A sport consists of a physical action or skill carried out with a recreational purpose: for competition, for self-enjoyment, to attain excellence, for the growth of a skill, or some combination of these. A sport has physical activity, side by side rivalry, and a scoring system. The difference of purpose is what characterizes sport, joint with the notion of individual (or team) skill or prowess.


      One system for classifying sports is as follows, based more on the sport's aim than on the real mechanics. The examples given are intended to be illustrative, rather than comprehensive.


Human-powered (Running, swimming ...)
Human-assisted (Cycling, rowing, canoeing, Human Built Engine ...)
Animal (Equestrianism, Greyhound racing, Pigeon sport, Rabbit Show jumping...)


Combat (Wrestling, Judo, karate, boxing, fencing, tae kwon do...)
Court (Tennis, badminton, volleyball, squash, Table tennis...)
Team (Baseball, cricket and football (soccer) are the most popular globally, with baseball being well-liked in the Americas and in Japan, cricket in the Commonwealth of Nations and football being well-liked throughout the world. Other examples include: Rugby, ice hockey, field hockey, softball, basketball, American Football...)


Target (Archery, shooting ...)
Display (Gymnastics, bodybuilding, equestrianism, diving...)
Strength (Weight-lifting, triple jump, shot put ...)

Sports Which Fall Into Multiple Categories

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