Sports Culture
Introduction
In the world to day there are so many sports, baseball, basketball, soccer, football, etc.
every person in there lives plays a sport, or they have a sport that they like to watch.



SPORTS
The world that we live in has many kinds of sports. All sports are played across the whole world. Surprisingly little is known about the origin of baseball. The question has been the subject of considerable debate and controversy for more than 100 years. Baseball (and softball), as well as the other modern bat, ball and running games, cricket and rounders, developed from earlier folk games.
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James Naismith, M.D. was the Canadian inventor of the sport of basketball Basketball started December 15, 1891 with thirteen rules, twelve of which are still used today, a peach basket nailed to either end of the school's gymnasium, and two teams of nine players. The object of the game was to dribble the ball up the court and make the ball into the basket. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.


The origin of golf is open to debate among Chinese, French, and Scottish.
basketball.jpgGolf is generally regarded to be a Scottish invention, as the game was mentioned in two 15th-century laws prohibiting the playing of the game of "gowf". Some scholars, however, suggest that this refers to another game which is much akin to shinty or hurling, or to modern field hockey. They point out that a game of putting a small ball in a hole in the ground using golf clubs trying to make the ball in with the least swings
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Football historians, those who have studied the game and its origins, place the game’s beginnings in rugby, an English game played with many similarities to football. Rugby began in eighteen twenty-three at the famous Rugby Boys’ School in England. Another cousin of the game of football is soccer; its beginnings can also be traced to English origin, being played as early as the eighteen twenties. The point of this game is that each team has to try to run or throw the ball and try to make it in the end zone. the team with the most points at the end of the game wins
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All throughout history, many ball games have emerged as well as perished independently to one another, often leaving us with nothing but speculations. Considering that many of these games were impulsive and had few or no regulations, it is likely that they also were quite violent. The roughness of these early games surely must have demanded involvement of the legs, for kicking.

We have to emphasize the difference between such scuffles and today's skillful game. Even although modern football evolved from rugby, a major distinction stands between the two - the feet are not only used for kicking but also for controlling and moving the ball (dribbling). Using body parts other than the feet, like the head or chest, is another factor suggesting the development advanced technical skills.soccer.jpg



The object of Soccer is that there are two teams, each team runs up and down the field with a soccer ball. In this game you are trying to amke the ball into the goal the most. The first team with the most points at the end of the game wins