Team sport

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January 18, 2022

Team sport (English: team sport) includes any sport in which many people work together towards a common goal. A team sport is an activity in which individuals are assigned to opposing teams in order to ultimately find the winner. Typical examples are basketball, volleyball, water polo, handball, lacrosse, cricket, baseball, and various types of football (football) and hockey.

Overview

In team sports, teams compete against each other. Here, the participants will interact directly and simultaneously to achieve a certain goal. One of the purposes is that people on the same team will try to adjust the path of a ball or similar object to match the rules to score points. Some sports have other ways of accomplishing the goal, such as swimming, rowing, sailing, traditional sailing and athletics (or track and field). Some types of team sports do not require competition or scoring, such as mountain climbing. Instead, the relative difficulty of the climb or path is a measure of achievement. In some sports where the participating parties are a team, team members not only compete against other rival members, but also compete against each other for ranking purposes. Typical examples are motorsport, especially Formula One. However, in cycling, the members in addition to competing with each other also need to support another person, usually a member with the best ability to finish. This process is known as team order and was banned from Formula 1 racing from 2002 to 2010. Following controversy over team orders at the 2010 German Formula One Grand Prix. The rule was lifted until the 2011 season.

Olympics team sports

There are currently seven team sports at the Summer Olympics. Whether cricket will appear at the 2024 Summer Olympics or not depends on the decision of the International Cricket Council and its members. A cricket tournament was held at the 1900 Olympics, although only one was played between Great Britain and France. However, the British team is actually a club and the French players, including many foreigners, are living in Paris. Ice hockey, roller skates and ice marbles are sports in the World. At the Winter Olympics, in the men's track, there were two sub events for quads and twos, but the womens was limited to two. All Olympic events included events. of men and women.

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Reference

Note Book Baofu, Peter (October 17, 2014). The Future of Post-Human Sports: Towards a New Theory of Training and Winning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4438-6993-5. Barber, Gary (December 1, 2006). Getting Started in Track and Field Athletics: Advice & Ideas for Children, Parents, and Teachers. Trafford Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4122-3847-2. Filppu, Lucy, The Benefits of Team Sports, accessed November 13, 2010 Dyer, William; Dyer Jr., William; Dyer, Jeffrey (2007)

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