Winter Sports

There are plenty of sports to play throughout the year including basketball, baseball and hockey. There are also sports specific to the winter season known as Winter Sports. Anything that is exclusively played in the winter automatically falls under the winter sports umbrella. Hockey, ice-skating, sledding, snowboarding, skiing, figure skating, luge and bobsledding all qualify. What is the easiest way to tell if a sport is technically classified as a winter sport? Ice. Well, snow or ice to be exact. There are literally hundreds of winter sports if you begin talking about ice fishing, curling and all the different variations of the aforementioned sports. Winter sports are obviously much bigger in areas of the world that have either an overall colder climate or have longer winter seasons. Every four years there is a Winter Olympics that is comprised exclusively of winter sports. There are also Winter X Games where a mixture of traditional winter and summer sports are mashed together to form a new type of extreme winter sports like double backflips on snowmobiles! In our directory on winter sports you will be enveloped with information, statistics and resources that cover the entire gamut of winter sporting events. We will make sure that you leave our directory full of knowledge on winter sports factoids, tips, guides, rules and other resources. For everything that is winter sports you have come to the right place.

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