Sports Terms Quiz #1

We give you the term. You tell us the sport.
Give us the American name for the sport
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Last updated: August 28, 2018
First submittedJune 25, 2010
Times taken125,084
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Term
Sport
Puck
Ice Hockey
Pick & Roll
Basketball
Shuttlecock
Badminton
Peloton
Cycling
Scrum
Rugby
Suicide Squeeze
Baseball
Stiff Arm
Football
Yokozuna
Sumo
Term
Sport
Ollie
Skateboarding
Suplex
Wrestling
Uppercut
Boxing
Groundstroke
Tennis
Bogey
Golf
Double Axel
Figure Skating
Épée
Fencing
Term
Sport
Corner Kick
Soccer
Turkey
Bowling
Coxswain
Rowing
Ceiling Shot
Racquetball
Backstroke
Swimming
Huck
Ultimate Frisbee
Penhold Grip
Table Tennis
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Level 51
Jul 10, 2013
American Football should be accepted for Football
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Level 39
Jul 10, 2013
pretty easy, although snowboarding should be accepted for ollie as well, it is simply jumping on a board
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Level 45
Jul 10, 2013
isn't Squash the same thing as Racquetball?
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Level 58
Jun 17, 2014
Squash should be acceptable for racquetball .
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Level 65
Jul 5, 2016
Incorrect. The ceiling is not in play in squash, but is in racquetball.
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Level 35
Jul 10, 2013
Huck is also a big jump in extreme sports. Mountain Biking is one.
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Level 77
Dec 3, 2013
Also, tried skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, couldn't figure that one out.
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Level 21
Jul 26, 2013
Stiff Arm is also used in rugby
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Level 42
Apr 28, 2016
It's also used in grappling martial arts like judo to describe someone acting overly defensive by holding on to their opponent and locking their arms to keep someone away from them.
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Level 26
Sep 8, 2013
thanks for including ultimate
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Level 38
May 9, 2014
You should accept gridiron and american football - not only does "football" refer to different codes of football in different countries, in Australia it even refers to different codes depending on state.
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Level 15
May 12, 2014
No 'football' acceptable for soccer? Also, 'sailing' should be acceptable for coxswain as well as rowing.
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Level 50
May 27, 2014
All the people who are saying 'You should use different terms that show up in different countries', it says on top, 'Give us the American name'.
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Level 44
Jul 16, 2014
Well, I only knew a few of these. After I guessed the ones I knew, I just started guessing sports at random, and I got most of them. I suppose to make it more of a challenge, you could make it so we had to fill in the sport name next to the term.
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Level 38
Jul 28, 2014
Tricky! Can't believe i missed cycling
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Level 54
Dec 4, 2014
I seriously sat here thinking "I bet that's Sumo Wrestling. What's that called?"... and missed it.
+1
Level 49
Jan 4, 2015
Is Frisbee seriously a professional sport
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Level 67
Jun 14, 2019
why would throwing a disk be less of a sport than hitting a ball with a stick or your feet. Or throwing a ball ( that covers most of the sports I guess)
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Level 75
Feb 27, 2020
"professional" sport. If there are no governing bodies or paid participants then it probably would be considered a sport but not a professional one.
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Level 73
Sep 28, 2015
aka how many sports can you think of and hope they are on there somewhere
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Level 62
Oct 29, 2015
maybe accept association football
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Level 44
Nov 23, 2015
Aren't raquetball and squash kind of the same thing?
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Level 56
Mar 11, 2016
Similar but different, you can do a ceiling shot in squash though so it should be accepted as a correct answer.
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Level 67
Jun 14, 2019
wrong look it up, if it is rules where you can hit the ceiling it is racquetball.
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Level 77
Jan 21, 2016
I just ended up guessing random sports. I'm rubbish at sporty questions. But no cricket? That's just not... oh never mind.
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Level 51
Oct 23, 2020
Seems odd, since it is so popular in South Asia.
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Level 56
Mar 11, 2016
Huck is a term in a lot of sports, you either need to accept the other sports as well or change it to another term.
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Level 55
Sep 1, 2016
agree
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Level 70
Apr 10, 2016
I guessed Darts for 'Pen hold grip'...... didn't think of Table Tennis
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Level 78
Apr 29, 2019
Same
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Level 69
Sep 1, 2017
No "frisbee" (let alone "discus") for ultimate frisbee? Fair, but harsh.
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Level 34
Jan 27, 2018
the comments are brilliant ... football or soccer - seen "corner kick" so typed football and the "stiff arm" clue filled in, so being the reasonable Brit that I am, and having read the "bit at the top" I type soccer. . It's not difficult. It's an Amertican based website, we all know that, so live with it. BUT - what on earth is "Ultimate Frisbee"... and don't tell me there's a "Normal Frisbee" too...
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Level 82
Jul 22, 2019
Ultimate frisbee is a "non-contact team sport played with a flying disc". It's fun.
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Level 20
Jul 14, 2018
got 22 out of 22 it was fun but not that easy
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Level 42
Jul 17, 2018
ceiling shot might apply to handball or squash also
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Level 30
Nov 17, 2018
There is a shot named uppercut in cricket. ie; it is not a term limited to boxing. Cricket should also be accepted
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Level 68
Dec 13, 2019
Football should seriously be accepted for soccer, and American Football for "Football".
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Level 61
Jul 7, 2020
I thought tenpin would be a short cut for tenpin bowling, but it seems not. Nor is tenpin bowling allowed. Just "bowling". There are of course other sports called bowling. In the UK, we have crown green bowling and flat green bowling.
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Level 53
Aug 25, 2020
Probably right, but I think of those other sports you mention as 'bowls'.
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Level 16
Sep 30, 2020
hello, me and handog rated this quiz unna although was a tad bit westernized if unno what i mean aka yankeedoodle, since when is ultimate frisbee a sport, may as well call a dartsman a proffessional sportier. thank you for the quiz