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BASE Jumping

Base jumping consists of jumping off of high fixed objects with a packed parachute. B.A.S.E. is an acronym for the four categories ... Read More ›

Baseball

Baseball, a bat-and-ball sport, is considered America's national pastime. The object of the game is to score runs by hitting a ball... Read More ›

Basketball

Basketball is a team sport, where the object of the game is to score points by passing a ball through a 10 ft high hoop. Players ca... Read More ›

Billiards/Pool

Billiards/Pool, also referred to as a cue sport, are games where a wooden stick is used to knock balls into six pockets on a felt t... Read More ›

BMX

BMX, a cycling sport, consists of extreme racing, motor cross style, on tracks with expressive obstacles. Read More ›

Bowling

There are many forms of bowling, ten-pin bowling being the most popular. Players try to score points by rolling a bowling ball down... Read More ›

Broomball

Broomball is popular in Canada and is like ice hockey, only without the skates. Similarly, Broomball has comparable tactics to floo... Read More ›

Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping is an extreme sport where one jumps off a tall object such as a bridge, crane, building, or hot air balloon, with a ... Read More ›

Most Popular SportsThis Month

  • Basketball

    Basketball is a team sport, where the object of the game is to score points by passing a ball through a 10 ft high hoop. Players ca... Read More ›

  • Football

    Football, also known as American football, is a team game that combines strategy and physical play. The object of football is to ad... Read More ›

  • Volleyball

    Volleyball, an Olympic team sport, is the second most popular sport in the world today. There are over 800 million volleyball playe... Read More ›

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