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Ping Pong — a popular name for Table Tennis.
Pitch and Putt — like golf, but on shorter holes and only a putter and a wedge are allowed.
Pitton — a net and racquet-based sport played with a hard pickleball paddle and a badminton shuttlecock.
Platform Tennis — a variation of tennis with modified equipment on a much smaller court surrounded on all sides by a fence.
Playboating — a whitewater sport in which athletes on kayaks or canoes perform various moves in a fixed place called the playspot.
Pleasure Driving — a horse and carriage sport judged on a horse’s manners, performance, quality and conformation.
Pocket Billiards — also known as Pool, it is the name for a range of Cue Sports played on a table with six pockets along the rails, into which the main aim is to hit balls into the pockets. There are hundreds of pool games – popular versions include Eight-Ball and Nine-Ball, as well as Ten-Ball, Straight Pool, One-Pocket and Bank Pool.
Poker — a card game that combines gambling, strategy, and skill. The winner of each hand is determined according to the combinations of players’ cards.
Pole Climbing — involves climbing very high wooden poles.
Pole Dancing — participants perform various types of acrobatic moves like spins, climbs, twists and body inversions around a pole.
Pole Vault — an athletics event in which a competitor leaps over a bar using a flexible pole.
Polo (Horse Polo) — a team sport played on horseback in which the objective is to hit a ball into a goal using a long-handled mallet. Variations include Snow Polo, Elephant Polo, Cycle Polo, Yak Polo, Cowboy Polo plus many more.
Polocrosse — an equestrian sport combining the sports of lacrosse and polo.
Pommel Horse — a male artistic gymnastics event in which the gymnast performs routines atop a symbolic horse.
Pond Hockey — a version of ice hockey played on a natural frozen body of water.
Pool — a common name for the cue sport of Pocket Billiards.
Popinjay — a shooting sport with either bows or rifles, in which the bird-like target is suspended from a pole.
Power Hockey — ice hockey played on an electric wheelchair.
Power Boat Racing — ocean-going powerboats race against each other.
Powerchair Football — indoor football for people in wheelchairs.
Powerlifting — tests of strength on three lifts: dead lift, bench press and squat.
Practical shooting — dynamic shooting sport using handguns and moving and shooting over obstacles.
Pradal Serey — a type of kickboxing from Cambodia. Also known as Kun Khmer.
Prizefighting — another name for bare-knuckle boxing.
Pushball — a team sport played with a large ball in which the objective is to push the ball through the opponent’s goalposts.
Q Sports
Qianball — a racket and ball sport developed in China which can be best described as a mix of aspects from tennis and squash.
Quadrathlon — an endurance sports event composed of the four individual disciplines of swimming, kayaking, cycling and running – also called quadriathlon.
Quidditch — the sport invented for the Harry Potter books has been adapted for the real world. See Muggle Quidditch.
Quoits — a traditional target throwing game in which rings are thrown at a target spike, the aim is to get them as close as possible to the target.
R Sports
Racerunning — a track and field racing sport for disabled athletes, in which they use a specially designed tricycle.
Race Walking — competitors attempt to outrace one another without running.
Racketlon — a combination sport, where players compete in the sports of table tennis, tennis, squash, and badminton.
Racquetball — a squash-type game involving hitting a hollow rubber ball using a stringed racket.
Racquets / Rackets — a sport similar to squash.
Raffa Bocce — a variation of bocce played on carpet, plastic balls are rolled or thrown towards a target smaller ball
Rafting — the objective is to navi

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