collision 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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Rugby is a contact sport and even at schoolboy level, a thudding and collision sport.
It's just one of those of things that can happen in a collision sport like rugby league.
But while physical preparation will always be important in our collision sport, skill development and game understanding also play a huge part of young academy players programs.
It is a power sport, a collision sport where power and strength are critical, unfortunately like any other power sport, we'll struggle with drugs and we just have to keep on the job.
But unfortunately in collision sport you can't afford to do that.
RFL regional development officer John Gray said: "Wheelchair Rugby League is true to the rules of the game and is a fast and exciting collision sport which can be played by both disabled and nondisabled players, regardless of ability or gender and is open to a wide range of age groups.
Rugby League is a great, fantastic collision sport - a contact sport.
Football, a collision sport that should be called bashball, is brutish and bloody.
The kids really feel the bumps and bruises that come with a collision sport.
Football players all think they are tough because they are in a collision sport, but I don't think they hold a candle to Serena Williams because they are too pampered.
Dr Kemp said: "People like playing and watching rugby union because it is a collision sport.

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