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In addition to Formula One successes, historic names such as Lola , March , Reynard and Chevron have supplied numerous teams.
Universities offering motorsport courses always back up this claim. England played a key role in the evolution of modern boxing , with the codification of the rules of the sport known as the Queensberry Rules in the 19th century.
British professional boxing offers some of the largest purses outside the United States to a few elite professional boxers who become nationally known.
British heavyweight contenders are especially popular, but most British world champions have fought in the middling weight brackets. The governing body of professional boxing is the British Boxing Board of Control.
It is generally felt that British professional boxing is in decline in the early years of the 21st century.
The reasons for this include: British amateurs have only enjoyed a very modest amount of success in international competition in recent decades, partly due to the tendency for them to turn professional at an early stage.
The amateur sport is in a very poor state, with dramatic declines in boxer numbers. National amateur boxing championships and international team matches, which were once highlights of the British sporting calendar, receive only limited national recognition.
Mixed martial arts MMA has come a huge way. The sport was on the verge of being sent into oblivion in the early s but has since clawed its way back and become one of the most popular sports in the USA.
However, things slowly started to change when Michael Bisping came onto the scene and won The Ultimate Fighter 3 and earned a six-figure contract to the UFC.
Bisping coached Team UK. The show saw the UK vs Australia. Hardy lost the fight via unanimous decision.
St-Pierre took Hardy down and controlled him with effective ground and pound. St-Pierre secured a tight armbar and kimura on Hardy in rounds 1 and 4.
Hardy refused to tap, however, despite the danger of his arm being broken. Bisping on 7 November in Sydney, Australia with a guillotine choke in round 2.
Rockhold was originally set to rematch Chris Weidman , who he took the title from at UFC , but, Weidman was forced to withdraw due to a neck injury.
Bisping landed 3 strikes after he dropped Rockhold again and referee John McCarthy stopped the fight. Michael Bisping fulfilled his destiny and realised his dream.
Other sports with loyal followings include snooker , which is popular with television companies as it fills swathes of their schedules at a very low cost, and also attracts a good number of viewers.
However, its popularity has waned somewhat since , when nearly a third of the British population watched the conclusion of the celebrated Dennis Taylor versus Steve Davis World Championship final even though it ended after midnight.
Darts is another British-centred sport with an assured place in the attention of the English sporting public.
Lawn Bowls is popular, particularly with the elderly. International competitions are often televised.
In the early 20th century England had some of the largest sports facilities in the world, but the level of comfort and amenities they offered would be considered totally unacceptable by modern standards.
After a long period of decline relative to other developed countries English facilities have made a relative improvement since the s, and this is ongoing.
English football grounds are almost always football-only facilities in which the spectators are close to the action. Since the late s there has been a dramatic spurt of reconstruction and replacement of league grounds, which is ongoing, and the Premiership 's facilities are among the best of any sports league.
As of early there are approximately 30 all-seater club grounds in England with a capacity of 25, or more, and three in Scotland.
The largest is Manchester United's Old Trafford , which has a capacity of 76, English cricket grounds are smaller than the largest in some other countries, especially India and Australia , but the best of them have been modernised to a high standard, and two new international grounds have been built in recent years.
The largest English cricket ground, Lord's in London, is internationally regarded as the "home of cricket". Rugby union and rugby league clubs are generally poorer than their cricket and football counterparts.
Some clubs have good all seater grounds in the 10,, capacity range; some have older grounds which are still partly terraced; and others play in council -owned joint-use stadia e.
Some clubs mostly rugby union ones rent stadia from football clubs. After the Rugby Football League stipulated that all Super League club stadia must meet minimum standards rugby league has seen a marked rise in the quality of the sports venues with many clubs re-locating to new purpose-built facilities or renovating their current grounds.
Wentworth Club near London used to hold two European Tour events each season, but now hosts just one. The provision of athletics stadiums in England is very poor compared to most other developed countries.
The main reason for this is that it is not considered acceptable to ask football or rugby fans to sit behind an athletics track.
This means that athletics stadiums have to be separately financed and this can only be done with public funds, which have not been forthcoming on a large scale.
The largest athletics stadium built in the UK between the Second World War and the s, the 38,capacity City of Manchester Stadium built for the Commonwealth Games , was reconfigured for football-only use after that event.
The largest existing stadium then became the 25,seat Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield. Prior to the Summer Olympics , London's largest athletics venue was Crystal Palace , which has just 15, permanent seats.
It has since been superseded by the Olympic Stadium, now known as London Stadium , which was initially built as an 80,seater for the Olympics.
The venue was reduced to 60, seats following the Games after the London organising committee accepted West Ham United's bid to take over the stadium.
As part of the downsizing, movable seating was added to allow optimal configurations for both athletics and football. There are two Athletic stadiums in Birmingham , the Alexander Stadium 12, capacity which is home to UK Athletics , and the National Indoor Arena 14, which is also used for other events.
In England there is no indoor sport capable of attracting five-figure attendances on a regular basis, and this restricts the development of large indoor arenas.
These facilities make most of their income from pop concerts, but they occasionally stage boxing matches and other sporting events.
The largest is the Manchester Evening News Arena in its eponymous city, with a capacity of over 20, for court events. The O 2 in London the former Millennium Dome , reopened in , contains an arena that seats 17,, but can be reconfigured to seat more than the MEN Arena and the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham which can seat 14, There are some specialist ice hockey and basketball arenas, but they only seat a few thousand spectators.
Several of the Olympic arenas will be relocated outside London after the Games. Apart from a couple of Oxbridge events, student sport has a very low profile in England, [ citation needed ] however, the largest inter-university sports tournament in Europe, the Roses Tournament often just called 'Roses' is contested between Lancaster University and the University of York annually.
While universities have significant sports facilities, there is no system of sports scholarships. However, students who are elite standard competitors are eligible for funding from bodies such as UK Sport on the same basis as anyone else.
The university most focused on sports provision is probably Loughborough University. Talented youngsters in the more middle class sports of cricket and rugby union are far more likely to attend university, but their sports clubs usually play a greater role in developing their talent than their university coaches.
Some sports are attempting to adapt to new conditions in which a far higher proportion of English teenagers attend university than in the past, notably cricket, which has established several university centres of excellence.
Sport is compulsory for all students up to the age of sixteen, but the amount of time devoted to it is often small and pupils often find fictitious excuses to avoid doing it.
The leading body for physical education in the United Kingdom is the Association for Physical Education. Sportsmark is Sport England 's accreditation scheme for secondary schools.
The scheme recognises a school's out of hours sports provision. There are frequent complaints that state sector schools do too little to encourage sport and a healthy lifestyle.
Sports culture is strong in independent schools in the United Kingdom , and these schools contribute disproportionately high numbers of competitors in sports which are traditionally considered 'elitist', [ citation needed ] such as cricket and rugby union.
Participants of other sports, notably association football, rugby league, boxing and athletics, are much more likely to come from state schools.
In addition to many of the sports already mentioned, popular sports at junior level include netball and rounders , both of which are played almost entirely by girls.
However, in recent times schoolgirls have increasingly played sports which are traditionally male, especially football and cricket, but also others such as rugby.
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Russland gewann den ersten Titel. Finnland gewann bislang vier und Norwegen drei Bronzemedaillen. Die Europameisterschaft der Männer ist die 2.
Austragung dieses Turniers und wird in der Schweiz stattfinden. Es ist mit einer Eisschicht überzogen und liegt meist unter freiem Himmel.
Die Tore sind 3,50 Meter breit und 2,10 Meter hoch. Der halbkreisförmige Strafraum hat einen Radius von 17 Metern.
Die Spieler benutzen einen Schläger, der am Schlagende gebogen und abgeflacht ist; also etwa eine Mischung aus Feldhockey- und Eishockeyschläger.
Der Schaft des Schlägers ist 1,20 Meter lang. Der Torhüter hat keinen Schläger, sondern versucht, den Ball mit seinen Händen oder dem Körper abzuwehren oder zu fangen.
Der Ball mit einem Kern aus Kork ist aus leuchtend rotem oder gelbem Kunststoff und hat ungefähr sieben Zentimeter Durchmesser.
Bis zur Einführung der Helmpflicht im Jahr trugen die Spieler eine Kappe, die oft gepolstert war.
Rinkbandy ist die an Eishockeyfelder angepasste Variante des Bandys. Die Regeln ähneln stark denen des Eishockeys, während die Ausrüstung die des Bandys ist.
Die deutsche Mannschaft hat Rinkbandyturniere in Nijmegen und Nymburk gespielt. The first recognised golf courses were constructed in Wales in the s, though a short course was built in Pontnewydd in Cwmbran in The first amateur golf championship was held at Aberdovey in , and nine years later the first professional championship was at Radyr in Cardiff.
Despite the openness of the sport to both sexes, it was still considered elitist by many in Wales, and essentially an English past time.
As living standards improved during the 20th century, golf began to lose its elitist label, and was embraced by all sections of society. Wales has won the golfing World Cup on two occasions, with the pairing of David Llewellyn and Ian Woosnam lifting the trophy in Hawaii in , and again in , with Stephen Dodd and Bradley Dredge winning in Portugal.
Seven Welshmen have appeared at the European Ryder Cup team: Meanwhile, Becky Brewerton has played at the Solheim Cup.
Europe beat the USA by The event also made history by becoming the first Ryder Cup to stretch over four days, following heavy rain throughout the weekend.
Organised horse racing in Wales originated with the gentry and aristocracy, but by there were internationally recognised flat races at many locations around the country, including Cowbridge , Brecon and Wrexham.
The 20th century saw the Welsh working class embrace the sport, mainly due to the spread of off-course betting. Wales has produced several jockeys of note, including Jack Anthony who won the Grand National on three occasions , and , Hywel Davies who won it in and Carl Llewellyn who won the race most recently in and again in Another notable Welsh jockey was Dick Francis , who was British jump racing Champion Jockey in the —54 season and was famous for riding Devon Loch when the horse slipped close to the winning post when leading Grand National.
In retirement Francis became a best-selling author of crime novels set in the racing world. A popular, if unusual, form of horseracing in Wales is harness racing , known in Wales as 'trotting'.
The sport of lacrosse in Great Britain gained popularity when Queen Victoria championed the sport as suitable for girls in public schools.
The women's team has been far more successful, and have never been out of the top three in the women's European Lacrosse Championships, winning the competition , and They are the current European champions.
The rugged terrain of the country also gives plenty of opportunities for rally driving and Wales currently hosts the Wales Rally GB , the finale of the World Rally Championship.
Two Welsh drivers have competed in the Formula One championship: Rees was subsequently involved in the management side of motorsport for many years, co-founding March Engineering and the Arrows team as well as working for Shadow Racing Cars.
Pryce's career was cut short after he collided with volunteer marshal, Jansen Van Vuuren , killing both instantly. Freddie Williams was world speedway champion in and , and the British Grand Prix — the United Kingdom's round of the world championship — is held each year at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
For many years Newport Wasps ran a team in the British speedway leagues as did Carmarthen. Wales has also produced several champions in autograss , a form of motor racing on grass or dirt tracks.
Early attempts made to bring rugby league to Wales in the 20th century, was the formation of the short-lived Welsh League in which was followed by the second Welsh League which ran from until They both compete in Championship 1 , the third tier of British Rugby League.
The national side , nicknamed the Dragons, has often been one of the strongest sides in international rugby league and has also provided a number of players for the Great Britain team.
The national side competed in the Four Nations , finishing last in the table. The Wales Rugby League achieved governing body status in Although little is known of the development of snooker or billiards in Wales, in the 20th century it became a popular past time in working men's clubs.
The popularisation of colour television in the s, brought the game of snooker to a new demographic of viewers. The decade was dominated by Ray Reardon from Tredegar , who won six World Snooker Championship titles, and when the first world rankings were introduced in , Reardon became the first world number one snooker player.
Wales has continued to produce world class snooker players since Reardon's time, including Terry Griffiths , Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens.
Amateur participation in the sport is very high. Australian rules football is a growing sport with several clubs starting up in the mids.
Wales has a national team the Wales Australian rules football team , they are the holders of the Dragon Cup after beating England —93 on aggregate on 18 and 25 October Wales also competes as part of the Great Britain Australian rules football team in the Australian Football International Cup , which is essentially a World Cup for all countries apart from Australia which is the only place where the sport is played professionally.
Founded in April , the league has a two publicly bouting A and B teams, as well as two Intraleague teams, the Merchants of Menace and the Bruise Birds not yet debuted publicly.
The team was formed in after the Tiger Bay Warriors had disbanded due to the departure of head coach Rob Mota, along with key staff and players, by the remaining players and staff, using equipment, resources and shirts from the folded Tiger Bay Warriors for economical purposes.
Wales is also popular for surfing. Wales has produced many notable Olympic and Paralympic athletes for the Great Britain team. Wales' Paralympic athletes were exceptionally successful throughout the s, winning 27 medals in the Summer Paralympics 12 gold, six silver, nine bronze  and achieving 14 medals at Summer Paralympics ten gold, three silvers, one bronze.
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