Variations of Australian rules football
Variations of Australian rules football are games or activities based on or similar to the game of Australian rules football, in which the player uses common Australian rules football skills. They ra...
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Forms of cricket
Cricket is a multi-faceted sport with multiple formats based around both the standard of play, the desired level of formality and the time available. An important division in terms of professional cri...
Touch rugby
Touch rugby refers to games derived from rugby football in which players do not tackle each other in the traditional, highly physical way, but instead touch their opponents using their hands on any p...
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Town ball
Town ball, or townball, is the bat-and-ball, safe haven game played in North America in the 18th and 19th centuries, which was similar to rounders and was a precursor to modern baseball. In some areas...
Super Shot
A mini-basketball game found in many arcades, Super Shot consists of a basket that usually moves back and forth, and four to five basketballs to shoot. There are four different modes which affects th...
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Six-red snooker
Six-red snooker (sometimes spelled six-reds, 6-red, and also known as super 6s), is a cue sport based on snooker, but with only six red balls on the table as opposed to the standard fifteen. All other...
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Power Snooker
Power Snooker is a variant of the cue sport snooker, first played competitively in July 2010 in the United Kingdom.The promoter of World snooker Barry Hearn stated Power Snooker is "designed to be fas...
Power Snooker - Wikipedia
Half-pipe skiing
Half-pipe skiing is the sport of riding snow skis on a half-pipe. Competitors perform a series of tricks while going down the pipe. The current world record for highest jump in a half-pipe is held by ...
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Road bicycle racing
Road bicycle racing is a bicycle racing sport held on paved roads. The term "road racing" is usually applied to events where competing riders start simultaneously (unless riding a handicap event) with...
Road bicycle racing - Wikipedia