Recently while commentating a pool match Mark Wilson stated that pool was the most difficult of all sports. Having played baseball at the college level I would challenge Mark to try hitting a major league 97 mph fastball or a major league curve...
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an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.
An activity involving physical exertion and skill, esp.(particularly in modern use) one regulated by set rules or customs in which an individual or team competes against another or others. View attachment 699228 https://www.oed.com › Entry
[uncountable] exertions [plural]physical or mental effort; the act of making an effortShe was hot and breathless from the exertion of riding her bike uphill.He needed to relax after the exertions of a busy day at work.
[singular] the use of power to make something happen
going after and killing wild animals as a sport or for food
He goes hunting every weekend.
Since 1977 otter hunting has been illegal.
In 1966, the commercial hunting of blue whales was banned.
In the tiger, evolution has produced a perfect hunting machine.
Culture field sports
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(also fox hunting British and North American English)
[uncountable] a sport in which foxes are hunted by specially trained dogs and by people on horses. Fox hunting with dogs is now illegal in the UK.