common sports terminology

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Definition Terminology Sport
1 over par Golf
Name of throw used at start of game and after a team scoresUltimate (Frisbee)
Most famous bike race- takes place in FranceBiking
Glass back of a basketball hoopBasketball
Center if the board- most pointsDarts
Area that boxers fight inBoxing
A common move used to set up the ball for another playerVolleyball
Option for team instead of kicking an extra pointFootball
Sand area- don't want to hit in it Golf
When a defensive player tackles the quarterbackFootball
Awarded to team when a player is fouled in penalty boxSoccer
Hole that balls go into Billiards/Pool
Knock down all the pins, but not in one shotBowling
Big U shaped ramp skaters and snowboarders useSkateboarding/Snowboarding
Place where the relief pitchers warm up before entering the gameBaseball
Definition Terminology Sport
Object hit back and forth over the netBadminton
Term for 2nd place in a horse raceHorse Racing
Perfect score- all strikesBowling
When a player scores three goals in one gameHockey/Soccer
Area cars go to fuel up and make adjustmentsNASCAR
When a player is fouled, he/she shoots theseBasketball
Arc just above penalty box Soccer
On a serve, when the ball hits the net and goes overTennis
Serve that is not touched by opposing playerTennis
Timer that a team must shoot before or they will lose possession Basketball
Main part of lacrosse stick- long pipeLacrosse
Team has this when an opposing player is sent to penalty boxHockey
Trophy won by NHL championsHockey
A referee in baseball Baseball
Pitcher pitches 4 ballsBaseball

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