are played for a predetermined amount of time and the team with the most points when time runs out wins the game.

Basque Pelota

Basque Stone Lifting

Bat and Trap

Baton Twirling

Battojutsu

Beach Basketball

Beach Handball

Beach Rugby

Beach Soccer

Beach Tennis

Beach Volleyball

Beagling

Benchrest Shooting

Biathlon  –  Biathlon normally refers to a winter sport combining rifle shooting and cross country skiing. The modern biathlon is a summer sport which combines swimming and running.

Bicycle Motocross (BMX)

Bicycle Polo

Big Game Fishing

Big Game Hunting 

Billiards  –  Billiards consists of wide variety of games played with a cue stick and billiard balls on a cloth-covered billiards table. The cue stick is used to strike the billiards balls and move them around the table and into holes (pockets) located at the corners and other locations of the table.

Bird Hunting

Biribol

Blackball Billiards

BMX Best Trick

BMX Big Air

BMX Flatland

BMX Freestyle

Board Track Racing

Boating

Bobsledding  –  Bobsledding is a winter sport and popular Olympic sport in which teams of two or four people sit in a gravity–powered sled and make their way down an iced track. The track is narrow and banked with twists and turns. Teams make a series of timed runs down the track and all of the times are combined to get a final score.

Bocce Ball

Boccia

Bodyboarding

Bodybuilding  –  Bodybuilding is a sport in which men and women use weightlifting, conditioning, and exercise to become very muscular. Some do it simply for recreational purposes, while others compete in competitions and are judged for their symmetrical and muscular appearance while performing various posing routines.

Boffer Fighting

Boomerang  –  A boomerang is a flat, curved, usually wooden piece of wood that when thrown properly will return to the thrower. It was traditionally used by Australian Aborigines as a hunting weapon, but can also be used recreationally for fun.

Bossaball

Bottle Billiards

Bouldering

Boule Lyonnaise

Bowling  –  Bowling is a sport enjoyed by millions of people worldwide and played both indoors and outdoors. The indoor version involves rolling a ball down a wooden lane with the object being to knock over all of the pins. The outdoor version normally involves rolling the ball closest to a target ball.

Box Lacrosse

Boxing  –  Boxing is a sport that is said to have originated in Ancient Greece in 687 B.C. It is a combat sport in which two people wear boxing gloves and throw punches at each other. The competition is normally supervised by a referee and consists of several rounds of battle with each round lasting one to three minutes. The winner is decided when one person is incapable of continuing, is disqualified for breaking a rule, or found the winner based upon the scorecards from the judges.

Brannboll

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Breakaway Roping

Breaststroke Swimming

British Baseball

Broomball

Bull Fighting  –  Bull Fighting is a sport in which the torero or matador performs evasive baiting maneuvers at close range to a bull in an arena in order to entertain the crowd. Many people do not consider it sport, but fine art as there are no elements of competition. The bullfight normally ends by killing the bull with a  single sword thrust, but it is now illegal in some areas to kill the bull in the arena.

Bull Riding

Bumper Billiards

Bungee Jumping

Bushwhacking

Butterfly Swimming

Buzashi

Calcio Fiorentino

Calva

Camel Racing

Cammag

Camogie

Campdrafting

Canadian Football

Candlepin Bowling

Canine Freestyle

Canoe Polo

Canoeing  –  Canoeing is a paddling sport in which a person sits or kneels in a canoe and propels themselves through the water with a single paddle. 

Canyoning

Capoeira  –  Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that is said to have been developed in the 16th century. It is known for its quick and complex moves including a wide variety of kicks and spins.

Casterboarding

Caving  –  Caving, also known as spelunking and potholing, is the sport of exploring cave systems. This activity can be done on a recreational basis or professionally as in the scientific study of caves.

Charreada

Cheerleading  –  Cheerleading is a sport in which a person uses tumbling, jumping, dancing, and cheering as part of an organized physical routine. This routine is used to direct a crowd at a sporting event or to compete in cheerleading contests.

Chessboxing

Chilean Rodeo

Chinese Handball

Chinlone

Choi Kwang-Do

Clay Target Shooting

Cliff Diving

Clout Archery

Cluster Ballooning

Cnapan

Color Guard

Combine Racing

Competitive Eating

Competitive Marching band

Composite Rules Shinty Hurling

Corkball

Corn Hole

Cornish Hurling

Cowboy Action Shooting

Cowboy Polo

Crab Soccer

Creeking

Cribbage Billiards

Cricket  –  Cricket was first played in England in the 16th century. It requires 2 teams of 11 players and is played on a rectangular field. When on offense, players take turns hitting a ball delivered by the opposing team’s bowler with their bat. The object is to hit the ball far enough to be able to run to the end of the field and score a run. The offense continues batting until there are 10 outs and then the fielding team gets their turn to bat.

Croquet

Cross Country Mountain Biking

Cross Country Running

Cross Country Skiing

Crossfit

Cuju

Curling  –  Curling is a sport requiring 2 teams of 4 players and is played on a sheet of ice. Each team has 8 heavy, polished granite stones that they slide down the sheet of ice towards a target area of 4 rings. The object is to rest your stones closest to the center of the rings. A game consists of 8 or 10 rounds.

Cutthroat Billiards

 Cycling  –  Cycling is normally referred to as using a bicycle for transportation. Bicycles were first introduced in the 19th century and today they are the main form of transportation in many areas of the world. Bicycles can also be used recreationally for fun and exercise or to compete in competitions.

Cyclocross

Czech Handball

Dancing  –  Dancing is sometimes considered a sport and is a type of art that requires body movement to music. Dance can be used for exercise, recreational fun, emotional expression, and competition. There are many styles of dance including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, tango, square, and folk dancing.

Danish Longball

Darts  –  Darts is an indoor game in which small pointed missiles with feather or plastic flights at the end (darts) are thrown at a circular target marked with numbers (dart board) in order to score points. There are many unique dart games with various rules and it is played all over the world.

Deaf Basketball

Decathlon  –  The decathlon is of Greek origin and is a combined track and field event that consists of ten individual track and field events. Points are given in each individual event over a two day period and the man who scores the most points is champion. This champion is often considered the “World’s Greatest Athlete”.

Deer Hunting

Demolition Derby

Desert Racing

Dinghy Sailing

Dirt Boarding  –  Dirt Boarding, also known as Mountainboarding, derived from Snowboarding and is the sport of riding a mountain board on tracks, hills, woodlands, streets, and slopestyle parks.

Dirt Jumping

Dirt Track Racing

Disc Dog

Disc Freestyle

Disc Golf  –  Disc golf is a type of golf game using flying discs. The object of the game is to throw your disc into a standing metal basket in as few tosses as possible. The course, much like a traditional golf course, has either 9 or 18 holes (baskets) and has pars of 3, 4, or 5. There are discs designed specifically for driving (long distance) and putting (short distance). The sport is currently played in over 40 countries.

Discus

Diving  –  Diving is the sport of jumping or falling into water from a platform or springboard and is a very popular competitive sport in the Olympics. Competitors must use their strength, flexibility, and air awareness as they often perform acrobatics during their dives.

Dodge Ball  –  Dodgeball can be played indoors or outdoors and is normally played on a flat surface with court boundaries. Two teams of players on opposite sides of the court throw large rubber balls at their opponents in order to eliminate them from the game. A player is eliminated when struck by a ball, moving outside the court boundaries, or when an opposing player catches a ball that they threw.

Dog Racing  –  This is a sport in which specially bred dogs (normally Greyhounds) chase an artificial rabbit around a track with the winner being the dog that crosses the finish line first. Like horse racing, dog racing often allows the public to place wagers on the outcome of the race.

Dog Sledding  –  This is a sport in which a team or group of specially bred dogs are used to pull a sled through the snow. The most famous dog sled races are the Iditarod and the Yukon Quest.

Double Disc Court

Downhill Mountain Biking

Drag Boat Racing

Drag Racing

Dragon Boat Racing

Dressage

Duathlon

Duckpin Bowling

Dumog

Egg and Spoon Racing

Egyptian Stick Fencing

Eight Ball Billiards

Eight Man Football

Elephant Polo

English Billiards

Episkyros

Equestrianism  –  Equestrianism is the sport of riding horses competitively on a closed course including the skills of steeple chasing and vaulting.

Equine Cross Country

Equine Endurance Riding

Equine Show Jumping

Equine Steeplechase

Equine Tent Pegging

Eskrima

Eventing

Extreme Sports  –  Extreme Sports, also known as action or adventure sports, is a term for sports involving extreme speed, height, exertion, and danger. The X Games contain many sports which would fall into this category.

F1 Powerboat Racing

Fast Pitch Softball

Fast5

Fencing  –  Fencing is the contact sport of fighting with swords and competitive fencing is divided into three weapon categories: foil, sabre and epée.

Ferret Legging

Field Archery

Field Hockey

Field Lacrosse

Field Target

Figure Skating

FILA Grappling

Finswimming

Fishing  –  Fishing is the sport of catching fish in the wild by angling, netting, hand gathering, and trapping. Some fishermen release their catches back into the water while others keep their catches for food. Competitive fishing tournaments employ the catch and release methodology.

Fistball

Five A Side Football

Five Pin Bowling

Five Pins Billiards

Fives

Flag Football

Flight Archery

Floor Gymnastics

Floorball

Fly Fishing

Flying Trapeze

Folkrace

Foosball  –  Foosball. also known as table football, is a sport played on a table-top game that is loosely based on soccer. Though mostly played recreationally for fun, there are also some competitive leagues and tournaments out there.

Foot Volley

Footbag Net

Football Tennis

Formula racing

Formula Student

Four Ball Billiards

Fourball Golf

Foursome Golf

Foursquare

Fox Hunting

Freeboard Skateboarding

Freediving

Freeride Mountain Biking

Freestyle BMX

Freestyle Football

Freestyle Motocross

Freestyle Skiing

Freestyle Slalom Skating

Freestyle Swimming

Freestyle Wrestling

Fricket

Frisbee  –  Frisbee is a flying disc normally made out of plastic that is thrown and caught by two or more people for recreation and exercise.

Frisian Handball

Frontenis

Fujian White Crane

Fullbore Target Rifle Shooting

Futsal  –  Futsal is an indoor variant of association football that was developed in Brazil and Uruguay in the 1930s and 1940s as a solution to the lack of available football fields. It is played between two teams of five players each, one of whom is the goalkeeper. The game is played on a hard surfaced court and the ball is harder and smaller with less bounce than a regular football.

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Handball

Gaga

Gatka

Geocaching

Gig Racing

Gliding

Glima

Goal Ball  –  Goal Ball is a team sport designed specifically for blind athletes. Teams consist of three players and the object is to throw or roll the ball into the opponent’s goal. The ball has bells embedded in it allowing the players to judge where the ball is. Teams play offense and defense in the area of their own goal.

Goaltimate

Goat Tying

Golf

 

Greco-Roman Wrestling

Group Gymnastics

Gymkhana

Gymnastics

Hacky Sack

Haggis Hurling

Haidong Gumdo

Half Marathon

Hammer Throw

Hamster Racing

Hand Ball

Hang Gliding

Hapkido

Hardball Squash

Hare Coursing

Harness Racing

Harpastum

Harrow Football

Haxey Hood

Heptathlon

High Bar

High Jump

High Power Rifle Shooting

Highland Games

Hiking

Hillclimbing

Hooverball

Hopper Ballooning

Horse Racing

Horseball

Horseshoes

Hot Air Ballooning

Human Powered Aircraft

Hurdles

Hurling

Hwa Rang Do

Hydroplane Racing

Iaido

Ice Climbing

Ice Hockey

Ice Racing

Ice Skating

Ice Yachting

Immersion Finswimming

Individual Medley Swimming

Indoor Archery

Indoor Cricket

Indoor Field Hockey

Indoor Netball

Indoor Soccer

Inline Hockey

Inline Speed Skating

Intercrosse

Jai Alai

Javelin

Jeet Kune Do

Jet Skiing

Jet Sprint Boat Racing

Jeu De Paume

Jianzi

Jogo Do Pau

Jokgu

Jorkyball

Judo

Juggling

Jujutsu

Jukendo

Jump Rope

Kajukenbo

Kalarippayattu

Karate

Karting

Kayaking

Keep Away

Keepie Uppie

Kelly Pool Billiards

Kemari

Kendo

Kenjutsu

Kickball

Kickboxing

Kin Ball

Kiorahi

Kite Buggy

Kite Fighting

Kite Fishing

Kite Landboarding

 

Kitesurfing

Klootschieten

Knattleikr

Kneeboarding

Knife Throwing

Korfball

Krav Maga

Kubb

Kuk Sool Won

Kurash

Kyudo

La Soule

Lacrosse

Ladies Gaelic Football

Land Sailing

Land Speed Records

Land Windsurfing

Lapta

Laser Tag

Lawn Bowling

Legends Car Racing

Lethwei

Letterboxing

Limited Overs Cricket

Links

Log Rolling

Long Jump

Longboarding

Luge

Malla-Yuddha

Marathon

Marbles 

Marn Grook

Masters Rugby League Football

Matball

Match Play Golf

Matkot

Medley Relay Swimming

Metallic Silhouette Shooting

Midget Car Racing

Mind Ball

Mini Rugby

Miniature Golf

Mixed Martial Arts

Modern Arnis

Modern Pentathlon

Mongolian Wrestling

Monster Truck

Moscow Broomball

Motocross Best Whip

Motocross Endurocross

Motocross Freestyle

Motocross Step Up

Motorcycle Drag Racing

Motorcycle Endurance Racing

Motorcycle Flat Track Racing

Motorcycle Grand Prix Racing

Motorcycle Grass Track Racing

Motorcycle Hill Climbing

Motorcycle Ice Racing

Motorcycle Trials Racing

Motorcycle TT Racing

Mountain Biking

Mountain Climbing

Mountain Unicycling

Mud Bogging

Mushball

Naginatajutsu

Netball

Nine Ball Billiards

Nine Man Football

Ninjutsu

Noodling

Nordic Combined Skiing

Nordic Skiing

Northern Praying Mantis

Novuss

Ocean Rowing Racing

Off-Road Buggy Racing

Offshore Powerboat Racing

Oina

Olympics

Olympic Weightlifting

One Old Cat

One Pocket Billiards

Orienteering

Outrigger Canoe Racing

Over The Line

Paddleball

Padel Tennis

Paintball

Paleta Fronton

Palla

Pankration

Papi Fut

Paragliding

Parallel Bars

Paralympic Soccer

Paralympic Volleyball

Pato

Pehlwani

Pelota Mixteca

Pelota Purepecha

Pencak Silat

Pesapallo

Peteca

Pickleball

Pickup Truck Racing

Pig Racing

Pitch and Putt

Playboating

Plunge For Distance

Pole Bending

Pole Vaulting

Polo

Polocrosse

Pommel Horse

Pond Hockey

Popinjay

Power Hockey

Power Walking

Powerbocking

Power Soccer

Powered Hang Gliding

Powered Paragliding

Powerlifting

Practical Shooting

Pradal Serey

Production Car Racing

Punchball

Punkin Chunkin

Qianball

Quoits

Rabbit Hunting

Race of Champions

Race Walking

Racketlon

Racquetball

Rally Raid

Rallying

Rattlesnake Round-Up

RC Racing

Real Tennis

Rec Footy

Regularity Rally

Reining

Rhythmic Ball Gymnastics

Rhythmic Club Gymnastics

Rhythmic Hoop Gymnastics

Rhythmic Ribbon Gymnastics

Ringette

Rink Bandy

Riverboarding

Road Bicycle Racing

Robot Combat

Rock Climbing

Rock Fishing

Rodeo

Rogaining

Roller Derby

Roller Skating

Rope Climbing

Rotation Billiards

Rounders

Rowing

Royal Shrovetide Football

Rugby

 

Rugby Fives

Rugby League Nines

Rugby League Sevens

Rugby Tens

Running

Russian Pyramid Billiards

Sack Race

Saddle Bronc Riding

Sailing

Sandboarding

Savate

Scootering

Scuba Diving

Sea Kayaking

Segway Polo

Sepaktakraw

Seven Ball Billiards

Shinty

Shoot Boxing

Shooting

Short Track Speed Skating

Shot Put

Shuaijiao

Shuffleboard

Shurikejutsu

Silambam

Silat

Single Buck Sawing

 

Single Scull Rowing

Six Man Football

Skateboarding

Skateboarding Big Air

Skateboarding Vertical

Skeleton

Skiing

Ski Jumping

Ski Touring

Skibobbing

Skiing Big Air

Skiing Slopestyle

Skiing Superpipe

Skijoring

Skimboarding

Skittles

Skydiving

Skyrunning

Skysurfing

Slacklining

Slam Ball

Sledge Hockey

Slow Pitch Softball

Snocross

Snooker

Snooker Plus

Snorkeling

Snowkiting

Snow Mountain Bike Racing

Snow Shovel Racing

Snowskating

Snow Tubing

Snowboarding

Snowboarding Big Air

Snowboarding Slopestyle

 

Snowboarding Superpipe

Snowmobiling

Snowmobile Racing

Snowshoe Racing

Soccer

Spearfishing

Special Olympics

Speed Ball

Speed Golf

Speed Pool Billiards

Speed Skating

Speed Skiing

Speedminton

Sport Climbing

Sport Fishing

Sport Stacking

Sporting Clays

Sports Car Racing

Sprinting

Sprint Car Racing

Sprint Football

Squash

Squirrel Hunting

Squirt Boating

Ssireum

Standing Chopping

Static Trapeze

Steeplechase

Steer Wrestling

Stickball

Still Rings

Stock Car Racing

Stool Ball

Straight Pool Billiards

Street Hockey

Street Luge

Street Racing

Streetball

Streetboarding

Strongman Strength Athletics

Stunt Kite

Sumo Wrestling

Surf Fishing

Surf Kayaking

Surfboating

Surfing

Swamp Soccer

Swimming

Synchronized Skating

Synchronized Swimming

Synchronized Ten Meter Platform Diving

Synchronized Three Meter Platform Diving

Table Tennis

Taekkyeon

Taekwondo

Tag Rugby

Tai Chi

Taido

Target Archery

Tchoukball

Team Penning

Team Roping

Telemark Skiing

Ten Ball Billiards

Ten Meter Platform Diving

Tennis

Tennis Polo

Test Cricket

Three Ball Billiards

Three Cushion Billiards

Three Meter Platform Diving

Three on Three Basketball

Three Sided Football

Three-Legged Racing

Thumb Wrestling

Tie-Down Roping

Tobogganing

Toe Wresting

Torball

Touch Football

Touch Rugby

Touring Car Racing

Track Cycling

Tractor Pulling

Train Racing

Trampolining

Trap Shooting

Triathlon

Trick Shot Billiards

Triple Jump

Tug Of War

Tumbling

Turkey Hunting

Twenty20 Cricket

Ulama

Ultimate

Ultralight Aviation

Ultramarathon

Underwater Hockey

Underwater Orienteering

Underwater Target Shooting

Uneven Bars

Unicycle Basketball

Unicycle Hockey

Unicycle Trials

Uppies and Downies

Valencian Pilota

Varpa

Vault 

Vigoro

Vintage Racing

Volleyball

Vovinam

Wakeboarding

Wakesurfing

Wallball

Wallyball

Washers

Water Basketball

Water Skiing

Weightlifting

Western Pleasure

Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair Rugby

Whitewater Kayaking

Whitewater Rafting

Wiffleball

Windsurfing

Wingsuit Flying

Woggabaliri

Wolf Hunting

Women’s Lacrosse

Wood Chopping

Wrestling

Wushu

Xare

 

Xingyiquan

Yacht Racing

 

Yagli Gures

Yak Polo

Yoga

Yubi Lakpi

Yukigassen

Zorbing

Zourkhaneh