Common people played sports in the Elizabethan era as a tribute to the nobles. Some of these sports include dog fighting, bowling, archery, and wresting.
Cricket And Soccer
I am assuming you mean "sport." This refers to a physical activity that often involves competition. Some sports are played by teams, such as football or basketball, while others are played by individuals such as tennis or golf. Some sports are played for fun, by people who like that activity and treat it as a hobby; other sports are played by talented athletes who are paid for their skills. Sports that are played for money are often called "professional sports," while sports that are played just for enjoyment are sometimes called "amateur sports" or if they are played at a university, they may be called "collegiate sports."
What sports are played in the Midwest
Many sports are taught in Australian schools. Cricket, gymnastics, swimming, soccer, AFL, Touch, athletics, softball, T ball, netball, basketball, hockey and tennis are just some of the sports taught in Australian schools.
CRICKET, FOOTBALL AND TENNIS WERE POPULAR SPORTS IN THE 1960'S
Some sports that were played include Backgammon, Chess, and Jousting.
Some sports played in Canada are tennis, lacrosse, Skii/snowboard and others. Canada has so many sports played that is hard to name them all.
most of the sports in the U.S
Any sport can be played in the US. Some that are rarely played are; Cricket Australian football Irish Gaelic football and Hurling Netball Rounders
some same sports as british people
No she did not play any sports
Baseball, Billiards, and fencing are some sports that were played in revolutionary times
Some sports played in Columbia are baseball, basketball, football, and soccer
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Cricket, Tennis and Australian Rules Football
Some people are gifted at sports and some like to stay healthy and fit.
The US American sports people played in the 1860s were rather limited. Some of them included golf, boxing, cricket, baseball and rowing among others.
Some people play sports, who are they?