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Sport is organised or unorganised recreation. Today it usually implies competition, usually implies following rules, and often means competitive sports and games. Originally in English, sport is leisure, as in hunting or fishing wildlife for entertainment rather than for subsistence or for the market. See Sport, etymology and meaning.
Sport or Sports may also refer to:
- In sports
- Sport Club do Recife, a Brazilian football team
- Sport Boys, a Peruvian football team
- Sport (Vaasa), Finnish ice hockey team
- Sport (US magazine)
- Sport (UK magazine)
- DSL Sport, a Serbian newspaper
- Several newspapers:
- In biology
- Any organism that shows a marked change from the normal type or parent stock, typically as a result of mutation. Fern sports were widely collected.
- Sport (botany), a part of a plant that shows morphological differences from the rest of the plant
- In photography
- Sport (camera), a Soviet 35 mm SLR camera launched in 1937
- In music
- The Sports, an Australian rock band
- Sports (band), a Canadian rock band based in Toronto
- Sports (Bill Cosby album), an album by Bill Cosby
- Sports (Huey Lewis and the News album), an album by Huey Lewis and the News
- Sports (Tokyo Incidents album), an album by Tokyo Incidents
- In general
- Sport, in the context of plants, refers to a naturally occurring genetic mutation or a bud sport
- Sportcoat or sports coat, a type of jacket that originated for men's wear in shooting among other outdoor sports
- "Sport", the third episode of ChuckleVision
- Sky Polarization Observatory (SPOrt), a cancelled Italian space observatory
- Sport, a New Zealand literary magazine
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