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American football[edit]


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Coaches and executives[edit]

Ken Schreiber High School baseball coach, minor league player-sourced [18] and [19]. This is encyclopaedic because... Included in his 38 plus years of coaching the Slicers, Ken has established a record that will most likely stand the test of time, 1010 wins and 217 losses for an outstanding winning percentage of .823. He is the winningest coach in the state of Indiana in any sport, ranks third in the nation in victories. Included in those 1010 victories are 25 conference titles, 28 sectionals, 18 regionals and 11 semi-states that led to a record 7 state championships, 1967, 1971, 1976, 1982, 1987, 1990, and 1992. The 1973 team was a state runner-up.

American football teams and stadiums[edit]

I would like a page created so fans can know the history of Southern Virginia University football. [24]


  • On the bubble (sports) – Can apply to any sport or other entertainment, but often taken to mean either a team that is barely in contention for a post-season berth and needs to either win and/or have the results of other team's games go a certain way for the team to make the post-season; or a player who is in contention for a spot on a team's roster but needs to do certain things to be considered. Sports-related articles in which the term has been used: [25] and [26] [27]
  • Clemsoning-sourced [28] and [29]. The act of delivering an inexplicably disappointing performance, usually within the context of a college football season. Clemson has clemsoned for the past three years in the school's losses to West Virginia, and twice to Florida State, respectively. (i.e. Oklahoma State's overtime loss to an unranked Iowa State was a full-blown clemsoning.)
  • Dial-A-Down (American football) A Dial-A-Down is a trademarked device[4] used in American football by officials to judge the distance of the ball from different points on the field; usually in measuring distance from the scrimmage line to the next first down or field goal. It is generally constructed various weather proof material and large enough to be seen from any general area near the field. They are built using a long pole, an anchor or chain to mark the start point and a flip card tablet at the top with bright colored numbering to indicate the down and or distance in yards remaining. They are used in post-secondary and collegiate extra-curriculum football conferences also, to notify teams, coaches, officials and spectators of the current down and the distance from or to the next scrimmage.

See Also:

  1. Line of scrimmage
  2. Snap (gridiron football)
  3. Down (gridiron football)


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Association football (soccer)[edit]

Requests for articles about association football (soccer) are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Gary Marshall Bristol City Footballer 1980's Big four(Premier league)

Beach Soccer[edit]

Nehru Cup[edit]

LG Cup (association football)[edit]


Farm of Professional Soccer[edit]

Women's football / soccer[edit]

Requests for articles about womens football / soccer are on a separate page, and should be added there.


Australian rules football[edit]

Requests for articles about Australian rules football are on a separate page, and should be added there.


Competitions and seasons[edit]




In 2015, Morgan was named Ambassador for the state of Jalisco at the Milan, Italy World Expo, helping to promote trade with Mexico in Italy and worldwide) (

Logos and Uniforms[edit]


  • Braves-Phillies rivalry - Both teams have battled against each other in the NL East for a couple of decades, such as both teams have the most titles in that division. Also had a memorable 1993 NLCS.2016–17 Philadelphia 76ers season
  • Dodgers–Phillies rivalry - Both teams competed for the 1950 National League pennant (Wh the Dodgers were still in Brooklyn, and faced each other in five storied National League Championship Series (1977, 1978, 1983, 2008, and 2009), the most frequent match-up in the history of the NLCS, tied with the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates match-up. The Dodgers have also recently employed many of the Phillies former stars, such as Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins, and Carlos Ruiz. Source:[72][73]
  • Orioles-Yankees rivalry - This has been deleted twice, but based on the number of sources provided by the Braves-Mets rivalry, this should meet notability. The Yankees franchise started in Baltimore as the Orioles before moving to New York. Babe Ruth was from Baltimore. Bobby Murcer hitting a game winning hit for the Yankees against the Orioles the first game back from the Yankees mourning of their catcher and captain Thurmon Munson who had tragically died in a plane crash. Cal Ripken Jr. broke the consecutive games record held by Lou Gehrig. Derek Jeter hitting a walk off against the Orioles in his last game at Yankee Stadium. Several notable moments have happened including fierce competition during the 1970's and 1990's.


  • Bleacher Nation-sourced [74] and [75]. This is encyclopedic because it is a group dedicated to and a repository for fan based coverage of the Chicago Cubs, containing historical recounts, original opinions, and media analysis of the Chicago Cubs, notably around the rise to and winning of the 2016 World Series.
  • Wisconsin-Michigan League – Minor League in the 19th century.
  • Liga Obrera League – AA League 2007–2009 Chris Buron
  • M.I.N.K. League – Summer Collegiate Baseball League
  • Family Sunday – a weekly tradition where fans tend to bring at least three other family members to the ballpark on Sundays
  • Major League Baseball Draft secondary phase
  • Grand cycle is the feat of a single player hitting a 1-run, 2-run, 3-run and 4-run (grand slam) homer in the same game.
  • Paris Parasites Minor League Baseball team in Texas and North Texas League in 1903–1905.
  • Federación Venezolana de Béisbol
  • Robert Bruzik-sourced [76] and [77]. Professional Baseball Player. Originally from Middletown, CT. Drafted in the 15th round of the 1983 Amateur draft by the Seattle Mariners. MVP of the 1983 NCAA Div. II Men's Northeast Baseball Regional and MVP of the NCAA Div. II Men's World Series Baseball participant Quinnipiac University. First ballot selection into Quinnipiac University Athletic Hall of Fame 1987, Elected Middletown CT. Athletic Hall of Fame 2011. Roy Hobbs Men's Amateur baseball World Series 2003 & 2005.
  • Bill Taunton Stadium - home of the Willmar Stingers in the Northwoods League; only current Northwoods League stadium without an article.


2018 Big West Conference Men's Basketball Tournament




  • Kelsey Mitchell – Current women's player at Ohio State. Achievements include the following:
  • Josh Hawkinson — Standout Mens basketball player at Washington State University (2014-2017): Washington State University's All time leader in Rebounds (1015) and Double Doubles (56). All-Pac 12 Second team (2017), PAC 12 Most Improved player of the Year (2015) Two time All PAC-12 Honorable Mention (2015,2016), PAC-12 Scholar Athlete of the year, Pac-12 Conference Tom Hansen Conference Medal recipient. Current professional basketball player for the Toyotsu Fighting Eagles (Japan)

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  • Nick Faust — Current professional basketball player for Ironi Nahariya team. [186]
  • Anthony Karasek/Tony Karasek former standout at Wake Forest University and Florida State University (1982-1987). A 1987 First Round Draft pick by the Albany Patroons in the Continental Basketball Association, and by the Tampa Bay Stars in United States Basketball League. Went on to have nearly decade long career by attending many NBA Camps (Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, and Golden State Warriors), and selected to the NY Knicks for 24 hours before being sent to Europe for development league play. Played internationally in France, England, Greece, China, Dominican Republic and Israel, and played for notable coaches Rick Barry, Gerald Oliver and Stu Jackson while with for numerous CBA teams (Charleston Gunners, Columbus Horizon, Cedar Rapids Silver Bullets, Albany Patroons, and the Fort Wayne Fury) and USBL TEAMS (Tampa Bay Stars, Jersey Shore Bucks, and the New Haven Skyhawks).

[187] [188] [189] [190] [191] Quad City Thunder

2018 MAC Men's basketball tournament




Canoe and Kayak[edit]

Canoe manufacturers[edit]

Kayak manufacturers[edit]

Canoeists and Kayakers[edit]

Dragon Boat Racing[edit]


Requests for articles about chess are on a separate page, and should be added there.



Cue sports[edit]

  • Thomas B. Harless- US Professional Billiards player in the 1960s and 70s. He was ranked 32nd in the United States before he placed himself in rehab for his cocaine addiction. He currently lives in Goochland, VA with his 17 children.
  • Barry M. Dubow- US open of pocket billiards, Billliards (Pool) Promoter and salesman
  • cueist – is linked to in the list of sportspeople by nickname, not exactly sure what it is.
  • Nikola Kemilev -Bulgarian pool champion.
  • Shoot Pool – 80's TV show about the London Championships.
  • Around the World (billiards) – billiards game in which multiple players may participate. "cutthroat" is another example.
  • Alan Chamberlain (snooker referee)

Ron "just like that" Dooley pro trick shot artist



Cycling teams[edit]

Male cyclists[edit]

Female cyclists[edit]

Coaches, trainers, organizers, administrators, painters, builders, mechanics[edit]



Dog Racing[edit]


Fencing), and developer of a test of physical fitness:,

Field hockey[edit]



Copa_América_–_FIFA_Futsal - pls create



If you have removed a golfer from this list, please add that name to the appropriate Lists of golfers, if not already present.

Golf clubs and courses[edit]

When a golf course has been added, remember to place it in the appropriate golf course and club category



Handball Team[edit]

Reading Lions Handball Club-sourced [354] and [355]. This is encyclopaedic because this team is playing in England South west league and qualify to championship south league in 2017. The team is competing in England handball professional level and playing league cup final in 2017.

Reading Lionesses Handball Club-sourced [356] and [357]. This is encyclopaedic because this team is playing in England South west league and won the leagu on 2016 and 2017. The team is competing in England handball professional level and won league cup final in 2017.


Don't add requests here unless it's for general articles about more than one hockey sport. See the headlines for Field hockey or Ice hockey instead.

Horse riding and racing[edit]


Finian's Oscar


  • 29 Cochise 2008 World Champion Bucking Bull in the CBR. 2008 Bull Of The Finals in the CBR World Finals. 2007 CBR World Finals Champion Bounty Bull. Bull Of The Finals of the 2007 National Finals Rodeo for the PRCA. Reserve Bull Of The Finals of the 2008 National Finals Rodeo for the PRCA. PBR short go bull. First bull in history to qualify for all 3 major bullriding World Finals in Las Vegas in the same year, including the PBR FINALS, CBR FINALS, NATIONAL FINALS RODEO. One of the most famous and feared bucking bulls in history by the cowboys. Owned and raised by Tut Henry of Gonzales, La. Sired by 497 Automatic and out of a dam sired by A6. 29 Cochise is a fast spinning, powerful 1500 lb horned bull white in color with painted spots of black, red, and brown. [360] [361] [362] [363] [364]

Barrel racing[edit]


  • Lacey Jamieson-Social media Equestrian Star [40]
  • Rico Walcott - very accomplished at the age of 26 born in Barbados 1989 rides mostly in Edmonton Canada won the leading rider championship 2011,2012,2013,2014 also won the Canadian derby 2010,2013 & 2014 won the british Columbia derby 2013 & 2014

Riding trainers[edit]

Horse breeders[edit]

Training Facilities[edit]



Martin H Benson - Owner of Windsor Lad 1935


Tryon International Equestrian Center in Polk County, NC. Info at The venue promises to be one of the top equestrian sport destinations in the world upon completion. (It has been open while under construction since 2014. It already has a 10 year agreement for sponsorship with Rolex.)

Ice hockey[edit]

A list of request ice hockey related articles can be found at Wikipedia:WikiProject Ice Hockey/Requested articles




Women's teams[edit]

Ice hockey players[edit]

Ryan Graves - NY Rangers prospect who won the fastest shot in the AHL shooting competition and is one of their top prospects


  • Fear the Fin An SB Nation blog about the San Jose Sharks.
  • WWHL Championship
  • 2007 Continental Cup
  • Jo Paw-Velski unofficial mascot of the San Jose Sharks [41]
  • Garrett Rank Yes, I know. A referee; probably shouldn't be on the list of requests. However, he's a golfer on the side, playing in amateur and mid-amateur tournaments during the offseason. Almost got to play in the 2013 Masters[42] and has played in the 2015 (I believe he missed the cut; if someone wants to correct me if I'm wrong, go ahead) and 2016 Canadian Open (made the cut). Also of note: He's a cancer survivor. I don't know if the backstory is suitable for a page creation.
  • Kyle Gustafson-Associate Head Coach of the WHL's Portland Winterhawks [376] and [377] and [378]. This is encyclopaedic because he is the Associate Coach of the WHL's Portland Winterhawks.

Jump Rope[edit]

  • Peter Nestler – A Guinness Book of World Records holder for numerous jump roping activities
  • FISAC-IRSF – The International Rope Skipping Federation of the world [379]. FISAC-IRSF is held every two years (like the Olympics), and is held all around the world. This year 2014, it is being held in Hong Kong.
  • USA Jump Rope – USAJR is an organization committed to the exchange and sharing of jump rope knowledge and experience. The organization offers a wide variety of information about jump rope to its members, coaches and physical educators through its books, video tapes, the Internet and other resources. USAJR also offers unique experiences and educational opportunities through its sanctioned jump rope workshops, camps, seminars and tournaments at the state, regional and national levels. [380]
  • World Jump Rope – An organization dedicated to unifying the world of jump rope, with its annual competition in Central Florida. The competition is open to jumpers/skippers all over the world. [381]


Lawn bowls[edit]

Chloe Watson , Youngest ever winner of the WIBC World Bowls Ladies Singles.

--2A02:1810:A432:6A00:2113:509D:4C9D:6480 (talk) 11:25, 2 February 2016 (UTC)

Martial arts[edit]

[408], [409]

  • Krasimir Mladenov Bulgarian professional MMA fighter, based in Las Vegas, currently signed to World Series of Fighting [410] and [411].
  • Vitaliy Shemetov (Dear editors, please add an article about a notable MMA and K-1 fighter Vitaliy SHEMETOV.

Own websites are here

  • James Gallagher (fighter) Irish MMA fighter currently signed to Bellator, has 3x fights in top tier promotion and meets notability guidelines as a result. [412] and [413].
  • Mike Shipman British MMA fighter and current BAMMA Middleweight world champion with x2 fights in Bellator (third likely december 15th at bellator 190) [414] and [415].
  • Leandro Higo Brazilian MMA fighter and current Bellator competitor
  • Nikidokai-sourced [International Karate & Kickboxing Hall of Fame member] and [416]. This is encyclopaedic because a new form of Martial Arts was created or invented by Hanshi Nico back in 1986. A form that is now considered Mix Martial Arts.
  • Fernando Yamasaki (6th Degree Black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Brother of Mario Yamasaki [417]and co-owner/head instructor of the International Yamasaki Academy) - [418] [419] [420] [421]





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Rowing teams[edit]

Rugby League[edit]

Other requested articles are listed at Wikipedia:WikiProject Rugby league/Requests List of Rugby League International Players who have represented more than one nation


Representative Teams[edit]

Domestic rugby teams[edit]


When will this be done???

  • It will be created when someone decides to create it. If you like, you can use the articles for creation process to make a draft article on the subject. This question doesn't require administrative help, so if you have further questions about creating articles, please direct them to the Teahouse. Katietalk 19:20, 2 December 2016 (UTC)

Rugby Union[edit]

Other requested articles are listed at Wikipedia:WikiProject Rugby union/Requests List of Rugby League International Players who have represented more than one nation


Domestic rugby teams[edit]

  • John Brown University R.F.C.
  • Ossett R.U.F.C.
  • Capilano Rugby R.F.C.
  • Belmont Shore Women's Rugby Football Club, a women's rugby club based in Long Beach, California and associated with the Belmont Shore Rugby Club. The club has won two national championships and the website is
  • Cardiff Medicals R.F.C. – The rugby club of Medical Students & doctors in Cardiff, it has the representative side of the Welsh National School of Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, Wales College of Medicine and now Cardiff University School of Medicine. Renowned as a titan of medical school rugby (17 NAMS Cups, 3 BUSA shields, 9 international, 2 British Lions). Earliest photos date form 1907 & became a member of the WRU in 1947. [429]
  • Nottingham Casuals Rugby Union Football Club
  • Delhi Hurricanes R.F.C – Delhi hurricanes rugby football club is a r.f.c. situated in delhi, India, for more information log onto
  • Wakehurst Rugby Union Club – Australian Based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney we boast a ground and set-up the envy of many. Our focus is safe social rugby and community involvement.
  • Crynant R.F.C.
  • Otago Country R.F.U. – Otago country is a team in the New Zealand 7s championship and is the host province. They are a sub union of Otago R.U. and represent Central Otago.
  • Flint Rogues R.F.C. – One of the original rugby union football teams in Michigan in its 38th year of existence, the club has a long and distinguished history of promoting rugby in the region and state
  • Long Island R.F.C. – The Long Island Rugby Football Club (LIRFC) was founded in 1972. In the Fall of 2005, the club moved up to Division 1 of the Met Union. It has enjoyed tremendous success there, twice making the Final 16 for the National Championships in 2007 and 2008. The club presently fields 2 sides and is still a major competitor in Summer 7’s.
  • Denver Harlequins R.F.C. – The Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club was founded in 1970. It currently competes in Divisions 2 and 3 in the Rocky Mountain Rugby Geographic Union. [430]
  • Bath Rugby Ladies

Rugby coaches[edit]


Bradley Johnson earned a Bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Paralympics as the first African-American in history to represent the United States in the sport of Sailing at the Paralympics or Olympics.


Category:Pistol and rifle cartridges


Freestyle Skating[edit]

Figure Competitors[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Australian Champion (Novice Men)

Ice sledge speed skating[edit]

  • Peter Axelson - Paralympic athlete from the United States of America who competed in the 1980 games.



Water Skiing[edit]

Alpine and Cross-country skiing[edit]

NASTAR National Championships[edit]

2005–06 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup[edit]

2014 Olympics – Men's Super-G alpine skiing[edit]

Paralympic athletes from the United States of America[edit]


Speed skating[edit]



Clubs and teams[edit]


Tennis players[edit]

Track and field[edit]

  • Gary Power – Athlete in the 110 m high hurdles, who in 1970 Sunkist Invitational meet in Los Angeles in 1970, Power edged the great Willie Davenport in the hurdles by 1/10th of a second, which was a huge victory, ending Davenport's win streak at 40-plus races.[460]
  • Hal Croft – Coach of Reading Memorial High School Track Team, which held the record for the longest winning streak in North American sports at 30 years.[461]
  • Mozelle Ellerbe, 1940 US Indoor champion [462]
  • Danie Malan, (born 1950) 1970s South Africa middle distance athlete,ranked world no. 2, 800 m 1971, World Record 1000 m 1973, defeated 1976 Olympic 1500 m silver medallist, Ivo Van Damm in 1976 but could not compete internationallly due to international sports boycott of South Africa[463]
  • James Eichberger – Athlete at the University of Arizona, All-American in Indoor and Outdoor Track. Mexican Indoor national 800-meter record holder. [464]
  • Grace Ping -- Cross-country runner, world-record holder for 5000 meters in two age-groups and two mile in one.




Amateur and collegiate wrestling[edit]

Professional wrestling[edit]

  • Preliminary wrestler
    • (I don't know what it means, though I can guess; I'm not a wrestling fan.)
    • (The term is used in WWE § Prior to Titan Sports.+ It wasn't defined there, but as I was copyediting the article, I checked; it has a wikilink, so I linked it. But that link is just a redirect to Job (professional wrestling), which doesn't mention the expression at all! I've been going round and round Portal:Professional wrestling trying to find the right place to mention this, but there's no listing for "terms used and linked in Wikipedia articles but not defined anywhere in Wikipedia". (Until I made one.)
I ran a search for the expression. +It's found in 55 articles including the redirect so named, almost all of them articles about pro wrestlers. Obviously this is a term that needs an article, or at least a clear definition that can be directly linked to. AWB says Job (professional wrestling) has never contained the expression.
I've written this problem up (in less detail) at Wikipedia:Requested articles/Sports § Professional wrestling, and am also linking from there to here. Please {{Ping}} me to discuss. --Thnidu (talk) 00:48, 13 June 2016 (UTC) )




Tag teams and stables[edit]

Decay tna tag team, consisting of rosemary, abyss, crazy Steve and also Jimmy havoc is known to have something to do with it,

Tournaments and events[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Adventure Racing[edit]

  • HQrecon – sourced [470], [471] and [472]. A new strategic adventure experience where the smart can outrun the fast. Full list of coverage can be found here: [473].

Barrel jumping[edit]

Bee hunting[edit]


  • Sazali Samad - Malaysian bodybuilder
  • Brad Castleberry - American bodybuilder (Instagram 740k followers) [478] Brad "Bradly" Castleberry is an American pro bodybuilder and powerlifter born in 1985. He first gained interest in weight training at the early age of 15 years old. Ever since then, he continued his career in bodybuilding and weight lifting. Castleberry gained popularity and notoriety around 2012 and has grown his Instagram following to over 725,000.

Bullet Ball[edit]

Fantasy sports[edit]


  • Jansen Cup (It's like the "Ryder Cup" of FootGolf. USA vs UK. Top players in the USA battling a series of play like best ball, alternate shot and individual stroke play to crown a champion. The event is being held at AFGL home course in Palm Desert California from May 21-24. Event is named after the inventor of the sport Michael Jansen) ( ,


  • IAFD (International Association of Freedivers) - third organisation for freediving (along with AIDA and CMAS); founded by Leferme's (AIDA's founder) rival Francisco Ferreras in 1996 presumably
  • Arthur Guérin-Boëri - first person in DYN over 300m and first in Jump Blue over 200m.
  • Max Poschart - world record holder in both Freediving (at least endurance 800m (first below 10minutes), speed 100m) and Finswimming (at least 100m SF)

Freestyle scootering[edit]

  • Tanner Fox - born 22 December 1999 in San Diego, California; social media personality, filmmaker, and vlogger with over 6 million subscribers on his YouTube channel; professional freestyle scootering athlete/ambassador; businessman, fashion designer, marketer, car enthusiast, traveler, selfmade millionaire [481]

International Army Games[edit]

in google search have a 47,500,000 results,

  • yesterday 3th start in russia. relate article in wikipedia : Tank biathlon

Medi Games[edit]

Medi Games - de:Medigames

  • World Medical and Health Games  :





Stunt Pogo[edit]

  • Nick McClintock Competes in Pogopalooza, stars in a web series. Has Records in his sport.
  • Fred Grzybowski [489] Also on Americas Got Talent and Nitro Circus. Competes in Pogopalooza, which is his sports highest competition. Also stars in a web series called Fred & Nick. Has records in his sport.


Underwater diving[edit]

Diving equipment[edit]


  • Chad Sharpe – co-founder of Ronix Wakeboarding
  • Mission Bay Aquatic Center – Wakeboarding and watersports school operated by San Diego State University
  • Phillip Soven-sourced [509] and [510] and [511] and [512] Professional wakeboarder and older brother of Bob Soven with whom he has a show on MTV called "Wake Brothers." He turned pro at 11-years-old and has won the world championships, the King of Wake, and the Pro Tour. In 2007, he became the first rider in the history of the sport to win the Pro Tour title, the King of Wake crown and the WWA World Series in the same year. WebPage
  • Robert "Bob" Soven -sourced [513] and [514] Professional wakeboarder and younger brother of Phil Soven with whom he has a show on MTV called "Wake Brothers."


  • Endurance Weightlifting The current weightlifting sub-categories of Powerlifting, Olympic Weightlifting and Bodybuilding do not accommodate endurance weightlifting i.e. lifting the maximum amount of weight possible, within a given time period.
  • Abbas Khatami IFBB Pro Bodybuilder [515], [516], [517], [518], and [519].


Starcraft II[edit]


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