Pretty much all that don't involve sliding/gliding, such as skating and skiing.
Start with the running sports.
track. anything that has to do with running. you use friction when running. but as for the 5 without use of friction then i have no idea
Swimming and some speed sports.
action and reaction, the ball moves with force, it stops with friction .
Ice skating does not require any friction because the skater needs to glide on the ice and if there was any friction on ice the skater would have trouble to skate smoothly on the ice. That is why ice skating does not require any friction at all from my perspective.
This is because it slows you down and it means that you will get hot feet
Friction is important for all sports. Without it it becomes really hard to accelerate For example a 100m sprinter. It would be great for him if there wasnt any air resistance (as long as he can breath). But he needs friction on the floor to push himself forward. However friction is less useful in hockey, skiing, and almost all types of boarding(snowboarding, wakeboarding, kneeboarding,
There are three types of friction and all are all actually used often. These are static friction, rolling friction, and sliding friction.
The type of force used.
Newton's 3 laws...
Bowling, curling, and tennis
1. Static2. Sliding3. Rolling4. Air5. Fluid