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National Sports

Name the national sports of each country
Data from Wikipedia
Some regions included
De jure means the sport is established by law, de facto sports are not established by law
For the purposes of this quiz, sports are referred to by their more widespread names.
Last updated: January 30, 2016
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De Jure
Country
Sport
Year of Establishment
Argentina
Pato
1953
Bahamas
Sloop sailing
1993
Bangladesh
Kabaddi
1972
Brazil
Capoeira
1972
Canada
Lacrosse
1994
Ice hockey
Chile
Chilean rodeo
1962
Colombia
Tejo
2000
Iran
Varzesh-e Bastani
1976
Wrestling
Mexico
Charrería
1933
Nepal
Dandi Biyo
1973
Pakistan
Field hockey
1948
Philippines
Arnis
2009
Puerto Rico
Paso Fino
1966
Sri Lanka
Volleyball
1991
Uruguay
Destrezas Criollas
2006
De Facto
Country
Sport
Afghanistan
Buzkashi
Anguilla
Yacht racing
Antigua and Barbuda
Cricket
Barbados
Cricket
Bermuda
Cricket
Country
Sport
Bhutan
Archery
Cuba
Baseball
Czech Republic
Ice hockey
Dominican Republic
Baseball
England
Cricket
Estonia
Basketball
Finland
Pesäpello
Georgia
Rugby union
Ghana
Football
Grenada
Cricket
Guyana
Cricket
Haiti
Football
Hungary
Football
Water polo
Israel
Football
Ireland
Gaelic games
Jamaica
Cricket
Japan
Sumo
South Korea
Taekwondo
Latvia
Basketball
Ice hockey
Lithuania
Basketball
Country
Sport
Madagascar
Rugby union
Malaysia
Sepak takraw
Mauritius
Football
Mongolia
Archery
Mongolian wrestling
Horse racing
New Zealand
Rugby union
Norway
Cross-country skiing
Papua New Guinea
Rugby league
Peru
Paleta Frontón
Puerto Rico
Baseball
Romania
Oinǎ
Russia
Bandy
Scotland
Golf
Slovenia
Alpine skiing
Tajikistan
Gushtigiri
Turkey
Oil wrestling
Cirit
Turks and Caicos Islands
Cricket
United States
Baseball
Venezuela
Baseball
Wales
Rugby union
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level 68
Jan 29, 2018
Fix the typo with Finland: Pesäpallo (=Baseball, so accept it?)