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Naginatajutsu — a Japanese martial art of wielding the naginata, a weapon resembling the medieval European glaive.
Naval Pentathlon — comprises an obstacle race, life-saving swimming race, utility swimming race, seamanship race, and an amphibious cross-country race.
Netball — a team game with seven players on a side, similar to basketball except that players are restricted to certain sections of the court, and a player receiving the ball must stand still until they have passed it to another player.
Newcomb Ball — an early variation of Volleyball, teams throw a ball back and forth until it hits the floor or is mishandled.
Nine-a-side Footy — a mini version of Australian Rules Football, with 3 players each designated as forwards, centers and backs.
Nine-Ball — a version of Pocket Billiards played with nine balls, numbered 1 through 9. A player who legally pockets the nine-ball is the winner. Most professional tournaments are conducted for the nine-ball format of pool.
Nine-Man Football — a variation of American Football for smaller schools.
Nine Pin Bowling — a variation of bowling with only 9 pins set up in a diamond pattern.
Ninjutsu — The traditional Japanese art of the Ninjas – incorporating stealth, camouflage and sabotage, now practiced as a martial art.
Nordic Combined — a Winter Olympics sport in which athletes compete in a combined event of Cross-Country Skiing and Ski Jumping.
Nordic Skiing — a field of competitive skiing that includes all events where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski (as opposed to Alpine skiing). Includes Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, and Biathlon, Nordic Combined and Telemark Skiing.
Northern Praying Mantis — a style of Chinese martial arts, sometimes called Shandong Praying Mantis.
Novuss — a national sport in Latvia, with similarities to carrom and pocket billiards. Played on a 1-meter square wooden board with pockets in each corner. A small cue stick is used to strike a puck to hit small discs into the pockets.
O Sports
Obstacle Course Racing — an event requiring an athlete to run through a variety of different obstacles.
Ocean Rowing — involves rowing races across entire seas and oceans.
Offroad Boarding — another name for Mountainboarding.
Off-Road Racing — many motor sports have competitions ‘off-road’, meaning on rough terrain.
Oil Wrestling — a form of wrestling called Yağlı Güreş in Turkey, is where the wrestlers cover themselves in oil.
Oină – a Romanian traditional sport, similar in many ways to Baseball and Lapta played outdoors by two teams of 11 players, taking turns either batting or catching.
Okinawan Kobudō — weapon systems of Okinawan martial arts, also known as Ryūkyū Kobujutsu.
One Day International (ODI) — a form of Cricket played in a single day, usually 50 overs per team. An even shorter version is the Twenty20.
One-Pocket — a version of Pocket Billiards where the objective is to pocket all the object balls into a single pocket.
Open Water Swimming — competitive swimming races conducted over various distances (10km at the Olympics) held in rivers, lakes and oceans.
Orienteering — participants find their way to various checkpoints across rough country with the aid of a map and compass, the winner being the one with the lowest elapsed time.
Outdoor Handball — another name for Field Handball.
Outrigger Canoeing — racing using a type of canoe featuring one or more lateral support floats known as outriggers, which are fastened to one or both sides of the main hull.
Over-the-line – a bat-and-ball sport related to baseball and softball with just 3 people per team. Unlike the other sports, the batter and pitcher are on the same team.
Oztag — a form of Tag Rugby
P Sports
Paddle Tennis — a variation of tennis on a smaller court, lower net, using a solid paddle and ball.
Paddleball (1 wall) — a small rubber ball is hit against a single wall with a solid paddle.
Paddleball (4 wall) — like racquetball/squash but played with a solid paddle racket.
Paddleboarding — a person kneels or lies prone on a board and uses their arms and hands to propel themselves through the water.
Padel — a mix of tennis and squash, played on a much smaller court with walls and a solid paddle racket.
Paintball — a skirmish sport in which players compete to eliminate opponents by tagging them with capsules containing water-soluble dye propelled from paintball guns.
Palant — a Polish sport with lots of similarities to modern baseball played using a wooden stick and a rubber ball.
Paleta Frontón — a wall-based racquet sport that originated in Peru.
Palla — a traditional street game played in villages of Italy.
Pankration (Amateur) — A modern version of the Ancient Olympic sport of Pankration.
Parachuting — also known as skydiving, involving jumping from an aircraft with just a parachute.
Para-Climbing — Sport Climbing for disabled athletes.
Para-Cycling — cycle racing events using adaptations for disabled athletes, such as tandem bikes and hand-cycling.
Paragliding — riders using para-gliders perform cross country or acrobatic maneuvers.
Parallel Bars — an artistic gymnastics discipline performed by men which comprises predominantly of swings and vaults with two parallel bars.
Paratriathlon — involves a 750 m swim, a 20 km bike with handcycles, bicycles or tandems with a guide, and a 5 km wheelchair or running race.
Pärk (or Paerk) — an outdoor team sport that originated in Gotland, where players hit or kick the ball to gain field position.
Parkour — activity involving overcoming obstacles in an urban space.
Park Skateboarding — skaters perform tricks in on a course like a familiar skate park containing bowls and pools in a complex combination with ramps and course bends.
Patball — schoolyard game played with hands or head for hitting the ball against a wall.
Pato — a cross between Polo and Basketball played on horseback. It is the national sport of Argentina. A similar sport is Horseball.
Pehlwani — a form of wrestling from South Asia. A win is achieved by pinning the opponent’s shoulders and hips to the ground simultaneously.
Pelota Mixteca — an ancient game similar to tennis without a net, the ball is hit with decorated gloves.
Pencak Silat — a fighting sport from Indonesia which collectively encompasses martial arts of various styles.
Pesäpallo — a Finnish variation of Baseball, the major difference is that the ball is pitched vertically.
Pétanque — a type of boules in which the objective is to throw hollow metal balls towards a small wooden target ball.
Peteca — played by hitting the shuttlecock with your hand over a high net.
Pickleball — a non-contact racket sport that is similar to badminton, tennis, and table tennis.
Picigin — a traditional water sport from Croatia in which the aim is to prevent a small ball from touching the surface of the water.
Pigeon Racing — the objective is for each pigeon to return back to its home as fast as possible.

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