ورزش ملی

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پرش به: ناوبری، جستجو

کشورهای مختلف حهان به صورت رسمی و غیررسمی ورزش‌های مختلفی را به عنوان ورزش ملی انتخاب کرده‌اند.

ورزش‌های ملی به لحاظ قانونی[ویرایش]

کشور ورزش سال تعریف شده
ورزش ملی
آرژانتین پاتو 1953[۱]
باهاما قایقرانی اسلوپ 1993[۲]
بنگلادش کبدی ۱۹۷۲
برزیل کاپوئرا 1972[۳]
کانادا لاکراس (تابستان), هاکی روی یخ (زمستان) 1994[۴]
شیلی گاوبازی شیلیایی 1962[۵]
کلمبیا تخو 2000[۶]
ایران ورزش زورخانه‌ای, کشتی 1976[۷]
مکزیک چارریا 1933[۸]
فیلیپین اسکریما 2009[۹]
پورتوریکو پاسو فینو 1966[۱۰]
سری لانکا والیبال 1991[۱۱]
نپال دانبی بیو 1973[۱۲]
اروگوئه Destrezas Criollas
(Creole [i.e. gaucho] Skills[۱۳])
2006[۱۴]

ورزش‌های ملی به طور رسمی و عملی[ویرایش]

کشور ورزش
افغانستان بزکشی[۱۵]
آنگویلا قایق‌رانی بادبانی[۱۶]
آنتیگوا و باربودا کریکت[۱۷]
باربادوس کریکت[۱۸]
برمودا کریکت[۱۹]
بوتان تیراندازی با کمان[۲۰]
کوبا بیسبال[۲۱][۲۲][۲۳]
جمهوری دومنیکن بیسبال[۲۴]
انگلستان کریکت[۲۵]
فنلاند پساپالو
گرنادا کریکت[۲۶]
گویان کریکت[۲۷]
هند هاکی روی چمن[۲۸][۲۹]
اسراییل فوتبال[۳۰]
ایرلند بازی‌های گیلیک[۳۱][۳۲][۳۳]
جامائیکا کریکت[۳۴]
ٰٰژاپن سومو[۳۵]
لتونی بسکتبال (تابستان), هاکی روی یخ (زمستان)[۳۶]

نووس[۳۷]

لیتوانی بسکتبالl[۳۸]
ماداگاسکار راگبی ۱۵ نفره[۳۹][۴۰]
مغولستان تیراندازی با کمان, کشتی مغولی, مسابقه اسب‌دوانی[۴۱][۴۲]
نیوزیلند راگبی ۱۵ نفره[۴۳]
نروژ اسکی صحرانوردی[۴۴][۴۵]
پاکستان هاکی روی چمن[۴۶]
پاپوآ گینه نو راگبی ۱۳ نفره[۴۷][۴۸]
پرو پالتا فرونتون[۴۹]
رومانی اوینا[۵۰]
روسیه باندی[۵۱]
اسکاتلند گلف[۵۲]
اسلوونی اسکی آلپاین[۵۳][۵۳]
ترکیه کشتی و جریت[۵۴]
جزایر تورکس و کایکوس کریکت[۵۵]
ایالات متحده آمریکا بیسبال[۵۶][۵۷]
ولز راگبی ۱۵ نفره[۵۸]

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