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A stands for archery, athletics and aquatics.
B stands for basketball, badminton and baseball.
C stands for cycling, cricket and climbing.
D stands for dancing. D also stands for diving.
E stands for equestrian, an exciting sport on a horse.
F stands for football, floor hockey, and fencing.
G stands for golfing and gymnastics.
H stands for hockey and high jump.
I stands for ice skating, all around the ice rink.
J stands for judo; an ancient form of martial arts.
K stands for kayaking; a water sport with rapids.
L stands for luge; a speedy sport on a sled.
M stands for mountain biking, racing in the hills.
N stands for netball which is played a lot in England.
O stands for open fishing. Nooshi caught a big one.
P stands for pole vault, to leap up and over a bar.
Q stands for quad racing, which makes a lot of dust.
R stands for rodeo and racquetball.
S stands for swimming, soccer and softball.
T stands for tug-of-war and tennis.
U stands for underwater polo. It looks a bit like George Washington swimming in the Potomac, but it's not.
V stands for volleyball. You hit the ball across the net.
W stands for wakeboarding; skimming across the water.
X stands for xtreme sports. Sports filled with adventure.
Y stands for Yoga, which requires physical, spiritual and mental discipline.
Z stands for zebra racing. Hold on to those stripes!