In Australia harness racing was originally called Trotting.
Polo was originally called hockey on horseback
Lacrosse was originally a native american sport that the settlers of North America picked up and it morphed into the modern day sport. It was originally played by the Iroquois tribe and was called lacrosse by a French man who first called it the sticking French which is lacrosse.
English Bulldogs were originally bred for the sport of Bullbaiting.
Volleyball, the name was changed because the objective of the game is to "volley" the "ball" from court to court.
The sport baseball originally came from town ball. It was played back when kids did't have all the things we have today.
Yes, Barrel Racing was a sport originally developed for women. Now, it's still primarily a women's sport, but is also popular for boys and girls.
Tennis became an Olympic sport in 1826. After being discontinued in 1924 it was brought back in 1988.When did tennis become an Olympic event How can tennis have beeen introduced into the Olympics as a sport in 1826 if it was only invented in 1873 by Major Walter Clopton Wingfield and patented as 'Lawn Tennis' (originally called 'Sphairistike' , acient greek) in 1874! or when the first modern Olympics was only introduced again in 1896 since it had been abolised by christains in ancient times for its pagean influence. I believe it was 1896 not 1826.
It was originally called day of wellness.
i believe it was originally called Ethiopia
no. cheerleading was originally a men's sport.
Amarillo was originally called Oneida.
no. it was originally called massachusetts.
The name that lacrosse was originally called is baggatway
The game of volleyball originated in the year 1895 in Holyoke, Massachusetts. The game was based off of tennis and handball, it was originally called mintonette and was meant to be less physical then the sport of basketball.
AnswerThey were originally called Cowbelles.
Halloween was originally called All Hallow Eve.
it was originally called Den Norske Stats Oljeselskap
In the early days London was originally called Londinium