Air Sports: As the name suggests, these sports activities are usually conducted in the air or above the ground. Eg: Drone racing, paragliding, skydiving, etc.
Athletics: This category comprises all gaming events involving competitive running, jumping, throwing, and walking. Eg: sprints, hurdles, relays, jumps (high jump, long jump, triple jump, pole vault), throws (shot put, javelin, discus throw, hammer), etc.
Ball Sports: You might have guessed already, ball sports include all games involving a ball. Eg: cricket, football, hockey, volleyball, tennis, baseball, rugby, etc.
Board Sports: These games require a board or board-like object as the primary equipment. Eg: skateboarding and surfing among others.
Combat Sports: Combat sports or fighting sports are competitive games involving contact between the opponents and a one-on-one fight. Eg: martial arts, boxing, kickboxing, karate, taekwondo, etc.
Cycling Sports: As obvious, cycle sports include races involving bicycles or can also be a display of tricks and skills on a bicycle.
Gymnastics: This category of sports involves performing systematic exercises while exhibiting balance, strength, flexibility, coordination, and overall physical conditioning, with the help of rings, beams, or bars.
Ice Sports: Commonly held during winters, these games are usually played on ice. Eg: ice hockey, ringette, broomball, speed skating, curling, skiing, etc.
Indoor Games: These games are specially designed to be played indoors, within the four walls of an auditorium-like area, or at home. Eg: table tennis, chess, indoor soccer and cricket, billiards, etc.
Mind Sports: Mind sports require a high level of concentration and fine intellectual ability. The player should have the acumen to strategize their moves in order to win the competition. Eg: chess, sudoku, checkers, etc.
Motorsports: This category of sports competitions requires motorised vehicles that compete in racing events. Eg: car racing, motorcycle racing, oval track racing, etc.
Racket Sports: Racket sports require the player to hit a ball or an object such as a shuttlecock with a racket in an outdoor set-up. A net is usually displayed to demarcate the areas of the opponents. Eg: badminton, lawn tennis, squash.
Strength Sports: These sporting activities test the muscular strength and endurance of the player. Eg: weightlifting, powerlifting, and bodybuilding.
Target Sports: These games necessitate a high level of focus and concentration. The player participating in these events throws or shoots a piece of equipment to hit a target. Eg: air rifle shooting, archery, bowling, golf, billiards, darts, etc.
Water Sports: As the name suggests, all sports events that are performed or played in waterfall fall under the category of water sports. Eg: surfing, swimming, diving, rowing, rafting, water polo, etc.