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History of Sports
Otto Graham
Joe Montana;Terry Bradshaw;Tom Brady(a…
Don Shula,along with the 1972 Dolphins
Steel Curtain
10 NFL championships;10 NFL seasons,from 1950-1960
Only Players with 4 super bowls in NFL History
Only Undefeated team in NFL history,at 17-0(14 games a season)
4 super bowls,best NFL D-Line in history
Otto Graham
10 NFL championships;10 NFL seasons,from 1950-1960
Joe Montana;Terry Bradshaw;Tom Brady(a…
Only Players with 4 super bowls in NFL History
10 terms
sports history
Baseball
Basketball
Hockey
All-time homerun leader
Baseball
Basketball
8 terms
sports history
Define sports history.
Define festive culture.
3. What was considered lawful sport fo…
4. Whose influence dominated American…
Sports history is the study and explanations of the ways, tra…
Britain's festive culture grew from pagan customs, religious…
The puritans did not believe in the festive culture and thoug…
The bourgeois or Victorians dominated the values of sports. T…
Define sports history.
Sports history is the study and explanations of the ways, tra…
Define festive culture.
Britain's festive culture grew from pagan customs, religious…
36 terms
Sports History
How big is the sports industry?
How many people participate in sport?
How many sports fans exist?
Fans pay thousands of dollars for...
1.5 trillion worldwide ($485 billion in US)
21.5 million kids between ages of 6-17 play team sports; 420,…
115.5 million viewers Super Bowl 2014; 24.4 million Sochi Oly…
best seats and best competition in house
How big is the sports industry?
1.5 trillion worldwide ($485 billion in US)
How many people participate in sport?
21.5 million kids between ages of 6-17 play team sports; 420,…
88 terms
History of Sports
Bob Davis
Mark Spitz
Olga Korbut
Dave Wottle
Went to Georgetown College, when its was only amateurs in Oly…
1972 Olympics, swimmer, 7 gold medals, record until Phelps br…
1972 Olympics, gymnast, "sparrow from Misk", USSR, 4 gold 2 s…
1972 Olympics, American runner famous for his white golf hat,…
Bob Davis
Went to Georgetown College, when its was only amateurs in Oly…
Mark Spitz
1972 Olympics, swimmer, 7 gold medals, record until Phelps br…
16 terms
Sports History
OJ Simpson
Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Jerry West
Gale Sayers
first NFL player to run for 2,000 yards in a season in 1973
NBA all time leading scorer (38,387 points)
his image is on the NBA logo
first player to rush 1,000 yards after knee surgery
OJ Simpson
first NFL player to run for 2,000 yards in a season in 1973
Kareem Abdul Jabbar
NBA all time leading scorer (38,387 points)
56 terms
History of sports
**People, Organizations, Events and Co…
Alexander Cartwright
Enclosure Movement
William Hulbert and Albert Spalding
...
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**People, Organizations, Events and Co…
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Alexander Cartwright
...
27 terms
Black History: Sports
Archie Griffin
Alonzo Clayton
Birmingham Black Barons
Buck O'Neil
In 1974, Ohio State tailback Archie Griffin became the fifth…
African American jockey born in Kansas City, KS, raised in No…
A professional baseball team in the Negro League which played…
began his career in the Negro Baseball League in 1938 and pla…
Archie Griffin
In 1974, Ohio State tailback Archie Griffin became the fifth…
Alonzo Clayton
African American jockey born in Kansas City, KS, raised in No…
15 terms
Sports History
WO1: British influence on NZ sport
WO2: Cycling
WO3: Netball
WO4: Hockey
- Victorian and Edwardian British culture influenced NZ sport…
- Until the 1890s cycling was seen as largely a masculine act…
- Immediately seen as a feminine sport in NZ due to lack of c…
- Took time to be seen as a unisexual sport... - First records o…
WO1: British influence on NZ sport
- Victorian and Edwardian British culture influenced NZ sport…
WO2: Cycling
- Until the 1890s cycling was seen as largely a masculine act…
10 terms
Sports History
Cult of Domesticity
Early Football
1905 NCAA
Annie Londonderry
the cult of true womanhood, is an opinion about women in the…
Death and injuries were frequent.
called by Teddy Roosevelt to make football safer
first female to ride bike around the world. Changed the field…
Cult of Domesticity
the cult of true womanhood, is an opinion about women in the…
Early Football
Death and injuries were frequent.
14 terms
Sports History
first team to break color barrier in mlb
most points in an nba game
person with most points in an nba game
first person to break color barrier in…
brooklyn dodgers
100
wilt chamberlin
jackie robinson
first team to break color barrier in mlb
brooklyn dodgers
most points in an nba game
100
21 terms
Sports History
John Cox Stephans
John L Sullivan
Alexander Cartwright
James Burnett
father of america's cup, founded NY Jockey's CLub
Boston Strongman, boxer, heavyweight champ
father of baseball, spread it west, fireman
NY Hearald Owner at 25,westchester polo club, youngest yacht…
John Cox Stephans
father of america's cup, founded NY Jockey's CLub
John L Sullivan
Boston Strongman, boxer, heavyweight champ
26 terms
Sports history
Repubicanism
Influential
Recreational culture
Aristocracy
Pertaining to, or the nature of a republic
Exerting influence
Refreshment by means of some pastime
A class of persons holding exceptional rank and privileges
Repubicanism
Pertaining to, or the nature of a republic
Influential
Exerting influence
30 terms
Sports History
Jim Brown
Joe Namath
Sandy Koufax
Arnold Palmer
played for the Cleveland Browns. Runningback
"Broadway Joe" played college football for Alabama under coac…
P for the Dodgers
Golfer who was said to be the greatest golfer ever
Jim Brown
played for the Cleveland Browns. Runningback
Joe Namath
"Broadway Joe" played college football for Alabama under coac…
23 terms
Sports History
Pierre De Coubertin (1894)
Jim Thorpe (1912) (Athlete)
"Babe" Dickerson Jahanous (1930) (Athl…
Jese Owens (1936) (Athlete)
Started modern day Olympic Games.. ... "French revived Olympics"…
American Indian Athlete (Sweden Games)..... Won Heptathlon and D…
Name by playing Baseball with guys (5 home runs)..... Basketball…
Berlin games; under Hitler (4 WR's)..... Hitler handshake.. ... "Sn…
Pierre De Coubertin (1894)
Started modern day Olympic Games.. ... "French revived Olympics"…
Jim Thorpe (1912) (Athlete)
American Indian Athlete (Sweden Games)..... Won Heptathlon and D…
30 terms
Sports History
1. Pythian Games
2. Pancration
3. Temenos
Temple of Zeus (Olympia)
Founded during the 6th century BC, the Pythian Games were one…
It was a sporting event introduced into the Greek Olympic Gam…
A temenos is a piece of land cut off and assigned as official…
The Temple of Zeus at Olympia was an ancient Greek temple in…
1. Pythian Games
Founded during the 6th century BC, the Pythian Games were one…
2. Pancration
It was a sporting event introduced into the Greek Olympic Gam…
39 terms
Sports History
Jess Willard
Jim Jeffries
Bill Richmond
Willy Hoppe
"Great White Hope", Fought a fixed fight with Johnson in Hava…
"The Boilmaker" not a polished boxer, a street brawler, retir…
Servant of Lord Percy, well admired figure, known as "black t…
"Boy Wonder" pro at pool at the age of 14. Won a world champi…
Jess Willard
"Great White Hope", Fought a fixed fight with Johnson in Hava…
Jim Jeffries
"The Boilmaker" not a polished boxer, a street brawler, retir…
8 terms
History Sports
The division in society based on a per…
Someone who participates or follow a s…
Someone who earns a living by being pa…
Rugby played by amateurs; the players…
Social Class
An amateur in sport
A Professional in sports
Rugby union
The division in society based on a per…
Social Class
Someone who participates or follow a s…
An amateur in sport
Sports History
Eleanora Sears
Sybil Bauer
Suzanne Lenglen
Gertrude Ederle
winner of four national doubles championships 1912.
broke the world record for the backstroke.
dominated the tennis world from 1921-1927
first to swim the channel
Eleanora Sears
winner of four national doubles championships 1912.
Sybil Bauer
broke the world record for the backstroke.
27 terms
Sports History
Emperor Theodosis
Pierre de Covbertin
Jim Thorpe
Jesse Owens
first emperor to allow Christianity and found everything the…
brings back the Olympics in 1896 to make France prestigious.…
American Indian. Wins the pentathlon and the decathlon. Medal…
Set 4 World Records at 1936 Olympics In Germany for 100, 200,…
Emperor Theodosis
first emperor to allow Christianity and found everything the…
Pierre de Covbertin
brings back the Olympics in 1896 to make France prestigious.…
15 terms
Sports History
Ben Franklin
Dr. Benjamin Rush
Puritains
Piligrams
-Enlightenment, founded school in Pennsylvania-College of Phi…
exercise instruction, combined science and exercise in his wo…
-leaders for enlightenment, believed in religious law ... -John…
-William Bradford ... -Against Maypole dance
Ben Franklin
-Enlightenment, founded school in Pennsylvania-College of Phi…
Dr. Benjamin Rush
exercise instruction, combined science and exercise in his wo…
31 terms
History of Sport
When would sport have been played in p…
Name the 2 sections of British society…
Name an activity pursued by the gentry…
Name an activity, that was compulsory…
Holy days
Peasants Gentry
Jousting
Archery
When would sport have been played in p…
Holy days
Name the 2 sections of British society…
Peasants Gentry
32 terms
Sports History
olympia
delphi
nemea
Isthmia
- Olympic games... - every 4 years... - to honor Zeus... - prize - oli…
- pythian games... - every 4 years... - to honor Apollo... - prize - L…
- Nemean games... - every 2 years... - to honor Zeus... - prize - pine…
- Isthmian games... - every 2 years... - to honor Poseidon... - prize…
olympia
- Olympic games... - every 4 years... - to honor Zeus... - prize - oli…
delphi
- pythian games... - every 4 years... - to honor Apollo... - prize - L…
19 terms
Sports History
Mike Kelly
Doubleday
Abner Graves
Henry Chadwich
Deceitful famous baseball player
General in union army who was credited for creating baseball
Wrote letter to 1907 group about the origin of baseball
Credited for creating the boxscore
Mike Kelly
Deceitful famous baseball player
Doubleday
General in union army who was credited for creating baseball
Sports History
Title IX
Babe Didrickson
Jackie Joyner Kersee
Martina Navratilova
To prevent sex discrimination in sports
Ranked #1 femaile athlete of all time by ESPN, bc of her gold…
Track star ranked #2 female athlete of all time in olympics a…
Tennis star ranked #3 female athlete
Title IX
To prevent sex discrimination in sports
Babe Didrickson
Ranked #1 femaile athlete of all time by ESPN, bc of her gold…
12 terms
history of sports
aztecs
get the ball into the rings on each si…
native Americans, Africans, white Euro…
running
what group if people played tlachti?
describe game of tlachtli?
what three groups of people's help shape the sporting landsca…
why sporting event was used for rites of passage amongst the…
aztecs
what group if people played tlachti?
get the ball into the rings on each si…
describe game of tlachtli?
14 terms
History of Sports
Leisure activities for wealthy in late…
Labor Unions
Workers had extra _______
First African American in American Lea…
Theatre, ballet, horse races, tennis matches
Fought for and won higher wages, better working conditions &…
Pennies - to spend and more time to attend events
Larry Doby
Leisure activities for wealthy in late…
Theatre, ballet, horse races, tennis matches
Labor Unions
Fought for and won higher wages, better working conditions &…
8 terms
Sports history
In what year did the wit win multiple…
In what year did do it when it's first…
How many times has the wet advance to…
What to conduit teachers were members…
1977
1968 boys track
Five times
Mike brya and Adam Nolan
In what year did the wit win multiple…
1977
In what year did do it when it's first…
1968 boys track
30 terms
History of sports
Oliver Cromwell
"Book of sports"
NEW ENGLAND
Southern Colonies-(land
Leader of the Puritans, wanted to bring back parliament and l…
James Book of acceptable sports, Allowed people to play on Su…
puritans pushed out
Primogeniture-the right of succession belonging to the firstb…
Oliver Cromwell
Leader of the Puritans, wanted to bring back parliament and l…
"Book of sports"
James Book of acceptable sports, Allowed people to play on Su…
79 terms
SportsHistoryTest1
Walter Camp
IFC
What 2 institutional sports were creat…
Who created American Football
Father of American Football -promoter... Built Yale Football-pla…
stood for Intercollegiate Football Club
American Football and Baseball
College Students created the game
Walter Camp
Father of American Football -promoter... Built Yale Football-pla…
IFC
stood for Intercollegiate Football Club
42 terms
Sports History
David Stern was known as
Stern wanted players to earn
What is the point of the NBA lottery
How much did Bulls owner by Bulls for
Exec of 80s
50%
To determine draft order
56% for 9.2 million
David Stern was known as
Exec of 80s
Stern wanted players to earn
50%
20 terms
History of Sports
Race
Taxonomy
scientific racism
Enclose movement
-A group of people identified as distinct from other groups b…
classification (such as grouping people into racial categorie…
academic research embedded in the beliefs of inferiority and…
putting fences around the stadium to charge people for ticket…
Race
-A group of people identified as distinct from other groups b…
Taxonomy
classification (such as grouping people into racial categorie…
17 terms
History of sports
Consumers
Discretionary income
Kinetoscope
Vendors
People who use products
Money left to spend after necessary expenses are paid
A device used to view a sequence of moving pictures
Selling of product
Consumers
People who use products
Discretionary income
Money left to spend after necessary expenses are paid
14 terms
Sport History
Characteristics of popular lower class…
Characteristics of popular upper class…
Public school sports
Codification
Local and traditional, occasional/spontaneous, Few unwritten…
Refined games, complex rules and structure, equipment and fac…
Football, Rugby, Tennis, Fencing, Athletics etc.
Systematic definition of rules of the activity and rules of b…
Characteristics of popular lower class…
Local and traditional, occasional/spontaneous, Few unwritten…
Characteristics of popular upper class…
Refined games, complex rules and structure, equipment and fac…
40 terms
History of Sport
Working class activities to promote dr…
closing of the frontier, Americas push…
specialized areas in cities meant for…
stadiums funded by owners in the "Indu…
tavern culture
manifest destiny
sporting spaces
enchanted stadiums
Working class activities to promote dr…
tavern culture
closing of the frontier, Americas push…
manifest destiny
130 terms
History of Sport
Jack Nicklaus
Arnold Palmer
Sam Snead
Tiger Woods
"Golden Bear", 18 major career championships(most of anybody)…
"The King", has a drink names after him, won 92 tournaments i…
Most career PGA Tour wins with 82, "Sammin' Sam", Oldest play…
"Tiger", 1o6 professional wins, widely publicized affair with…
Jack Nicklaus
"Golden Bear", 18 major career championships(most of anybody)…
Arnold Palmer
"The King", has a drink names after him, won 92 tournaments i…
30 terms
Sports History
date of first navy vs. army football g…
What sports would military academies p…
Creation of Commission of Training Cam…
Who asked the YMCA to set up training…
December 1st 1890
Football and Baseball
1916, U.S. War department
General Pershing
date of first navy vs. army football g…
December 1st 1890
What sports would military academies p…
Football and Baseball
57 terms
History in Sport
NY Knicker Bockers
Native Americans/Lacrosse
extra curricular/class competition/males
Rowing Harvard vs. Yale
Who were the first baseball club team.
who is collegiate sports traced back too and what sport.
How did collegiate athletics start out being played.
What was the first sponsored collegiate event.
NY Knicker Bockers
Who were the first baseball club team.
Native Americans/Lacrosse
who is collegiate sports traced back too and what sport.
20 terms
History of Sports and Olympics
Respect, Friendship, Excellence
World War II
Pierre deCoubertin
Willie O'Ree
Three core values of the Olympic Games
Forced women into non-traditional roles in work and sport
Man responsible for bringing back the Olympic games
First African-American athlete in the NHL
Respect, Friendship, Excellence
Three core values of the Olympic Games
World War II
Forced women into non-traditional roles in work and sport
23 terms
Sports History
Why was football banned by Yale & Harv…
Who was the first formal football club…
Who played the first intercollegiate f…
Who is the father of American football?
Too many injuries
The Oneida Football club
Rutgers University vs. Princeton University. November 6, 1869
Walter Camp
Why was football banned by Yale & Harv…
Too many injuries
Who was the first formal football club…
The Oneida Football club
25 terms
sport history and philosophy of sport
History
Sport History
Relationship between History and Philo…
The Classical works
The study of change or the lack of change over time
The study of how sport has changed or not changed overtime ... E…
History and Philosophy are interconnected one does not exist…
The classics do not date ... - Plato's Republic ... - Unique Perspe…
History
The study of change or the lack of change over time
Sport History
The study of how sport has changed or not changed overtime ... E…
179 terms
Sports History FINAL Exam
The most popular holiday (of the many)…
The 4 Folkways discussed in class were…
In order for a game to be considered "…
All of the following would be consider…
May Day
Middle Colonies
Refresh participants so they could better follow their "calli…
Fox Hunting
The most popular holiday (of the many)…
May Day
The 4 Folkways discussed in class were…
Middle Colonies
10 terms
U.S. History Sports
Oscar Charleston
Babe Ruth
Lou Gehrig
Helen Wills
"The Hoosier Comet", Began career as young outfielder Batting…
George Herman Ruth. Jr. Sent to St. Mary's Industrial School…
Nicknamed "Iron Horse". Forced to retire because of spinal di…
Known as "Little Miss Poker Face" due to unemotional game pla…
Oscar Charleston
"The Hoosier Comet", Began career as young outfielder Batting…
Babe Ruth
George Herman Ruth. Jr. Sent to St. Mary's Industrial School…
36 terms
History - Sport
Early Sports - Rugby Union
Early Sports - Football
Early Sports - Boxing
Early Sports - Cricket
Amateur, most villages had a rugby team. Wales beat All Black…
Semi professional, played in towns and villages, leagues bega…
Semi professional, world championships, fighting booths in tr…
Players(amateur)and gentlemen(professional
Early Sports - Rugby Union
Amateur, most villages had a rugby team. Wales beat All Black…
Early Sports - Football
Semi professional, played in towns and villages, leagues bega…
20 terms
History of Sports
Approximately when did sport begin in…
Where did most sport originate from?
What types of sports did people engage…
Example of a violent sport
17th Century
Great Britain
Bowling, foot races, quoits, stool-ball
Cudgeling, Cock-fights, bull-baiting, bear-baiting
Approximately when did sport begin in…
17th Century
Where did most sport originate from?
Great Britain
35 terms
History of sports
Who invented volleyball?
Where did soccer originate from?
What is the most popular sport in the…
Where did golf originate from?
William G Morgan
England
Soccer
Rome
Who invented volleyball?
William G Morgan
Where did soccer originate from?
England
26 terms
Sport History
Identify at least three Native America…
What was the Native American game of l…
The great awakening encouraged 18th ce…
Dr. Benjamin Rush, the Philadelphia ph…
Lacrosse, Double ball game, toli, archery, and equestrian
-if you were good you would gain prestige and buried with sti…
-enforce Sabbath codes and close taverns on Sundays... -awaken f…
-horseback riding, because that form of exercise semed to pro…
Identify at least three Native America…
Lacrosse, Double ball game, toli, archery, and equestrian
What was the Native American game of l…
-if you were good you would gain prestige and buried with sti…
113 terms
Sport History
Why did NBC drop Calvalcade of Sports/…
NBC, CBS, ABC
Dumont
Friday Night Fights
-by 1950s NBC realized family programming was getting more vi…
broadcasting companies
TV makers
-NBC... -boxing... -failed eventually b/c audience wasn't sophistic…
Why did NBC drop Calvalcade of Sports/…
-by 1950s NBC realized family programming was getting more vi…
NBC, CBS, ABC
broadcasting companies
12 terms
history of sport
golden ages of sport
anti-trust exemption with baseball
stock market crash
great depression
1920's
1922
1929
1930
golden ages of sport
1920's
anti-trust exemption with baseball
1922
15 terms
AA History Bee - Sports
Jackie Robinson
Vonetta Flowers
Gabrielle Douglass
Muhammad Ali
The first AA Pro Baseball Player and resident of Pasadena, CA…
First AA to ever win a gold medal in the Winter Olympics. She…
She is the first AA gymnast to win gold in the individual all…
He won the 1960 Olympic gold medal for light-heavyweight. He…
Jackie Robinson
The first AA Pro Baseball Player and resident of Pasadena, CA…
Vonetta Flowers
First AA to ever win a gold medal in the Winter Olympics. She…
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