collision sport

(redirected from Full Contact Sport)
A sport in which the athletes purposely hit or collide with each other or inanimate objects, including the ground, with great force and have a higher risk of transmitting blood-borne infections
Actions Tackling, body checking, blocking
Examples American football, boxing, ice hockey. lacrosse, full contact martial arts (MMA, Taekwondo, puroresu, jujutsu, Muay Thai, judo, and full-contact styles of karate), rodeo, wrestling

collision sport

individual or team sports during which the participants use their bodies to deter or block opponents, thereby relying on the physical dominance of one athlete over another.
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Excelling at his latest martial arts sport, the Wushu, which is a full contact sport derived from Chinese martial arts, Shakoory ranked among the highest performers at a recent Wushu tournament in Kabul, according to Daily News.
Roller derby is an American full contact sport played on skates.
It's a full contact sport, you can tip them out of the chair.
When you say, oh yes, I play a full contact sport where I knock other women off their rollerskates, people are like, whoah
There is no getting away from the fact it is a full contact sport where injuries are never too far away.
It is a full contact sport that mixes several different martial arts.
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It's a full contact sport and she's up against world-class fighters - but anything can happen.
Wheelchair rugby is a full contact sport for able-bodied and disabled athletes and is played in more than 20 countries around the world.
The poll did find that some schools are adapting playground games to make them safer, with teachers saying that football is now played with a soft ball, and pupils playing tag or touch rugby instead of the full contact sport.
The poll did find that some schools were adapting playground games to make them safer, with teachers saying that football was now played with a soft ball, and pupils playing tag or touch rugby instead of the full contact sport.
The competition is very much a full contact sport where stamina and fortitude are just as important as speed and agility.