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    I Need Answers! And Fast!? Give me sports beginning in all the letters of the alphabet….

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      – A –
      Adventure Racing
      Aerobics
      Aikido
      Airsoft
      American Football
      Animal Sports
      Archery
      Arm Wrestling
      Artistic Roller Skating
      Australian Football
      Auto Racing

      – B –
      Badminton
      Backpacking
      Ballooning
      Bandy
      Baseball
      Basketball
      Battledore
      Beach Volleyball
      Biathlon
      Bicycle Polo
      Bicycling
      Billiards
      Bird Watching
      BMX
      Boating
      Boball
      Bobsledding
      Bocce
      Bodyboarding
      Bodybuilding
      Boomerang
      Boules
      Bowling
      Boxing
      Broomball
      Bull Fighting
      Bungee Jumping
      Buzkashi

      – C –
      Caber Toss
      Camel Riding
      Camogie
      Camping
      Canoeing
      Canopying
      Car Racing
      Cave Diving
      Cave Exploration
      Cheerleading
      Climbing
      Cock Fighting
      Cricket
      Croquet
      Curling
      Cycling

      – D –
      Darts
      Discus Throwing
      Diving
      Dodge Ball
      Dog Sledding
      Dragon Boating

      – E –
      Equestrian

      – F –
      Falconry
      Fantasy Sports
      Fencing
      Field Hockey
      Figure Skating
      Fin Swimming
      Fishing
      Fitness Training
      Five Pin Bowling
      Floor Hockey
      Floorball
      Foosball
      Foot Bag
      Football
      Fox Hunting
      Free Diving
      Frisbee
      Frog Racing

      – G –
      Gaelic Football
      Geocaching
      Goal Ball
      Go Karting
      Golf
      Greyhound Racing
      Gymnastics

      – H –
      Hacky Sack
      Hammer Throw
      Handball
      Hang Gliding
      Hardball Hockey
      Harpastum
      High Fives Netball
      High Jump
      Hiking
      Hockey
      Hockey Bocky
      Homing Pigeons
      Hopscotch
      Horse Racing
      Horseback Riding
      Horseshoe Pitching
      Hula Hooping
      Hunting
      Hurdle Jumping
      Hurling

      – I –
      Ice Boating
      Ice Fishing
      Ice Hockey
      Ice Sailing
      Ice Skating
      Ice Speed Skating
      Indoor Rowing
      Inline Hockey
      Inline Skating
      Innebandy (Floorball)
      Ironman

      – J –
      Jai Alai
      Javelin Toss
      Jet Skiing
      Jogging
      Ju Jitsu
      Judo

      – K –
      Kabbadi
      Karate
      Kayaking
      Kendo
      Kick Ball
      Kick Boxing
      Kite Flying
      Kite Surfing
      Knife Throwing
      Korfball
      Kubb
      Kung Fu
      Kwik Cricket

      – L –
      Lacrosse
      Land Sailing
      Laser Games
      Lawn Bowling
      Lawn Tennis
      Lawn Mower Racing
      Long Jump
      Luge
      Lumberjack Games

      – M –
      Marbles
      Martial Arts
      Metal Detecting
      Miniature Golf
      Monoskiing
      Motocross
      Motorcycle Racing
      Mountain Biking
      Mountaineering
      – N –
      Netball
      Nude Recreation

      – O –
      Off Road Skating
      Off Road Vehicles
      Orienteering

      – P –
      Paddleball
      Paintball
      Petanque
      Pentathlon
      Personal Watercraft
      Pigeon Racing
      Pilates
      Ping Pong
      Platform Tennis
      Pogo Stick Jumping
      Polar Exploration
      Pole Vaulting
      Polo
      Power Boating
      Powerlifting
      Professional Wrestling

      – Q –
      Quad Roller Skating
      Quoits

      – R –
      Racquet Sports
      Racquetball
      Rink Hockey
      Rock Climbing
      Rodeo
      Rogaining
      Roller Basketball
      Rolle Bolle
      Roller Derby
      Roller Hockey
      Roller Skating
      Rollerblading
      Rollerjoring
      Rollerskiing
      RollerSoccer
      Roping
      Rounders
      Rowing, Indoor
      Rowing, Outdoor
      Rugby
      Running

      – S –
      Sailing
      Salibandy
      Scooter Riding
      Scouting
      Scuba Diving
      Sepak Takraw
      Shinty
      Shooting Sports
      Shot Put
      Shuffleboard
      Shuttlecock
      Skate Sailing
      Skateboarding
      Skating
      Skeet Shooting
      Skiing
      Skijoring
      Skydiving
      Sledding
      Snooker
      Snorkling
      Snow Skating
      Snowbiking
      Snowboarding
      Snowmobiling
      Snowshoeing
      Soccer
      Softball
      Spearfishing
      Speed Skating
      Speleology
      Squash
      Squirrel Fishing
      Steeplechase
      Stretching
      Stone Put
      Street Hockey
      Street Luge
      Sumo Wrestling
      Surfing
      Swimming
      Synchronized Skating
      Synchronized Swimming

      – T –
      Table Soccer
      Table Tennis
      Tae Kwon Do
      Tai Chi
      Target Shooting
      Target Sports
      Tchoukball
      Team Handball
      Ten Pin Bowling
      Tennis
      Tether Ball
      Three Pin Bowling
      Throwing Sports
      Tobogganing
      Torball
      Track and Field
      Tractor Pull
      Trampoline
      Triathlon
      Tug of War
      Turtle Racing

      – U –
      Unicycling
      Unihockey (Floorball)
      Ultimate Frisbee
      Underwater Hockey
      Underwater Photography
      Underwater Rugby

      – V –
      Varpa
      Volleyball

      – W –
      Wakeboarding
      Walking
      Water Aerobics
      Water Ballet
      Water Basketball
      Water Polo
      Waterskiing
      Weight Lifting
      Weight Training
      Whitewater Rafting
      Winter Triathlon
      Wrestling

      – Y –
      Yoga
      YoYo

      MORE SPORTS
      Crossball
      Danball
      Disc Golf
      DooshBall
      Dowling
      Freeze Tag
      Roofty Roofy
      SWcuffleball
      SlamBall
      Slaughterball
      Squeegee
      Stacking
      Suburbanball
      Tag
      Throw Bowling
      Toccer
      Volotennis
      XexnonBall
      Zhubal

      hope you can choose one…

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    What Can I Do Outside For Fun? Im not a fatass.. its just that u go to school in anothe rtown so i don’t really know anybody and I don’et go outside that often. I was wondering what i could do outside to entertain me

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      Outdoor activities could include adventure racing, backpacking, bicycling, camping, canoeing, caving, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, kayaking, mountaineering, mushing, photography, adventure park, rock climbing, running, sailing, skiing, and surfing.

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    I Want Names Of All Adventurous Sports?

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      ADVENTURE TRAVEL: Eco-Cultural Tours, International Adventure Vacations, Multi-Activity Vacations, Safaris, Festival/Events
      ADVENTURE RACING/MULTI-SPORT COMPETITION: Events
      BICYCLING: Mountain Bike Tours, Mountain Bike Events, Road Bike Tours, Road Bike Events
      CLIMBING & MOUNTAINEERING: Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Ropes Courses, Canyoneering
      FISHING & HUNTING: Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing , Hunting
      PADDLE SPORTS: Canoeing, Kayak Touring, Whitewater Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting
      WATER SPORTS: Cruises, Sailing, Surfing, Scuba/Snorkeling, Tubing
      WILDERNESS TRAVEL: ATV / Jeep Tours , Backpacking / Trekking, Hiking / Walking, Horsepacking / Riding, Llama Trek, Orienteering
      WINTER SPORTS: Cross-Country Skiing, Dog Sledding, Downhill Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing.

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    • Ratta
    • February 10, 2014
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    Is Camping A Sport? What Kind Of Camping Sports Are Available? Yahoo sections camping as a sport. What kind of camping sports are there? I like camping and would possibly be interested in camping sports
    But yahoo wouldnt list it if it wasnt a sport?

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      Camping is an outdoor recreation. Sport activities often fall within camping activities.

      “Outdoor recreation or outdoor activity is leisure pursuits engaged in the outdoors, often in natural or semi-natural settings out of town. Examples include adventure racing, backpacking, cycling, camping, canoeing, canyoning, caving, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, kayaking, mountaineering, photography, adventure park, rock climbing, running, sailing, skiing, and surfing. Outdoor recreation may also refer to a team sport game or practice held in an outdoor setting.”

      “Some outdoor goal-directed activities are: backpacking, canoeing, canyoning, caving, climbing, hiking, hill walking, hunting, kayaking, and rafting. Arguably broader groupings of goal-directed outdoor activities would include water sports, snow sports, and horseback riding. Goal-directed outdoor activities are predominately physical, though they may also be mentally, emotionally, and spiritually rewarding. The outdoors as a physical or social setting may meet the needs of physical health, self-sufficiency, risk-taking, the building of social ties (including teambuilding), and the needs of achievement (such as practicing, enhancing and challenging skills, testing stamina and endurance, and seeking adventure or excitement). The outdoors can be an environment in which people ‘show what they can do’.”

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    How Do I Plan An Amazing Race Themed Birthday? I have a friend turning 50 who is a HUGE fan of Amazing Race. We want to rent a limo and do a pub crawl, but need ideas of what to have her do in the bars (tasteful!) in order to receive her next clue!

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      We did the same thing last year but it was a vacation. 7 of us total 3 adults and 4 kids ranging from 3-14. It was really for the kids but we had 4 destinations. On christmas day (6 months before trip) we gave out “inviations to the Amazing Family Adventure” and their 1st Clue. They guessed the clue (it was California). But they didn’t know where they were going in CA or what they would be doing and they had no idea what they would be doing or going for the rest of the trip! For each activity and destination we gave them a clue. Utimately we when to LA (Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica) then drove to Vegas, caught a flight to Tampa Florida and then drove to Orlando before heading home. The kids had a ball. Before we left we had gym bags (luggage) each in different colors (so they would immediately know that it was theirs) with there names on them. This was like their backpack. Their bags were packed with their clothes and other things they would need on the trip – sunglasses, gum, bathing suit, etc. All of their stuff was in the color theme of their bag and they even had a $ store pencil case to hold there clues.

      The amazing race is really like a scavenger hunt with lots of travel involved. Plan out your route. Maybe go to the places you want to take her on her birthday and have the bartender, waiter or hostess give her her next clue at each location. We gave the clues to one of our hotel front desk clerks early one morning. The kids had to go to the lobby and see the clerk to get there next clue. Maybe have her drink a few shots at this bar. Dance at another etc. Find something at another palace. Try this exotic dish at another. Depends on how wild you want to get. And maybe get a nice hotel room or suite for the end of the night (pitstop for the leg of the race).

      Good Luck and have fun!

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    • Dave
    • February 14, 2014
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    What Kind Of Hiking/backpacking Races Exist?(if Any)? I don’t want the typical run. I am looking for a race that takes you through the wilderness where true strategy comes into play. For example, you might have to decide when to set up camp for the night or press forward to make better time. Does such a race exist? If so, can I do it solo or do you need to have a team? Am a required to take a safety course or other training to participate? Thank you!! ( I have seen adventure racing but I am more interested in just hiking)

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      Go into the army infantry and when you go for your expert infantryman’s badge there is a 12 mile march. To pass the task, you’ll need to run in full combat gear with a 45lb rucksack and rifle. Though it’s not a race against your fellows per say, it turns into one around 9 miles in.

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    Any Ideas For A Cheap And Effective Marketing Campaign For A Backpack? I need some cool ideas for a marketing campaign. I’m starting my own business making/designing sports clothing and gear and we’re getting ready to launch our first product this Xmas: A backpack for extreme sports (ie. trail running, adventure racing). We have a tight budget and need to come up with something very soon that will help us Launch this pack…Any ideas? Let me hear your thoughts!!! Thanks!!

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