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The Victorians enjoyed a number of traditional sports, such as hunting, horse racing, boxing, racquetball and tennis. They also enjoyed more contemporary sports, such as rowing, cricket, rugby and soccer. Track-and-field... More »

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Many sports date back to prehistory or to civilizations that do not have adequate written records, so it is impossible to know who invented many popular sports. There is evidence that wrestling and sprinting were the fir... More »

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Examples of individual sports include tennis, track and field, golf, boxing, swimming, gymnastics, skiing, bowling, wrestling, powerlifting, figure skating, speed skating, diving, mixed martial arts, table tennis, racque... More »

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The Corriere Dello Sport newspaper features many sports including football, Formula 1, Moto GP, basketball, volleyball, tennis, rugby, golf, horse racing, cycling, athletics, and rally driving. More »

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The TSSAA is the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association that administers playoffs for participants in a number of sports, including baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, football, tennis, golf, soccer, tra... More »

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Poverty stricken families living during the Victorian Era likely lived in crowded, unkempt, slum houses, or were homeless, endured poor sanitary conditions and often were forced to subject their children to work in harsh... More »

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Sports in the 1920s included basketball, baseball, football, horse racing, tennis, golfing and boxing. As in modern times, the popularity of sports varied; baseball legend Babe Ruth propelled baseball into the sports spo... More »

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