From: ixion martin - GdBx on
TT a expos� le 17/07/2010 :

> Rugby union and rugby league. I have no idea what they are.
> maybe it's just not an European thing.

Raugby XV and XIII ?

Contre une �quipe �trang�re, quand on dit diplomatiquement
que l'arbitre n'est pas dans un bon soir, c'est toujours le
club fran�ais qui morfle.

From: billy on
On Jul 16, 10:00 pm, TT <n...(a)> wrote:
> Raja, The Great wrote:
> >
> > 1. Association Football: Soccer, the world’s most popular game, has
> > the largest fan following on the planet. Its origin is Chinese, where
> > it was discovered by the English and is now the de facto sport in 93
> > countries - home to two billion people. It  has 208 member nations and
> > thus is easily the world’s richest sport. It also has the largest
> > contingent of diehard fans, players and professional leagues in the
> > world’s largest economy, Europe. The English Premier League and the
> > Champions League are the most popular football leagues, with the
> > matches shown live to half a billion people in 202 countries.
> > Manchester United is the richest club in the world with a valuation of
> > $1.87 billion. The FIFA World Cup is the largest and most lucrative
> > sporting event in the world. The 2006 tournament, with 64 matches
> > featuring 32 nations and television coverage in 214 countries, had a
> > cumulative television audience of 26 billion people. The final between
> > defending champions Italy and France was watched by 700 million
> > viewers.
> > 2. Cricket: With Twenty20, the three-hour, 20-overs-a-side version,
> > One-Day internationals and Test matches, cricket is the second most
> > popular sport in the world. The English gentleman’s game is the most
> > popular sport in the Indian subcontinent, which has a 1.5 billion
> > population. It attracts crazy fans with a religion-like following in
> > India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Then there is the
> > West Indies and the 20 million or so non-residential Indians - figures
> > that can be matched only by the soccer buffs of Europe and South
> > America. Cricket is among the top three most popular sports in
> > Australia, England, South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe, New Zealand,
> > Afghanistan and Mauritius. The ICC, its ruling body,  has 10 Test
> > playing nations and 104 member countries. The game also cherishes the
> > ‘most popular’ tag in 20 countries. The ICC World Cup is the world’s
> > second largest single sporting event, drawing a cumulative television
> > audience of five billion. A final involving India could draw up to 400
> > million TV viewers (India has 130 million television sets). BCCI  is
> > the world’s richest sporting organisation, with a valuation in excess
> > of $2 billion. The IPL attracts two billion and is the most popular
> > and richest  cricket league with  the average attendance figure of
> > 57,500. India are the defending Twenty20 World Cup champions and
> > Australia the ODI champions.
> > 3. Basketball: Amongst the most popular sports in the USA, China,
> > Russia, the Philippines, Argentina, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain and
> > Puerto Rico. The National Basketball Association (NBA), with 30 teams
> > and an average attendance of 17,500, is the richest and most popular
> > basketball league and arguably the most viewed American sporting
> > action in the world, attracting an accumulative television audience in
> > excess of a billion. Induction of players of different nationalities
> > to the NBA has ignited the general population to take up and follow
> > the sport in a big way across various nations. The FIBA world
> > championship and Olympics are the major international events, with
> > Spain and the United States is the respective current gold medalists.
> > 4. Baseball: The national pastime of the United States  is the most
> > popular sport in Japan, Taiwan, Cuba, Venezuela and South Korea. It is
> > amongst the most popular in the USA, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Canada,
> > Colombia, Panama, the Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua  and the
> > Dominican Republic . With 117 member nations, it has passionate fans
> > nearing the half-a-billion mark and is arguably the richest bat-and-
> > ball game. Major League Baseball is the  premier baseball league and
> > attracts the highest attendance (79.5 million in 2,430 matches). New
> > York Yankees are the most valued and popular club, and after the
> > preamble of the not-so-popular baseball World Cup, the international
> > think-tank initiated the successful World Baseball Classic - a 16-
> > nation tournament with MLB players, where Japan are the multiple
> > defending champions.
> > 5. Rugby Union: The most popular sports in New Zealand is also very
> > popular  in South Africa, the United Kingdom, Australia, France,
> > Italy, Madagascar, Fiji, the Cook Islands, Romania, Samoa, Tonga and
> > Argentina . It is also played in the USA, Japan, Georgia, Belgium,
> > Germany, Chile, Paraguay, Malaysia, Russia, Canada and Spain. The 16-
> > nation Rugby World Cup is the third largest single sporting event,
> > achieving an average attendance of more than 45,000 and an estimated
> > television audience in excess of two billion. The Six-Nations
> > championship, British Lions tours and Tri-Nation series are the major
> > tournaments outside the World Cup, followed by millions of passionate
> > rugby fans. The International Rugby Board  has 103 member nations
> > spanning every continent. South Africa are the defending world
> > champions.
> > 6. Field Hockey: The national sport of India and Pakistan is amongst
> > the top five sports in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Germany,  Holland
> > (the six-time world champions), Australia (three Olympics golds),
> > South Korea, Japan, Argentina, Malaysia and England. The Olympics and
> > the World Cup,  the most prominent events, have been dominated by
> > India, with eight Olympics golds, and Pakistan, winners of four World
> > Cups. The Champions Trophy and the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament are
> > other prominent events. The International Hockey Federation comprises
> > more than 100 countries. Germany are the current World and   Olympic
> > champions.
> > 7. Volleyball: The national sport of Sri Lanka is a very popular
> > participant sports in almost all countries and amongst the top six in
> > the United States, Brazil, Canada, Russia, Italy, the Netherlands ,
> > Japan, China, India, Philippines and Poland. Volleyball is also a
> > popular sport in the south of India, North America, Eastern Europe and
> > Brazil, enjoying a surge in popularity in schools and colleges. The
> > most important tournament is the Olympics where the USSR, Brazil and
> > the USA are multiple gold medallists. FIVB is the international
> > governing body with more than 150 volleyball-playing nations. The
> > United States are the current Olympic champions and Brazil the
> > defending world champions. Another hugely popular version is beach
> > volleyball, which often rivals even the main sport.
> >  8. Ice Hockey: A winter sport boosted by the advent of artificial
> > turf, Ice Hockey enjoys popularity throughout the seasons and is
> > amongst the top four sports in the United States, Russia, Canada,
> > Norway , Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the Czech Republic, Great Britain
> > and Slovakia. The National Hockey League is the most popular league
> > and captures the lion’s share among all the hockey leagues, pulling in
> > average crowds of 40,000 to the stadiums in the US and watched by
> > millions on TV across Europe and America. The International Ice Hockey
> > Federation, with 66 members, stages the World Championship where
> > Russia are the defending champions.
> > 9. American Football: The most popular sport in the United States has
> > its roots in English soccer and rugby football. It is loved by more
> > than half the nation’s population  of 306 million. With more than 200
> > million passionate fans residing across the US, Canada, Japan, the
> > Caribbean and Europe, it has mass appeal and glamour. The National
> > Football League (NFL) is the richest sporting league in the world,
> > netting $6.2 billion annually and attracting a world-record average
> > attendance of around 67,700. IFAF, with 45 members, is the
> > international governing body that oversees the sport’s World Cup,
> > where the United States are the defending champions. Outside the US
> > and Canada, American football  is also played domestically in the
> > United Kingdom, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Austria,
> > Mexico and Japan, the multiple world champions in 1999 and 2003.
> > 10. Rugby League: The other version of rugby football is played
> > extensively in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Wales, France, England
> > and Papua New Guinea, where it is considered a national sport.  It is
> > played in more the 30 nations, growing in popularity particularly in
> > Europe and in New Zealand, after being crowned world champions in
> > 2007. Passionate rugby league fans dwell mainly in northern parts of
> > England, Australia and New Zealand. National Rugby League, with 16
> > teams, is the most prominent domestic league and probably the most
> > popular rugby football club competition in the world. It draws huge
> > crowds across the grounds of Australia and New Zealand.
> Rugby union and rugby league. I have no idea what they are. maybe it's
> just not an European thing.
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