Sports & Activities

  • Horse riding

    Horse riding, also known as equestrianism or horseback riding may be done for practical reasons such as working or transportation, as a cultural exercise, or for recreation or competitive sport.
    Competitive equestrianism includes horse racing, dressage,..

  • Ice Skating

    Ice skating is moving on ice with ice skates for exercise, leisure, travelling and as part of various sports including figure skating, speed skating and ice hockey. Ice skating may be done indoor, outdoor or on naturally occurring bodies of frozen water,..

  • Juggling

    Juggling is the skill of using one or both hands to toss and catch one or several objects, while keeping them in constant motion. Juggling is a form of art, recreation, entertainment or sport and features in fairs, festivals, theatres, circuses and as..

  • Kicking a ball - Soccer and Football

    Soccer also known as football or association football is a sport played between two teams of eleven players on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to put a spherical ball into the opposing goal using any part of the..

  • Long jump

    The long jump is a track and field event where each competitor has to run down a runway and jump as far as possible across a pit filled with finely ground sand.

    The long jump consists of the run-up, the last two strides, takeoff, movement adjustments..

  • Partner Dancing - Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Tango

    Partner dancing involves the coordinated dancing of two people who maintain some degree of connection with each other. One partner, usually the man, is the leader, and the other, usually the woman, is the follower. Types of partner dancing included in..

  • Polo

    Polo is a team sport played on horseback on a large grass field. Each team consists of four riders and their horses. Players score goals by hitting a small white wooden or plastic ball into the opposing team’s goal using a long-handled mallet.


  • Rowing, canoeing and kayaking

    In rowing a boat is propelled by the force of an oar blade, as it is pushed against the water.
    Rowing may be competitive or recreational. It may be done as an individual activity or as a team sport which can vary from two to eight persons. Propulsion..

  • Skateboarding

    Skateboarding is an activity which involves riding and performing tricks on a skateboard. It requires balance, coordination, flexibility, strength and power. It puts demand on ligaments and muscles but from only one direction. Skateboarding can be ambidextrous…

  • Skydiving

    Skydiving or parachuting is the sport of jumping out of an aircraft, free-falling for a period of time and then using a parachute to slow down and return to Earth. During the free-fall phase the body accelerates to terminal velocity. When the parachute..