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HDH International Archery Association (HDH IAA) - H as Historical, D as 3-Dimensional, H as Hunting. Founded in 2010 by the members of European Archery Association. ()
Pete Shepley – Founder of PSE Archery
Scott Brown (archer) – Expert Archer
UKSAA – United Kingdom Student Archery Association
World Crossbow Shooting Association (WCSA) - One of the two major crossbow federations. World Championship disciplines: Target, Target match play, Forest, Forest match play, 3D, Bench & prone target and Indoor target. 
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Wolverhampton City Marathon - An annual event based in Wolverhampton, England. Events include a full marathon, a half marathon, a 19.5 km cycling event and a fun run. 
Girls Athletic Association - Sourced  (University of Michigan School of Education. The University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, Volumes 7-8. UM Libraries, 1936.) and  (Steiner, Andy. Girl Power on the Playing Field: A Book about Girls, Their Goals, and Their Struggles. Lerner Publications, 2000.). This is encyclopaedic because the Girls Athletic Association (GAA) is worthy of notice (passes notability test) since it was formed to meet a need for team sports for female athletes and for providing opportunities not allowed or limited prior to recognition by Title IX.  (American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Division for Girls and Women's Sports. Girls athletic association manual. 1966.), , , .
Eduardo Garcia (runner) - Born November 20, 1992 from Jacksonville, Florida is an American born U.S. Virgin Islands long distance runner who specializes in marathons. He holds several National records including the 3,000m (indoor), 5,000m (outdoor), 5,000m (indoor), 5k(road), 10,000m (outdoor), 10k (road), 15k, 1/2 marathon, and full marathon. He ran 2:18.50 at the 47th Chevron Houston Marathon held January 20, 2019 placing 22nd overall. By doing so, he ran the Olympic Qualifying entry standard time of sub 2:19 for the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Eduardo graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Sports Management and a minor in Business Administration. He had a stand out career as a student athlete for the Gators in cross country/track and field. He became the 2015 SEC Outdoor Champion in the 10,000m. Eduardo currently trains with Asics GTC ELITE, a Greenville, SC based post collegiate Olympic Development group). ,, , , , , , .
Marko Miinala – Finnish professional bandy player, world champion 2004.
Almaz Mirgazov – Russian professional bandy player, world champion 2016.
Mika Mutikainen – Finnish professional bandy player, world champion 2004.
Samuli Niskanen – Finnish professional bandy player, world champion 2004.
Timo Oksanen – Finnish professional bandy player, world champion 2004.
Sam Peebles (Baseball writer and podcast creator)-sources , , and  . This is encyclopaedic because Sam Peebles is emerging as a top contributor for MLB. He has already created the Braves Dugout podcast that has ranked as the #1 sports podcast on Goodpods, as well as a finalist for the Best of Bay award. He also has had hundreds of thousands of reads on his writing for SportsTalkATL and Tomahawk Take in just his first half year contributing for them. He is also a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), and makes regular appearances on ESPN Northwest Florida.
Mikhail Prokopyev – Russian professional bandy player, world champion 2016.
Denis Rysev – Russian professional bandy player, world champion 2016.
Alternative Baseball Organization - A developmental baseball program for those with autism and special needs. FOX5 Article and multiple others available on the Internet. Current exhibit also on display at Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Has been on all 4 major affiliates in Atlanta and Macon areas. , , , .
Wild Wild West League The Wild Wild West League is a four team wood bat baseball league based in Portland, Oregon. The league is made up of collegiate athletes and gives them an opportunity to showcase their talents. (,)
Javier Barrio – Los Indios de Juarez 1980's, Mexican Baseball league
Robert Bruzik - Professional Baseball Player. Originally from Middletown, CT. Drafted in the 15th round of the 1983 Amateur draft by the Seattle Mariners. MVP of the 1983 NCAA Div. II Men's Northeast Baseball Regional and MVP of the NCAA Div. II Men's World Series Baseball participant Quinnipiac University. First ballot selection into Quinnipiac University Athletic Hall of Fame 1987, Elected Middletown CT. Athletic Hall of Fame 2011. Roy Hobbs Men's Amateur baseball World Series 2003 & 2005. (; )
Katy Feeney Major League Baseball executive. Worked for 40 years for MLB, under a half dozen Commissioners. Retired last year as senior vice president, Club Relations and Scheduling. One of only a handful of women ever to reach that level as an MLB executive. Daughter of longtime baseball executive Chub Feeney. (Baseball-Reference.com; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Bo Fields – New York Mets fan known for her unique way of spurring on her team with the development of a unique arm rolling technique adopted by many Mets fans. She is most noted for her appearances in the 1986 World Series.
Devan Fink - baseball writer for Fangraphs. Featured on MLB Network, NPR, and in The New Yorker. Also spoke about using Social Media positively . Here are all of Fink's stories at FanGraphs.
Jesse Foreman – famous Sports and Entertainment Agent ([gsefirm.com])
Runar B. Gundersen - renowned marathon runner from Drammen, Buskerud, Norway. To date he has run 38 consecutive New York City Marathons and travels regularly to Squaw Peak in the Phoenix Mountains despite suffering from a chronic knee injury.
Luke McCatty - Former Professional and Collegiate player. He is the son of former Oakland A's pitcher and current White Sox coach Steve McCatty. He is currently in the front office for the Pittsburgh Pirates. (; ; ; )
Lewis Meacham – Chicago Tribune(?) sportswriter, booster and/or cofounder of the Chicago club or National League
Kōsuke Moriyama (ja) - Former Japanese baseball player
Osamu Takechi (baseball) - Japanese baseball player
Paul Thoutsis – Drafted in 1983 June draft in the 3rd round (74th pick overall) by the Boston Red Sox, Named to 1983 NY-Penn League All-Star Team, Named to 1986 South Atlantic League All-Star Team, Red Sox Minor League Player of the Year 1993.
Orioles-Yankees rivalry - This has been deleted twice, but based on the number of sources provided by the Braves-Mets rivalry, this should meet notability. The Yankees franchise started in Baltimore as the Orioles before moving to New York. Babe Ruth was from Baltimore. Bobby Murcer hitting a game winning hit for the Yankees against the Orioles the first game back from the Yankees mourning of their catcher and captain Thurmon Munson who had tragically died in a plane crash. Cal Ripken Jr. broke the consecutive games record held by Lou Gehrig. Jeffrey Maier has his own page, as the kid who deflected a batted ball, hit by Derek Jeter, into the Yankee Stadium stands for what umpires ruled to be a home run, rather than fan interference during Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS. Derek Jeter hitting a walk off against the Orioles in his last game at Yankee Stadium. Several notable moments have happened including fierce competition during the 1970's and 1990's.
Baseball by country
Baseball in Argentina
Baseball in Austria
Baseball in Brazil
Baseball in South Africa
Baseball in Sweden
Bleacher Nation - sourced  and . This is encyclopedic because it is a group dedicated to and a repository for fan based coverage of the Chicago Cubs, containing historical recounts, original opinions, and media analysis of the Chicago Cubs, notably around the rise to and winning of the 2016 World Series.
Family Sunday – a weekly tradition where fans tend to bring at least three other family members to the ballpark on Sundays
Federación Venezolana de Béisbol
Liga Obrera League – AA League 2007–2009 Chris Buron
M.I.N.K. League – Summer Collegiate Baseball League
Major League Baseball Draft secondary phase
History of the Milwaukee Bucks
1974–75 Arizona State Sun Devils men's basketball team
1995–96 Austin Peay Governors basketball team
1970–71 BYU Cougars men's basketball team
1979–80 Brown Bears men's basketball team—The 1979–80 Brown Bears men's basketball team represented Brown University during the 1979–80 men's college basketball season. The Bears lead by second year coach Joe Mullaney.
1968–69 Colorado State Rams men's basketball team
2002–03 Colorado State Rams men's basketball team
1988–89 East Carolina Pirates men's basketball team-The 1988–89 East Carolina Pirates men's basketball team represented East Carolina University during the 1988–89 NCAA Division I basketball season. The Pirates lead by second year coach Mike Steele.
2000–01 Eastern Illinois Panthers men's basketball team—2000–01 Eastern Illinois Panthers men's basketball team represented Eastern Illinois University during the 2000–01 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to Arizona.
1995–96 Eastern Michigan Eagles men's basketball team
1997–98 Eastern Michigan Eagles men's basketball team
1979–80 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team—The 1979–80 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team represented College of the Holy Cross during the 1979–80 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #6 Iona.
1992–93 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team—The 1992–93 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team represented College of the Holy Cross during the 1992–93 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #4 Arkansas.
2000–01 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team—2000–01 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team represented College of the Holy Cross during the 2000–01 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #2 Kentucky.
2001–02 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team—2001–02 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team represented College of the Holy Cross during the 2001–02 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #1 Kansas.
2002–03 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team—2002–03 Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team represented College of the Holy Cross during the 2002–03 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #3 Marquette.
2002–03 LSU Tigers basketball team
1985-86 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team
1968–69 Miami Redskins men's basketball team
1970–71 Miami Redskins men's basketball team
1977–78 Miami Redskins men's basketball team
1994–95 Miami Redskins men's basketball team
1995–96 Monmouth Hawks men's basketball team—1995–96 Monmouth Hawks men's basketball team represented Monmouth University during the 1995–96 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to Marquette.
2000–01 Monmouth Hawks men's basketball team—2000–01 Monmouth Hawks men's basketball team represented Monmouth University during the 2000–01 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to #1 Duke.
1974–75 Penn Quakers men's basketball team—1974–75 Penn Quakers men's basketball team represented University of Pennsylvania during the 1974–75 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to Kansas State.
1992–93 Penn Quakers men's basketball team—1992–93 Penn Quakers men's basketball team represented University of Pennsylvania during the 1992–93 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to UMass.
1993–94 Penn Quakers men's basketball team—The 1993–94 Penn Quakers men's basketball team represented University of Pennsylvania during the 1993–94 men's college basketball season. There, they defeated Nebraska to advance to the Second Round. In the Second Round, they lost to the #3 seed Florida, 70–58.
1994–95 Penn Quakers men's basketball team
1998–99 Penn Quakers men's basketball team
2001–02 Penn Quakers men's basketball team—2001–02 Penn Quakers men's basketball team represented University of Pennsylvania during the 2001–02 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to California.
2002–03 Penn Quakers men's basketball team—2002–03 Penn Quakers men's basketball team represented University of Pennsylvania during the 2002–03 men's college basketball season. They received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the first round to Oklahoma State.
Troy Barnies (American professional basketball player from Maine. Was named Mr. Maine Basketball in 2007 as well as Maine's Gatorade Player of Year in 2007. In college, he was made the America East Conference All-Conference First Team his senior year at the University of Maine. Currently is on his 6th year as a professional in Europe, playing for clubs in Turkey (Istanbulspor), Finland (Salon Vilpas), Latvia (BK Jekabpils & BK Ventspils) and Hungary (SE Atomeromu & Szolnoki Olaj KK). 
Seger Bonifant - star player and West Liberty University and 2 time NCAA Division II Player of the Year. Holds record for career 3 pt. percentage at any level of NCAA basketball. Current overseas player with Den Bosch. (; ; ; )
George Jackson (basketball) - First and only African-American to play basketball for Soviet Union. Also, first and only African-American to win a Soviet Union Basketball League title (1991) (; ; ; ; ; )
Anthony Karasek/Tony Karasek former standout at Wake Forest University and Florida State University (1982-1987). A 1987 First Round Draft pick by the Albany Patroons in the Continental Basketball Association, and by the Tampa Bay Stars in United States Basketball League. Went on to have nearly decade long career by attending many NBA Camps (Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, and Golden State Warriors), and selected to the NY Knicks for 24 hours before being sent to Europe for development league play. Played internationally in France, England, Greece, China, Dominican Republic and Israel, and played for notable coaches Rick Barry, Gerald Oliver and Stu Jackson while with for numerous CBA teams (Charleston Gunners, Columbus Horizon, Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets, Albany Patroons, and the Fort Wayne Fury) and USBL TEAMS (Tampa Bay Stars, Jersey Shore Bucks, and the New Haven Skyhawks). (; ; ; ; ) - also see Quad City Thunder
Emily Nkosi (/Emily Niemann)- Baylor 2005 National Championship Team, LGBTQ Activist and Spokesperson, left Baylor in 05' with controversy around her sexual orientation after hitting 5 3's in the National Championship game
Jonathan Vasquez - Southern California Basketball Player. Sharp shooting point guard with great talent, attended Nogales High School in La Puente, CA. Was wanted by Gonzaga University/Baylor/Turkey FIBA. Born March 2nd, 1989. ([www.htosports.com/hooptroopfamily]; [www.superstarbasketball.org/jonathanvasquez]; [www.espn.com/jonathanvasquez])
Scott Walter (basketball) (College Basketball player for the University of Akron. Back to Back Ohio State Basketball Champion.)
Gedi Juozapaitis (NCAA Basketball Division 1 and Division 2 player from London, England) 
Peter Won - Canadian paralympic basketball player of Korean descent 
DePaul–Marquette men's basketball rivalry
DePaul–Notre Dame men's basketball rivalry
Marquette–Notre Dame men's basketball rivalry
Basketball by country
Basketball in Brazil
Basketball in Finland
Basketball in Italy
Basketball in Mexico
Basketball in Russia
Basketball in South Africa
Scott Foster (basketball) NBA Scott Foster has officiated 1,477 regular-season games over 26 seasons as an NBA official. He has also refereed 187 playoff games, including 19 Finals games. Foster is most famous for his long standing feud with Chris Paul, as well as being disliked by many notable NBA players such as James Harden and Paul Pierce. 
Detainment of Brittney Griner: Professional basketball player Brittney Griner has been detained by Russian authorities over the past three months, give or take. The ordeal has received multiplicities of notable coverage (one example, another), as is an important element of USA-Russia diplomacy in the wake of the war in Ukraine.
Steve Klisanin - (Mr. America, 1955 and Mr. Universe, 1956)  (Fair, John: Mr. America: The tragic history of a bodybuilding icon)
Sazali Samad - Malaysian bodybuilder
Greg Clausen (born 1979)
Bjorn Vestrum Olsson
Kaizzad Capadia Celebrity Fitness trainer and body building champion in India
Brett Schneggenburger - Brett Schneggenburger is 24 years old born on May 15, 1994. Brett won the 2016 NPC Collegiate Physique Bodybuilding National Championships after winning the 2015 NPC Natural Pennsylvania Championships in Physique Bodybuilding. Brett is a 5-year United States Air Force veteran who served most of his time overseas/deployed. Brett also became an Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author in November of 2017 after publishing 10 TIPS FOR INSTAGRAM SUCCESS. Him and his girlfriend Ashleigh Correll have been skyrocketing on the social media platform, Instagram, over the last three years both equaling more than 300,000 followers. Brett is a soon to be graduate from Point Park University with a B.S in Mechanical Engineering, with minors in biology, chemistry, and mathematics. Brett was also accepted to LECOM medical school in 2015 where he plans to pursue graduate school. Brett is also the co-owner/CEO of Justpeachi, a health and fitness business that sells women's apparel and training. Very recently, Brett was also cast in multiple full length feature films that he will partake in before he starts medical school in July of 2019. Fitness
Walter Matthysse (Jr.) - fuentes  y . Esto es enciclopédico porque es un boxeador de la familia argentina "Matthysse".
Michaela Kiersch – Chicago Native, American Rock Climber known for her difficult outdoor ascents and first female ascentS, including the Golden Ticket 5.14c and Necessary Evil 5.14c. Michaela has bouldered up to V13 with her ascent of Crown of Aragorn. Michaela has also been a member of the US Team in all three climbing disciplines, lead, speed, and bouldering. She was the 2016 champion of the deep water solo competition Psicobloc and an American Ninja Warrior contestant on Season 8. , , , , 
Glenda Huxter British climber, ff-onsight of the E7 grade
Mike Ruddal – Team leader, Bridgend Mountain Rescue. Gave his life for scout.
Sven DeRoch – Detroit Native, International Mountain Climber and Trekker. Is 1 in 8 people to complete the famous Hayduke trail, Is the Founder and Leader of the International trekking Group Intensity Trekker. Is attempting to be the first person to lead an expedition threw the whole 4500 km of the Great Himalayan Trail.Also on a record breaking Triple crown hiking trip in the States. www.intensitytrekker.com, Seattle Backpackers MagazineWundersocksFacebook page
Guido Rey – an Italian mountaineer and author, need an English page.
Cambridge University Mountaineering Club One of the oldest university mountaineering clubs in the UK with some famous alumni, e.g. Al Rowse, and claiming to have some association with George Mallory.
Ricky Munday-sourced  and . A Chartered Accountant and Polar Ambassador, Ricky Munday reached the summit of Everest on 18th May 2018, at the second attempt. Over the last decade, he has completed eighteen expeditions in his attempt to become the second person, and first Brit, to climb the three highest peaks on every continent - the Triple 7 Summits. Since reaching the summit of Everest, Ricky has visited more than 65 schools to give inspirational talks to 14,000 young people to encourage them to raise their aspirations. In 2004, after being madde redundant, Ricky completed the 'toughest footrace on earth', the 150-mile Marathon des Sables. Between 1999 - 2008, he had a successful club rugby career with Glasgow Hawks RFC, winning three consecutive Premier 1 titles, and winning the Scottish Cup twice. In July 2018 he founded a social enterprise 'Inspire Alpine', with a social mission to help close the attainment gap faced by disadvantaged young people.
Andrew Khaw (Australian Rock Climber), born May 11th 2000, known as a rock climber influencer on instagram. He started rock climbing in 2017 and slowly grew a passion for climbing. Only recently since the opening of Climbfit Kirrawee, he has started change and improve. He then decided to start competing in rock climbing competitions. The first competition he entered was Tour De Corde, which is a regional social climbing competition, which he competed in the pumper category. ultimately winning. He then proceeded to compete in the NSW State Titles Bouldering competition. - Sourced http://www.sportclimbingnswact.com/results/
Felipe Proaño (Ecuadorian Rock Climber)-sources[www.feli-pro.com] (Felipe Proano is one of Ecuador´s most accomplished rock climbers. He is also a guidebook author of the 2 books Rutas de Escalada en Ecuador Vol.1 and Vol.2. Known for his drive in exploration Felipe has climbed high and far across the Andes) 
Jim Madsen (1947-1968) - , ,  Rock climber killed in 1968 fall from El Capitan while attempting rescue of two other climbers
Iryna Galay born May 18, 1988 known as Ukrainian mountaineer, politician and businesswoman. She is the first Ukrainian woman who climbed Everest. , , . She has page in Ukrainian Wikipedia 
Thomas B. Harless- US Professional Billiards player in the 1960s and 70s. He was ranked 32nd in the United States before he placed himself in rehab for his cocaine addiction. He currently lives in Goochland, VA with his 17 children.
Barry M. Dubow- US open of pocket billiards, Billliards (Pool) Promoter and salesman
Nikola Kemilev -Bulgarian pool champion.
Shoot Pool – 80's TV show about the London Championships.
Around the World (billiards) – billiards game in which multiple players may participate. "cutthroat" is another example.
Alan Chamberlain (snooker referee)
Ron "just like that" Dooley pro trick shot artist
Morteza Torabi (snooker_player) Morteza Torabi (Persian:مرتضی ترابی,born September 15, 1988 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian snooker player.
Jordan Tardi, 2012 BC Winter Games Mens Gold Medalist
Prairie State Cycling Series (10-day criterium race series in Chicagoland. Known as the Intelligentsia Cup through sponsorship naming rights.)  [ (Part of the 2022 USA Cycling National Criterium Series) 
Mark Juncaj (Marksuperfit) Is noteworthy due to his contributions as a humanitarian. He has caught my eye as a unique individual that inspires others and is completly selfless. I truly believe that this man deserves an article on Wikipedia. There are his early life stories on google of the struggles he had and then there are many stories on google of his redemption. I truly hope this guy gets an Wikipedia. Thank you for reading this!
3-feet law A law to protect bicyclists from motorists. The law has been passed in a number of states across the nation.
Bike fitting Bike fitting is process of adjusting a bike for a cyclist to optimize their comfort, performance and efficiency
Mavic Special Service Course (or Mavic neutral support), these yellow car you always see at the Tour de France
Stolen Ride Stolen bike community in London, UK. @StolenRide on Twitter. 
Croatian_Diving_Federation - adding Croatian Diving Federation as one with the most world champions and record holders in free diving
Palak Sharma – A competitive diver of Indian origin from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Winner of Gold medal in the 10th Asian Age Group Championships - DIVING held 29 September 2019 - 2 October 2019 in Bengaluru, India. 
Jack Haslam - Jack Haslam is a British Diver. He represented Great Britain internationally at events including the European Championships and represented Team England at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Nathan Meade (1966-1987) - ,  Australian competitive diver killed in 1987 training accident
Kurt Getz American fencer who attended Columbia University and is currently ranked 10th in the world.
Middle Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association (MACFA) [google.com]
Chester Hockey Club , founded in 1948; successful sports club in the North West of England and welcomes new playing and social members.
Neath Hockey Club
Thurrock Hockey Club
Surrey Spartans Hockey Club Newly formed club resulting from the merger of the Surrey Old Boys Hockey Club and the University of Surrey Hockey Club. We currently field four men's teams and one ladies team that complete on Saturdays. Based in Guildford, with home ground at the brand new Surrey Sports Park at the University of Surrey. Club Website
Gavin Featherstone long-standing coach, represented England at hockey, and coached USA and South Africa teams at the 1984 and 1996 Olympics respecctively
Ann Lumsden an Anglo Indian who received the Arjuna award in 1961, the first woman hockey player to get the honour.
Elvira Britto former Indian hockey player who won the Arjuna award.
Kerry-Anne Hastings - Scotland hockey player, daughter of Scott, and niece of Gavin.
TackleTour- Pioneer Tackle Review site
Vosseler fly reels
Stephen Pineau – Collegiate Bass Angler
Katie Powell – British junior olympic representative
John Veniard – One of the greatest flytiers of all time
M/S Flomann – On August the 28th 1986 the fishing trawler M/S Flomann from Hareide in Norway caught 2,471 tonnes of fish in a single throw of a purse seine-net. This many fish were not counted individually, but an estimate made at the time suggests there were more than 120 million fish in this single catch.
Dan Galusha – Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame Legendary Communicator who has worked in the fishing media industry of print, TV, radio, video and seminars for over 40 years.
Daniel Berdejo-del-Fresno - International PhD in Exercise & Sport Science, PE Teacher, Writer (3 books and more than 60 papers), Researcher, Sports Scientist, Multisport coach, lately focused in futsal. He has been working for several National Goberning Bodies such as British Cycling, England Basketball, Great Britain Basketball, England Hockey, England Beach Soccer and The Football Association. Since 2010 has been involved in futsal working for Manchester Futsal Club, Sheffield FC Futsal, The University of Salford Futsal Club, The International Futsal Academy (Loughborough United Futsal Club and Loughborough Futsal Club), the England Futsal National Teams (Seniors, U23s and U19s)and the World United Futsal Academy and La Famiglia Futsal Club in USA, as well as the PFL (Professional Futsal League. He has won several titles with his teams all these years at the same time he has been publishing books and scientist papers, delivering talks and helping to promote futsal. He is also a semipro runner that has been competing in First Division teams in Spain (La Rioja Atletismo and then Hinaco-Monzon) and England (Trafford A.C.) - 
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Jean Baptiste Ado
Doug Barron U.S. golfer (winner on the 2019 PGA Tour Champions)
Jack Black (golfer) (played 1921–22 New Zealand Open)
Sam Offord – All Around Australian National Champion 2007 & 2009, 2006 Commonwealth Games Silver Team Medalist & Bronze Vault Medalist.
Shoot (handball) - there is a wide variety of shots used in handball; Shot in Place, Leaning Back Shot , Vertical Jump Shot , Stride /Jump Shot, Shot While Falling (Forward Position, Backward Position), Situational Shots (in particular situations), Trick shots (zeppelin, eret)... just to name a few
Reading Lions Handball Club-sourced  and . This is encyclopaedic because this team is playing in England South west league and qualify to championship south league in 2017. The team is competing in England handball professional level and playing league cup final in 2017.
Reading Lionesses Handball Club-sourced  and . This is encyclopaedic because this team is playing in England South west league and won the leagu on 2016 and 2017. The team is competing in England handball professional level and won league cup final in 2017.
EHF Beach Handball Champions Cup (since 2014), competition for clubs like EHF Champions League
EBT Masters , European Beach Handball Tour, competition for clubs like EHF Champions League
3d Yazıcı 3d yazıcı modelleri sayesinde isterseniz projenizin elle tutulur bir çıktısını oluşturabilir, isterseniz üzerinde uzun süredir çalıştığınız modelleme örneğinizi çabuk bir biçimde hayata geçirebilirsiniz.
Don't add requests here unless it's for general articles about more than one hockey sport. See the headlines for Field hockey or Ice hockey instead.
29 Cochise 2008 World Champion Bucking Bull in the CBR. 2008 Bull Of The Finals in the CBR World Finals. 2007 CBR World Finals Champion Bounty Bull. Bull Of The Finals of the 2007 National Finals Rodeo for the PRCA. Reserve Bull Of The Finals of the 2008 National Finals Rodeo for the PRCA. PBR short go bull. First bull in history to qualify for all 3 major bullriding World Finals in Las Vegas in the same year, including the PBR FINALS, CBR FINALS, NATIONAL FINALS RODEO. One of the most famous and feared bucking bulls in history by the cowboys. Owned and raised by Tut Henry of Gonzales, La. Sired by 497 Automatic and out of a dam sired by A6. 29 Cochise is a fast spinning, powerful 1500 lb horned bull white in color with painted spots of black, red, and brown. 
Rico Walcott - very accomplished at the age of 26 born in Barbados 1989 rides mostly in Edmonton Canada won the leading rider championship 2011,2012,2013,2014 also won the Canadian derby 2010,2013 & 2014 won the british Columbia derby 2013 & 2014
Michael "Mickey" Gerard Walsh
My Virtual Eventing Coach
Tomás O'Brien – Successful Irish showjumping trainer. Also has his own riding school in Galway. Trained his son David O'Brien and Codarco – winner of the "Mr Springfield" Four Year Old National Championships at the RDS.
Etienne Pollet (racehorse trainer) Obituary:ETIENNE POLLET was one of the greatest trainers of racehorses of the 20th century. 
Rita Jackson – She was the first licensed female trainer in New Zealand. - 1950's – Wanganui
John Schireffs trainer of 2011 Horse of the Year Zenyatta. Zenyatta's first colt, Cozmic One just put under John's training barn at Belmont.
Steve Morguelan-sourced  and  and  and  and . Horse trainer in North America with over 250 wins over his near 30 year career.
Double Dan Horsemanship-sourced  and  and  . Dan James & Dan Steers are world-renowned horse trainers who specialize in liberty training. The duo makes up Double Dan Horsemanship with Dan James based in USA and Dan Steers based in Australia. They have performed at equine expos across the world, have a social media following of over 300,000 people and have had horses featured in photoshoots for Vogue, Versace, and the TV show Heartland.
Katsumi Minai (南井克巳) - former Japanese jockey who is also a horse trainer 
B2 Networks – Online streaming pay-per-view video network that broadcast sporting events (mainly minor league hockey games) – 
JMAC Hockey LLC – Owners of the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets.
La Serie Quebec-Montreal / La Série Québec-Montréal -- series of ice-hockey competitions between Quebec City and Montreal
Frozen Fenway – Annual outdoor Ice Hockey tournament held between 8 Eastern Massachusetts area Universities in Boston's historic Fenway Park; home of the Boston Red Sox.
Atlantic Division (NHL, 1993–2013)-I think it's necessary for us to split the current Atlantic Division article into articles for the pre-realignment one and the post-realignment because the two share no teams.
NHL Waiver Draft and NHL Intraleague Draft as a same continuation.
Fear the Fin An SB Nation blog about the San Jose Sharks.
2007 Continental Cup
Jo Paw-Velski unofficial mascot of the San Jose Sharks 
Garrett Rank Yes, I know. A referee; probably shouldn't be on the list of requests. However, he's a golfer on the side, playing in amateur and mid-amateur tournaments during the offseason. Almost got to play in the 2013 Masters and has played in the 2015 (I believe he missed the cut; if someone wants to correct me if I'm wrong, go ahead) and 2016 Canadian Open (made the cut). Also of note: He's a cancer survivor. I don't know if the backstory is suitable for a page creation.
Kyle Gustafson-Associate Head Coach of the WHL's Portland Winterhawks  and  and . This is encyclopaedic because he is the Associate Coach of the WHL's Portland Winterhawks.
Harpal Singh Flora - Founder of World Interschool School Rope Skipping Organisation, former Vice President of Internationa Rope Skipping Federation and former President Asian Rope Skipping Federation, President of Indian Rope Skipping Federation.
FISAC-IRSF – The International Rope Skipping Federation of the world . FISAC-IRSF is held every two years (like the Olympics), and is held all around the world. This year 2014, it is being held in Hong Kong.
USA Jump Rope – USAJR is an organization committed to the exchange and sharing of jump rope knowledge and experience. The organization offers a wide variety of information about jump rope to its members, coaches and physical educators through its books, video tapes, the Internet and other resources. USAJR also offers unique experiences and educational opportunities through its sanctioned jump rope workshops, camps, seminars and tournaments at the state, regional and national levels. 
World Jump Rope – An organization dedicated to unifying the world of jump rope, with its annual competition in Central Florida. The competition is open to jumpers/skippers all over the world. 
WIRSO - World Interschool Rope Skipping Organisation – An organization dedicated to promote the sport in schools across the world and organise interschool championship, with its annual competition in different parts of the world. This year 2019, it is being held in Belgium, first was in 2015 in Dubai second was in Hungary and third was in Hong Kong]] in 2018. The competition is open to jumpers/skippers all over the world. 
Flip Naumburg - Lacrosse coach, innovator. Won 4 national titles at Colorado State as head coach. Started the 'Rock-it Pocket' business that's still in business today, and helped found the Vail Lacrosse Shootout over 40 years ago. He helped originate the offset lacrosse head, a major technological change in lacrosse. https://laxallstars.com/flip-naumburg-rest-peace/
Heaton Mersey Lacrosse Club
Cambridge University Lacrosse Club
Hampstead Lacrosse Club
Oldham & Werneth Lacrosse Club
Rochdale Lacrosse Club
Poynton Lacrosse Club - name changed from Offerton Lacrosse Club in 1972
International Amateur Kickboxing Sports Association or International Amateur Karate-Kickboxing Sport Association (IAKSA/IAKKSA) - one of two major organizations for amateur kickboxing that still exists or by some sources existed alongside WAKO until 2006, when they united or by some sources were absorbed (http://www.iaksa.org)
Musado - German martial art, popular also in Czech army. An article is in simple:Musado
Nikidokai-sourced [International Karate & Kickboxing Hall of Fame member] and . This is encyclopaedic because a new form of Martial Arts was created or invented by Hanshi Nico back in 1986. A form that is now considered Mix Martial Arts.
Liu He Xin Yi Quan On the Xing Yi Quan page it mentions the style of Liu He Xin Yi but there is no link to describe the style in depth, there are little mentions of it in the Xing Yi article under the sub titles "Ma Xin yi liu he" and "Dai xinyi liu he" but as its technically a separate art with its own in depth history, techniques and lineages, I feel it deserves its own page. Several sources can be read up on for the art and are as follows; ChinaFromInside, Monkey Steals Peach, Shifu Neil Ripski's short description of the art on Red Jade Martial Arts, and of course the xinyiliuhe facebook page contains pictures of documentation and old practitioners of which permission can be asked for to use for the article there. Xinyiliuhe Facebook page.
Gulim Bibalayeva, taekwondoka with international medals.
Steve Zouski heavyweight boxer, fought George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Marvis Frazier, Corrie Sanders, Tommy Morrison
Craig Jones (grappler) Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitor
Chris Clodfelter Professional Muay Thai and Mixed Marital Arts fighter , United States Muay Thai Associations Lightweight Champion , The Ultimate Fighters Season 12 Alternate . Professional Muay Thai Record 7-3-1/ Professional MMA Record 9-7 . First Muay Thai fighter to compete professional at Madison Square Garden, NYC 
Chance Farrar-sourced  and . Chance Farrar was apart of the very first WEC featherweight title fight, and apart of the first main event of the very first ever Zuffa operated WEC card that took place at WEC 28 and eventually crowed MMA Legend Urijah Faber with his first major championship. Out of all of the entires on this list he is by far most notable for the above reasons.
Masio Fullen Mexican professional MMA fighter with three fights in the UFC and an appearance on The Ultimate Fighter 
James Gallagher (fighter) Irish MMA fighter currently signed to Bellator, has 3x fights in top tier promotion and meets notability guidelines as a result.  and .
Grandmaster Jung-Oh Hwang Silver gold medalist in Judo for Korea. Known philanthropist in Louisville, KY and many other states and countries. 9th degree black belt. Grandmaster of three Taekwondo schools in Louisville, KY, and even more in surrounding areas. 
Sonie Lasker - Is a multi-titled World Champion Mixed Martial Artist. She has been representing the U.S. Martial Arts Team since 2008 and has won over 22 Gold Medals. She also won a Bronze with WKA Kickboxing Team USA in 2010 at the World Championships in Scotland. - www.sonieshine.com
Lomalito Moala - Tongan Boxer, won Bronze at the 2010 commonwealth games 
Stanley Nandex - Professional kickboxer from Papua New Guinea known as Headunter. Multiple Kickboxing championships with a record of 48 fights, 41 victories with 30 victories coming by way of KO. Won seven world championships. 
Daniel Pope (karate)- author of "The Adventures of Dayne Traveler", World Karate Master Instructor of the Daniel Pope Institute, World Karate Champion
Samir Usenagić Multiple karate and kickboxing champion. Killed in Podgorica, Montenegro in 2001.
Dominic Waters American Professional MMA fighter with three fights in the UFC and an appearance on The Ultimate Fighter. 
Fernando Yamasaki (6th Degree Black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Brother of Mario Yamasaki and co-owner/head instructor of the International Yamasaki Academy) - 
Caradh O’Donovan-sources  and  and . This is encyclopaedic because she is a well known Irish kickboxer (WAKO) and karateka (WKF). She is a multiple kickboxing medallist at World and European level for twenty years and is now a broadcaster in radio. She is a founding member of Global Athlete.
Kiefer Crosbie-  and . Kiefer Crosbie is an Irish professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter who fights in Bellator MMA. His career professional MMA record is (6-0).
Don Madge (Mixed Martial Artist)-sourced  and  . This is encyclopaedic because he is a South African professional MMA competitor currently competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and won his fight at UFC 242 on the 7th September 2019 to move to 2-0 in the UFC. A draft article on Don Madge was created in the Articles for creation section on August 29, 2019 and is in the process of being reviewed.
Sultan Al Nuaimi (Boxing)-sources  and  and  and  and  . He's two times national boxing champion and an undefeated professional boxer with a record of 2 Wins 0 Losses 1KO from United Arab Emirates, born in 19th july 1993.
Children of Asia Games and Winter Children of Asia Games
Chinese Transplant Games
Citizens Sports Games: Non-Olympics events multi-sport games in Taiwan.
Cook Islands Games and Cook Islands University Games
World Summer Corporate Games and World Winter Corporate Games: It has many national games itself too.For example: Australian Corporate Games.Australian Corporate Games.Victorian Corporate Games.NSW Corporate Games.Queensland Corporate Games.Winter Australian Corporate Games.Mexico Corporate Games.UK Corporate Games.Bucharest Corporate Games.The Netherlands Corporate Games.....
Deaf Sports Carnivals
East African Community Games
East African Military Games
East African Military Community Games
Eastern Africa University Games
Eastern European Transplant Games
Elderly Sports and Fitness Conference of People's Republic of China
eSports Games of the Future
European Company Sports Games of Summer and European Company Sports Games of Winter
European Heart/Lung Transplant Games
European Maccabi Games
European Martial Arts Games: Created by WMAGC Association.
European Para Championships(Multi-Sports Events)
European Para Youth Games and European Para Winter Youth Games
European Police and Fire Games
European Transplant and Dialysis Games
European Winter Games (For Police & Firefighter & Paramedics)
Friendship Military Spartakiads of Summer and Friendship Military Spartakiads of Winter
Global Esports Games
Gorge Games and Winter Gorge Games
Indian Rim Asian University Games
Inter-High School Championships of Japan
International ASA Games and International ASA Winter Games
International Law Enforcement Games
International University Beach Games
Jeux Mondiaux De La Paix
Juegos Deportivos Escolares Nacionales de Peru
Juegos Universitarios Argentinos
Khelo India Para Games
Korean National Junior Sports Festival
Korean National Para Games
Korean National Winter Para Games
Korean National Youth Para Games
Latin American Games
Latin American Transplant Games
Lithuanian National Olympics
Luso-Brazilian Sports Games
Maccabi Australia International Games
Masters Indigenous Games
MTC Youth Games
National Biennual Games of Singapore
National Community Games of Singapore
National Para Games of China
National Games of Chile
National Games of Costa Rica
National Games of Taiwan and National Disabled Games of Taiwan
National Games of Uruguay
National Games of Venezuela and National Para Games of Venezuela
National Youth Games of Nigeria
National Indigenous Games of Taiwan
National Intercity Games of the People's Republic of China
National Intercollegiate Athletic Games
National Children and Youth Olympiad of Mexico
National Sports Winter Festival of Japan
National Sports Tournament for the Disabled of Japan
National High School Student Sports Games of the People's Republic of China
National University Student Sports Games of the People's Republic of China
National Student Sports Games of the People's Republic of China
National Student (Youth) Sports Games of the People's Republic of China
National Traditional Games of Ethnic Minorities of the People's Republic of China
New Zealand Games
New Zealand Masters Games
Nigerian University Games
North Queensland Games
Pacific School Games
Pan American Deaf Youth Games
Pan American Games for Patients with Asthma
Pan American Games for the Blind
Pan American Games for the Deaf
Pan American Maccabi Games
Pan American Wheelchair Games
Pan Arab Games for the Handicapped
Pan Pacific Masters Games
Pekan Paralimpik Nasional (Indonesia)
Seven Universities Athletic Meet
South American Deaf Games
South American Para Games
South Australian Masters Games
Special Olympics National Summer Games in New Zealand and Special Olympics National Winter Games in New Zealand
Shanghai International Games
Singapore University Games
The Norway Championships Week of Summer and The Norway Championships Week of Winter
The Straits Games
The Swedish Championships Week of Summer and The Swedish Championships Week of Winter
Transplant Games of America
Tras-Andean Games (Trasandina Youth Sports Games)
Trisome Games and Euro Trisome Games
Tropic Cup Games
Turkic International Youth Festivals
United World Games
USIP World Police Games
West Asian Para Games
World Artistic Games
World Company Sports Games
World Dancesport Games
World Dwarf Games
World Lithuanians Games
World Martial Arts Games
World Medical and Health Games
World Transplant Summer Games and World Transplant Winter Games
Atlantic Tempest-sourced  and  and  and . This is encyclopaedic because this team are rowing the Atlantic in 2015 and broadcasting their row live in a world first.
Flyweight Rowing – the weight class below lightweight, generally with a maximum of 145lbs in male categories.
Rowing Specific Training
Red Rose Crew
Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships
Royal Students Boat Club "Njord" – The oldest student boat club in the Netherlands (1874)
Great Miami Rowing – New rowing club in Hamilton Ohio
Rowington in the United States
Dan (D'Hop) Hopkins
Colette Lucas-Conwell (Colette Lucas-Conwell was born in Paris, France on August 12th, 1995. She moved to California in 2005 with her family. She began rowing in 2008 at NorCal Crew then Los Gatos Rowing club, before being recruited by the University of Virginia. In 2016 and 2015, she won gold at the Under 23 World Rowing Championships.)
Belmont Shore Women's Rugby Football Club, a women's rugby club based in Long Beach, California and associated with the Belmont Shore Rugby Club. The club has won two national championships and the website is www.bswrfc.com
Cardiff Medicals R.F.C. – The rugby club of Medical Students & doctors in Cardiff, it has the representative side of the Welsh National School of Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, Wales College of Medicine and now Cardiff University School of Medicine. Renowned as a titan of medical school rugby (17 NAMS Cups, 3 BUSA shields, 9 international, 2 British Lions). Earliest photos date form 1907 & became a member of the WRU in 1947. 
Nottingham Casuals Rugby Union Football Club
Delhi Hurricanes R.F.C – Delhi hurricanes rugby football club is a r.f.c. situated in delhi, India, for more information log onto delhihurricanes.co.nr
Wakehurst Rugby Union Club – Australian Based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney we boast a ground and set-up the envy of many. Our focus is safe social rugby and community involvement.
Otago Country R.F.U. – Otago country is a team in the New Zealand 7s championship and is the host province. They are a sub union of Otago R.U. and represent Central Otago.
Flint Rogues R.F.C. – One of the original rugby union football teams in Michigan in its 38th year of existence, the club has a long and distinguished history of promoting rugby in the region and state
Long Island R.F.C. – The Long Island Rugby Football Club (LIRFC) was founded in 1972. In the Fall of 2005, the club moved up to Division 1 of the Met Union. It has enjoyed tremendous success there, twice making the Final 16 for the National Championships in 2007 and 2008. The club presently fields 2 sides and is still a major competitor in Summer 7’s.
Denver Harlequins R.F.C. – The Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club was founded in 1970. It currently competes in Divisions 2 and 3 in the Rocky Mountain Rugby Geographic Union. 
Malcolm Onsando(Kenyan KRFU International Rugby union Player at U19 and Mens Level DOB 26/09/1994,Height 198cm weight 115kg's as of January 2021 position second row 5,15 test caps 1 international try against Namibia 2018. Clubs Brixham rugby 2016 -2017, Kenya Harlequins 2017-2020, Dinamo Bucharesti 2020-current)(.
Magnus Olsson (ocean racing sailors) Famous sailing personality.
ORR AP A scoring system for yacht racing
Tall Ship Windy A Chicago-based commercial tall ship. Built as a replica of an original Great Lakes schooner
Rolex Womens International Keelboat Championships A worldwide womens sailing event, sponsored by Rolex (watch company)
Alaa Shouhdy A Qatari Sailor
Bradley Johnson (American sailor) earned a Bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Paralympics as the first African-American in history to represent the United States in the sport of Sailing at the Paralympics or Olympics.
Whitstable Yacht Club A historic sailing club in the South East of England. Inaugurated in 1902, but with links back to the Whitstable Regatta in 1792, and the location of the introduction of the Flying Dutchman (dinghy) Olympic Trapeze dinghies, including their first ever World Championship in 1959 as the warm up event to the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome.
Boat Rent Switzerland, Winner of 2008-21 bootsvermietung zuerichsee (boot mieten)
Elliot Verburg (2x British Ice Dance Champion, skates with Sasha Fear)
Artificial ice surface
Northfield Skating School
Chang Wa Skating School
Skating Club of Wilmington
Rebecca Fowler (figure skater)
Irina Galiyanova (Canadian National Ice Dancer, International competitor competing for Canada, Canadian National Medalist)
Michael Olson (figure skater)
Oliver Porter – 2-time and current
Avidan Brown - Avidan Brown is an international and world competitor, competing for Azerbaijan with Anastasia Galyeta. Together they have competed all over the world and placed 31st at the 2016/17 World Championships.
2014 Winter Olympics Figure Skating Scandal- On home soil Sotnikova handed over-inflated points and gold medal on platter, Kim robbed. 2002 Salt Lake Olympics scandal repeat. Over 1,000,000 sign "change.org" petition for ISU for open-investigation on corrupt judging.  and  and  and  and  and  and  and  and 
Skyliners Synchronized Skating Skating Team (Synchronized Skating team that is nationally and internationally ranked.) (http://skylinerssynchro.com)
Rajkumar Tiwari- Tiwari made headlines when he won gold at the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, in the singles competition. It was India’s first international gold in a sport few know about in the country. He also won a silver with Kirti Kalra in pairs.
Peter Axelson - Paralympic athlete from the United States of America who competed in the 1980 games.
Alpine Skiing Topolino Trophy - The Topolino event is worldwide the biggest and most competitive of all international FIS children´s competitions. Each country only sends their best to this event, most countries using their full quota of 10 athletes. Other competitions like "Pokal Loka" (Skofja Loka, SLO) or "Pinnochio sugli sci" (Abetone, ITA) have similar competitor fields, but often the "second best" start at these events. Events like Whistler Cup (Whistler, CAN) or Vratna Interkriterium (Vratna, SVK) have smaller competitor fields (as not all of the alpine nations are present) and the full quota is often not filled. Competing at Topolino is an experience, winning at Topolino puts them on the map and opens doors to contract offers of the leading ski brands. The list of Topolino winners reaches from ski racing heroes Alberto Tomba, Benjamin Raich, Janica Kostelic, all the way through to current champs Mikaela Shiffrin (USA, 2010), Anna Fenninger (AUT, 2004), Dominik Paris (ITA, 2004), Andrew Weibrecht (USA, 2001), Michaela Kirchgasser (AUT, 2000) or Lindsay Vonn (USA, 1999).
XC Skiing Topolino Trophy The idea of creating a new Cross Country skiing promo event dates back in 1983...They wanted to develop the XC version of the notorious Trofeo Topolino Sci Alpino, namely the Alpine Skiing Topolino Trophy...was first run in 1984...https://www.skiritrophy.com/story-of-the-trophy/
Alpine and Cross-country skiing
Amélie Wenger-Reymond, Swiss telemark skier, most World Cup wins in International Ski Federation history 
Speed Riding The use of a parachute to let rider "fly" down the slopes
Hot Dogger Moves Namely the Polish Bagel
Duane "Dusty" Johnstone (US olympic coach, family legacy)
Walt Schoenknecht (Inventor of Snow Making)
Bob Muran – Internationally recognized ski coach. Personal ski instructor to many celebrities including Ted Kennedy, Nelson Rockefeller Jr, Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon, Dina Merrill, Cliff Robertson, Ivan Lendl and many more.
Massanutten Resort – A ski resort located in Massanutten, Virginia, near Harrisonburg.
[Jamie Crane-Mauzy “MoCrazy” (skiing)] Sources  and  and  and . This is encyclopaedic because Jamie is a World Record Holder, X-Games Athlete, and Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. She went from being a globally celebrated freestyle skier to relearning how to perform the simplest physical activities after a skiing accident left her paralyzed and in a 10-day coma. Today, via public speaking, Jamie motivates audiences around the world, proving they can accomplish miracles if they are willing to take a baby step each day. Her expertise in neuroplasticity and her experience with rare Brain Bolt technology  at Vancouver General Hospital make her extraordinary recovery encyclopedic.
International Ice Swimming Association (IISA), formed in 2009, "IISA is set out to keep world records with its vision to include Swimming as a category in the Winter Olympic Games and make it globally recognised sport."https://www.internationaliceswimming.com
Jaked – High-tech swimwear manufacturer
50 metres freestyle
200 metres freestyle
400 metres freestyle
1500 metres freestyle
100 metres backstroke
200 metres backstroke
100 metres breaststroke
200 metres breaststroke
200 metres butterfly
400 metres individual medley
4×100 metres freestyle relay
4×200 metres freestyle relay
4×100 metres medley relay
deep water stairs
Bath Cup & Otter Medley Competition
Mississauga Synchronized Swimming Association 
Heat Escape Lessening Posture
List of Olympic-size swimming pools in the United States (please start with Olympia, WA)
Hal Croft – Coach of Reading Memorial High School Track Team, which held the record for the longest winning streak in North American sports at 30 years.
Danie Malan, (born 1950) 1970s South Africa middle distance athlete,ranked world no. 2, 800 m 1971, World Record 1000 m 1973, defeated 1976 Olympic 1500 m silver medallist, Ivo Van Damm in 1976 but could not compete internationallly due to international sports boycott of South Africa
Brian Herron - (An American Track and Field athlete who competes in the 400 meters and the 200 meters , world junior record holder in the 4x400 meter relay  , indoor world junior record holder in the 300 meters) 
Benjamin Hoepelman (born 26 May 1995) is a Dutch male water polo player, playing at the driver position, playing for UZSC Utrecht.  He was part of the Netherlands men's national water polo team. He competed in several international tournaments.  He played waterpolo at CN Marseille during the seasons 2017-2018 competeting in the top French league.  He is the son of the water polo player Andy Hoepelman. His brother Ruben Hoepelman is also playing waterpolo. 
Robert Fedack is an American water polo player who plays at the national level. He plays on the United States junior national team, and has competed against top teams such as Croatia and Hungary. In the 2021 tournament, his team came last. He has a twin, William Fedack, who's also an athlete. The two grew up together in Sandy Springs, GA and played sports all their lives. Robert hopes to qualify for the next Olympics in 2024.
Amateur and collegiate wrestling
FILA World Wrestling Games, editions (at least): 2007, '08, '09; also featured championships in Grappling and Sambo, gathered together all the wrestling styles that do not appear on the Olympic programme. it seems it's defunct now.
UWW European Cup of Nations or sometimes European Nations' Cup - invitational wrestling competition. First 5 ranked teams in each of the disciplines (greco-roman, freestyle, men/women) at the previous European Wrestling Championship and host coutry are eligible. https://unitedworldwrestling.org/event/european-cup-nations
WAR Zone Live pairing system that uses an Elo-like (WAR, or Weight-adjusted rating) rating system in order to best pair wrestlers during tournaments; 
Trent Svingala - Division 1 for University at Buffalo, Top 5 in NYSPHSAA for wins. 123 consecutive victories (top 5 NYS History), 2x NYS champion, Pan-Am champion BJJ. 2-0 MMA
Gary Bairos – 2 Time All-American from Arizona State University, 4 time Pac-10 Champion, Captain of the 1980 ASU National Championship Team
Macey Kilty - Team USA women's wrestler; runner-up at 2020 Olympic Trials, 2018 Cadet World women's 69kg champion.
Jack Knight (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Ted Purcell (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Jim Chapman (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Jack Little (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Kevin Burke (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
George Marsh (wrestler) Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Tom Trevaskis Australian Commonwealth Games medallists wrestler
Plane Ride From Hell - An series of incidents from WWE performers and staff while on a return trip from their 2002 European tour which was recently covered by Sports Illustrated. It is currently WP:SALTed in 2012 due to lack of reliable sources and the WP:BLP nature of the event.
(I don't know what it means, though I can guess; I'm not a wrestling fan.)
(The term is used in WWE § Prior to Titan Sports.+ It wasn't defined there, but as I was copyediting the article, I checked; it has a wikilink, so I linked it. But that link is just a redirect to Job (professional wrestling), which doesn't mention the expression at all! I've been going round and round Portal:Professional wrestling trying to find the right place to mention this, but there's no listing for "terms used and linked in Wikipedia articles but not defined anywhere in Wikipedia". (Until I made one.)
I ran a search for the expression. +It's found in 55 articles including the redirect so named, almost all of them articles about pro wrestlers. Obviously this is a term that needs an article, or at least a clear definition that can be directly linked to. AWB says Job (professional wrestling) has never contained the expression.
Johnny Lind - part of the tag team Extremely Lethal
Johnny Mantell – known as Cowboy Johnny Mantell, Pride of Montague County, also wrestled as The Hood for Hollywood Wrestling in CA in 1980, former World Class Championship Wrestling / Southwest Sports alum
Little Bruiser-sourced  and . Born Murray Downs. This is encyclopaedic because he was one of the most popular midget wrestlers. Well known for being in a six man match against Blackjack Mulligan and Blackjack Lanza.
Mike Jackson (wrestler) – Pro Wrestling legend that wrestled in WCW, WWF, and NWA. Still Actively wrestles on the independent circuit in the Southeast.
Mike Lozanski – Original ECW wrestler, tragically died in his sleep at the age of 35 on December 18, 2003.
Mike Parrow - LGBT wrestler who has wrestled in AJPW, NWA, TNA, MLW, GCW, Evolve, and others. Has had interviews on Good Morning Britain and numerous other media outlets after coming out.
okeye giriş yapnette okeymobil okeyonline okey oyna - very accomplished at the age of 26 born in Barbados 1989 rides mostly in Edmonton Canada won the leading rider championship 2011,2012,2013,2014 also won the Canadian derby 2010,2013 & 2014 won the british Columbia derby 2013 & 2014
Mike Sholars-sourced  and . You may also find many media references here [www.mikesholars.com/media.com] This is encyclopedic because coach Mike Sholars meets the Wikipedia criteria of Notability, and the four American football national championships in four different countries is a masterful accomplishment
Mystery Man (wrestler) – Wrestler who lasted for a short time in the WWF
Nightmare (wrestler) – Professional Wrestler (Curtis Stone) WCW,ECW,SWCW,FCW (Curtis Stone – Founder of "Warriors 4 Christ Wrestling ((San Antonio))
Rasche Brown - part of the tag team The Skullkrushers
Rayna Von Tosh – First SHIMMER Women Athletes Academy Graduated. She has been wrestling for WSU and SHIMMER.
Ricky Noble – Independent wrestler in late 90's, early 2000's, Wrestled for NWA, APW (World Champion 3X, US Champion), Funkin Conservatory (TV Champion), ECCW (World Champion), UPW (World Champion) with long running feud with the Barbarian. Wrestled Adam Windsor at WWE show in Lakeland, FL. Ranked PWA Top 500 3 years. Wrestled for NWA World Tag Team Titles against Bad Attitude in Nashville as part of Boyz next Door. Former Kicker at UNC – Chapel Hill.
Sean Hanson – ref known as "The Whole Reffin' Show" Sean Hanson
Paradigm Pro Wrestling - Based in Jeffersonville, IN. Events are released worldwide on IndependentWrestling.TV. Generated publicity when it was the first promotion to promote a show under UWFI shoot-style rules in the United States in 25 years. Was also the subject of controversy when a wrestler threaten another wrestler with a knife in an unscripted segment.(Potential article sources include: , , , , , , , , , , , , , )
World Crossbow Shooting Association (WCSA) - One of the two major crossbow federations. World Championship disciplines: Target, Target match play, Forest, Forest match play, 3D, Bench & prone target and Indoor target.
HQrecon – sourced ,  and . A new strategic adventure experience where the smart can outrun the fast. Full list of coverage can be found here: 
International Federation of Arm Wrestlers (IFAW) - held armwrestling tournaments in conjunction with major International Federation of Body Builders (IFBB) bodybuilding contests, including early editions of the Mr. Olympia.
International Wristwrestling Club (IWC)
Professional Armwrestling League (PAL)
Ultimate Armwrestling League (UAL)
World Arm Wrestling Federation (WAWF)
World Armsport Federation
World Armwrestling League (WAL)
World Professional Armwrestling Association (WPAA)
World Professional Wristwrestling Association (WPWA)
World Wristwrestling Championship
World’s Wristwrestling Championship, Inc. (WWC) -first armwrestling organization, organized the first World’s Wristwrestling Championship - it was held in Hermann Sons Hall: the second largest auditorium in Petaluma in 1962; later those (WWC's) World championships were known as Petaluma World’s Wristwrestling Championship. 
Carling O’Keefe World Armwrestling Championship- Fred Salvador first organized in 1971 after Petaluma Worlds Wristwrestling Championships; later referred to as the birth of organized armwrestling in Canada. also known as Timmins Worlds
Bill Soberanes (and maybe Dave Devoto) -founder of armwrestling/wristwrestling sport
some of the top open weight pullers since 1950
Arnie Klein, Bill Harrison (arm wrestler), Christian Binnie, Cleve Dean, Dave Chaffee / USA, Denis Cyplenkov / RUS, Dmitry Trubin / KAZ, Duane Benedix nicknamed"Tiny", Earl Hagerman, Earl Wilson (arm wrestler), Erekle Gurchiani, Eric Woelfel, Evgeny Prudnik, Farid Usmanov, Garvin Lewis, Gary Goodridge (nothing on his arm wrestling career in the article), Jeremiah Christian, Jerry Cadorette / USA, Jim Dolcini, Joe Schuller, Krasimir Kostadinov, Larry Finlay, Levan Saginashvili / GEO, Lloyd Lampton, Marc Korman (arm wrestler), Maurice Baker (arm wrestler) nicknamed “Moe”, Michael Todd (arm wrestler) / USA, Mike Gould, Mike Rowe (arm wrestler), Oleg Zhokh / UKR, Revaz Luditze, Richard Lupkes, Ron Bath, Rustam Babaiev / UKR, Sasho Andreev / BUL, Steve Morneau, Travis Bagent, Vakhtang Javakhadze, Virgil Arciero, Vitalii Laletin / RUS, Zaur Tskadadze, Allen Fisher (arm wrestler)
top strongmen/armwrestlers before 1950
Richard Pennell -recognized by many as being the first American strongman, he was the first man to break the 200-lb barrier in the overhead press with one arm
Arthur Dandurand - thought to have armwrestled thousands of men, and has no known losses, in 1908 he managed to walk 23 feet with a wheelbarrow loaded to 4,300 lbs, he (apparently famous story) shouldered unassisted a Model T car engine weighing well over 400 lbs and walked away with it.
Hector Décarie -Canadian strongman
Joe Nordquest - in 1916 lifted 363 lbs in the lift that was the precursor to the bench press (lying flat on the floor as opposed to on a bench)-that record stood for 34 years. he’s credited with middle-finger curl with a 70-lb dumbbell, jumping from a 30" table to the floor with maintaining a handstand position. Known to be a great armwrestler, with no recorded losses.
Ian Batchelor, nicknamed "Mac" , a Los Angeles tavern owner, Between 1931 and 1956 armwrestled and beat approximately 4,000 different opponents. Had particular finger and wrist strength: he could do feats as bending four bottle caps simultaneously by placing them between his fingers and making a fist. He armwrestled everyone who challenged him-once an entire professional football team in one evening. Looked up to G.F Jowett. he did sport specific training for armwrestling. He won a special challenge match against Earle Audet(also undefeated puller until then), for the title of World's Wristwrestling Champion in 1946. Some challengers travelled great distances to try to beat him, but non was succesful.
Earle Audet, undefeated until match against Batchelor
Bee hunting or Bee hunt - been around for thousands of years. 
Paipo board (pronounced pipe-oh) - Either made of wood or fiberglass. Fiberglass boards usually had fins on the bottom.Tom Morey hybridized this form of riding waves on one's belly on a paipo to his craft of shaping stand-up surfboards.
WNBA NBC World Championships or WNBA Section Classic World Championships
WNBA NBB World Championships or WNBA Section Bohle World Championships
WNBA NBS World Championships or WNBA Section Schere World Championships
Walter Ezequiel Matthysse (Jr.) - fuentes . Esto es enciclopédico porque Walter Ezequiel Matthysse Jr. es el primer boxeador amateur en la histotia del boxeo argetino que ganó un título del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB).
IDF World Dart Championship ; one of two major tournaments in electronic darts nowadays
DARTSLIVE’s Soft Darts World Championship - otherwise known as "The World" or Soft Darts World Championship - The World, organized by WSDA; The World is an annual tournament that comprises various stages played in different countries over the course of a year. http://darts-theworld.com/ ; one of two major tournaments in electronic darts nowadays
The World Grand Final
SDWF Electronic Dart World Championship (Compumatic) or Electronic Dart World Championship (Compumatic) or SDWF Electronic Dart World Championship - possibly also known as Compumatic World Championship, organized by SDWF , Compumatic is a brand of electronic darts machines
Speed Darts World Championship, unknown organiser or if the name is correct; one edition was held in 2000 in Rheda-Wiedenbrück, Germany; there are a few speed darts disciplines
Soft Darts World Cup, possibly by WSDA, for teams
IDF Darts World Cup, for singles, pairs and teams
Super Darts - since 2007.; one of the strongest soft-tip darts tournaments, as for most editions qualifying criteria is win at one of the top soft-tip darts tournaments; sometimes steel-tip darts players also participate http://www.dartslive.com/superdarts/en/history/#sd2013
Festival International des Sports Extrêmes (FISE) - organizes World cup for some extreme sports that are part of other world associations/federations like BMX (UCI), Parkour (FIG), Wakeboarding (IWWF)...
Jansen Cup (It's like the "Ryder Cup" of FootGolf. USA vs UK. Top players in the USA battling a series of play like best ball, alternate shot and individual stroke play to crown a champion. The event is being held at AFGL home course in Palm Desert California from May 21-24. Event is named after the inventor of the sport Michael Jansen) (http://www.jansencup.com/ , www.footgolf.us)
IAFD (International Association of Freedivers) - third organisation for freediving (along with AIDA and CMAS); founded by Leferme's (AIDA founder) rival Francisco Ferreras in 1996 presumably
FREE (Freediving Regulations and Education Entity)
Ilaria Bonin - multiple CMAS world records in DYN, DNF (25m pool), Jump blue
Peter Colat - world record in DYN under ice by Guinness, multiple WR's in STA O2
Arthur Guérin-Boëri - first person in DYN over 300m and first in Jump Blue over 200m.
Nikolay (Nik) Linder - multiple world records in DNF under ice by Guinness (at least 84,77,68m)
Mateusz Malina - AIDA world records in DYN and DNF
Martina Mongiardino - multiple CMAS world records in endurance 800m and endurance 400m (possibly first women below 5 minutes in the latter)
Max Poschart - world record holder in both Freediving (at least endurance 800m (first below 10minutes), speed 100m) and Finswimming (at least 100m SF)
AIDA Freediving World Championships
AIDA Individual Freediving Depth World Championships
AIDA Individual Freediving Pool World Championships
AIDA Team Freediving World Championships
CMAS Freediving World Championships or CMAS Apnea World Championships
CMAS Freediving Outdoor World Championships or CMAS Apnea Outdoor World Championships; include CMAS Games (multisport competition for CMAS sports (finswimming, freediving...) which replaces World Championship the year it is held (at least some editions))
CMAS Freediving Indoor World Championships or CMAS Apnea Indoor World Championships; include CMAS Games
Tanner Fox (social media personality) - born 22 December 1999 in San Diego, California; social media personality, filmmaker, and vlogger with over 6 million subscribers on his YouTube channel; professional freestyle scootering athlete/ambassador; businessman, fashion designer, marketer, car enthusiast, traveler, selfmade millionaire 
Jadranka Zivka Marinovic also known as Jad, in media often goes just by Jad Marinovic - Australian of Croatian roots. Australia’s 1st MSIC, PRO MSWC, Kettlebell Marathon pioneer & Kettlebell Marathon World Champion, 1st Australian Kettlebell Marathon World Champion, multiple IGSF and IKMF world records, 1st woman in the World to lift double kettlebells for 1 hour in IKMF Kettlebell Marathon... 
Medi Games - de:Medigames - World Medical and Health Games : www.medigames.com/
Pickleball Association of Australia is the national governing body for the sport of pickleball in Australia and provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings, and promotional materials. https://www.pickleballaus.org/
USA Picklball (USA Pickleball, Formerly known as the USAPA (USA Pickleball Association), is the national governing body for the sport of pickleball in the US and provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings, and promotional materials. The association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation and governed by a board of directors and professional staff who provide the guidance and infrastructure for the continued growth and development of the sport.) (USA Pickleball Association Celebrates Sport's 55th Anniversary
Brolin Mawejje Ugandan snowboarder already red-linked in two articles: VOA, Denver Post, Jackson Hole promotional site, on The Moth, OZY, CNN video, about the documentary Far From Home on his career, source roundup, IMDB page, and many more. Has a good personal story that would make a nice main page feature
Gordon John Watson Australian Squash Champion 1939-1949, Hall of Fame inductee and Legend of Squash (Vic). 
Nick McClintock Competes in Pogopalooza, stars in a web series. Has Records in his sport.
Fred Grzybowski  Also on Americas Got Talent and Nitro Circus. Competes in Pogopalooza, which is his sports highest competition. Also stars in a web series called Fred & Nick. Has records in his sport.
Emilia Perry – Surfer/Model; Native of Western Australia, now heralding from Hawaii.
Terry "Tubesteak" Tracy – (Born: March 13, 1935 in Los Angeles Died: August 22, 2012 in San Clemente) California surf pioneer gave Katherine Kohner the nickname Gidget which became the basis for the novels, movies and TV series staring Sally Field. The character the "Big Kahuna" was based on Tracy. , , 
Zoltan "The Magician" Torkos – First surfer to ever do a kickflip on a surfboard. www.zoltantorkos.com
Phillip Soven-sourced  and  and  and  Professional wakeboarder and older brother of Bob Soven with whom he has a show on MTV called "Wake Brothers." He turned pro at 11-years-old and has won the world championships, the King of Wake, and the Pro Tour. In 2007, he became the first rider in the history of the sport to win the Pro Tour title, the King of Wake crown and the WWA World Series in the same year. WebPage PhilSoven.com
Robert "Bob" Soven -sourced  and  Professional wakeboarder and younger brother of Phil Soven with whom he has a show on MTV called "Wake Brothers."
Abbas Khatami IFBB Pro Bodybuilder
Endurance Weightlifting The current weightliww.bodybuilding.com/fun/other26.htm], , , , and .
fting sub-categories of Powerlifting, Olympic Weightlifting and Bodybuilding do not accommodate endurance weightlifting i.e. lifting the maximum amount of weight possible, within a given time period.
International Windsurfing Association (International Windsurfing Association, is the governing body for the sport of Windsurfing in the world and provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings, and promotional materials. http://www.internationalwindsurfing.com/
F&M Bank Arena – Venue in downtown Clarksville, Tennessee planned to open for the 2022–23 school year, with the main tenants being the men's and women's basketball teams of Austin Peay State University.
Idaho Central Credit Union Arena – Venue at the University of Idaho that opened in 2021 as the new home of the basketball teams.
Qubein Center – Venue at High Point University that opened in 2021 as the new home of the basketball teams.