1. Waacking


    Waacking is an extremely expressive, free and musical form of dance that is characterised by arm movements and posing with a strong emphasis on musicality and improvised performance

  2. Wakeboarding


    Wakeboarding is a surface water sport which involves riding a wakeboard over the surface of a body of water.

  3. Walking


    Walking is the easiest, most accessible, cost effective, and enjoyable way for most people to increase their physical activity.

  4. Walking Basketball


    Walking Basketball provides low impact, cardio exercise, incorporating constant brisk walking. It improves fitness, and is mentally challenging. Playing as part of a team, it brings a sense of camaraderie which is fun and rewarding.

  5. Walking Cricket


    Walking Cricket is a slower paced, indoor format of the game ideal for men and women aged 50 plus.

  6. Walking Football


    Walking football is a variant of football that is aimed at keeping people aged over-50 involved with football.

  7. Walking Hockey


    Walking Hockey is exactly as the name suggests - you play Hockey, walking. It’s designed to help people keep an active lifestyle regardless of age, health and ability, as well as getting those back into hockey who had to stop due to injuries or other reasons.

  8. Walking Netball


    Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level.

  9. Walking Rugby


    Walking Rugby is a simplified version of Rugby suitable for all ages, abilities & genders and being a competitive passing game, suitable for ex Rugby players, injured and rehabilitating current players and those interested in Rugby without any experience.

  10. Walking Tennis


    Walking tennis is a variant of tennis that is aimed at keeping people aged over-50 involved with tennis.

  11. Wallball


    Wallball is a sport in which players compete by hitting a ball against a wall with their hands. It is played all over the world and after being accepted as an official World Games sport.

  12. Waltz


    This is a dance in triple time performed by a couple, who as a pair turn rhythmically round and round as they progress around the dance floor.

  13. Warm Yoga


    Bikram yoga, founded in the 1970s by Bikram Choudhury, is generally recognized as the first style of hot yoga. Bikram yoga classes all include a very specific sequence of 26 yoga poses and two breathing exercises performed in the same order, within 90 minutes, in a room heated to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

  14. Water-Based Classes


    Water aerobics is a form of aerobic exercise that requires water-immersed participants. Most water aerobics is in a group fitness class setting with a trained professional teaching for about an hour. The classes focus on aerobic endurance, resistance training, and creating an enjoyable atmosphere with music.

  15. Water Polo


    Water polo is a fast-paced sport played by two teams in a swimming pool.

  16. Water Skiing


    This is a sport in which you are pulled along the surface of a lake or ocean by a boat while balancing on a pair of skis fastened to your feet.

  17. Waterworks


    WATERWORKS is an effective total body water workout where you are immersed in a fun environment and can choose your intensity level.

  18. Weightlifting


    Olympic Weight Lifting is one of the world's oldest competitive sports.

  19. Weight over the bar


    Sometimes referred to as 'weight over the bar', this game requires competitors to throw a weight over a raised bar. The object thrown is a 25.4kg (56lb) weight with a handle at the end of a short bar which must be thrown using just one hand.

  20. Weight throw


    Two sports have events that fall under the name of weight throw (Scottish Gaelic: caitheamh cuideam) one being the track and field event and the other being the Scottish highland games events. The track and field event is most popular in the United States as an indoor equivalent to the hammer throw event, which can only be held outdoors. The 35 lb weight throw (men) and 20 lb weight throw (women) are not recognised by the International Association of Athletics Federations.

  21. Weight Training


    This is a system of conditioning involving lifting weights especially for strength and endurance

  22. Wheelchair Ballroom Dancing


    Wheelchair dancing is a partner dance where at least one of the dancers is in a wheelchair. The physical benefits of wheelchair dancing include the maintenance of physical balance, flexibility, range of motion, coordination and improved respiratory control.

  23. Wheelchair Basketball


    Wheelchair basketball retains most major rules and scoring of basketball, and maintains a 10-foot basketball hoop and standard basketball court.

  24. Wheelchair Dance Sport


    Wheelchair dance sport is a sport which involves athletes with a physical impairment that affects the lower limbs.

  25. Wheelchair Fencing


    Wheelchair fencing is Fencing for the physically disabled.

  26. Wheelchair Football


    Wheelchair Football is a fast-paced sport that is best played when athletes are in maximum physical condition, and at the top of their game in teamwork, strategy and wheelchair-handling skills, for both manual wheelchair and power wheelchair users

  27. Wheelchair Rugby


    As one of the only full-contact disability sports, it is little wonder wheelchair rugby, aka 'murderball' was one of the biggest hits of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

  28. Wheelchair Tennis


    Wheelchair tennis is one of the forms of tennis adapted for wheelchair users. The size of the court, net height and rackets are the same, but there are two major differences from pedestrian tennis: athletes use specially designed wheelchairs, and the ball may bounce up to two times, where the second bounce may also occur outside the court

  29. White Water Rafting


    White water rafting is a sport which uses an inflatable raft to navigate a rough river with a team steered by a tour guide at the stern.

  30. Wild Water Racing


    Wild Water racing, also called white-water racing, is competitive canoe or kayak racing down swift-flowing, turbulent streams called wild water.

  31. Wild Water Rafting


    This is the activity of being moved quickly in a raft (= small boat filled with air) along rivers where the current is very strong

  32. Windsurfing


    Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing.

  33. World Jumping®


    A WorldJumping trampoline consists of a closed steel octagonal frame supported by eight legs at the bottom. A removable and height adjustable handrail can be attached at the front. The jumping mat is fitted to the frame with a custom made rubber belt. The trampoline is 120 cm wide in diameter, while its total weight does not exceed 10 kg.

  34. Wrestling


    Wrestling is a sport as old as mankind itself. Since the dawn of time men have been pitted against each other in physical hand-to-hand combat, making this almost certainly the most ancient of Olympic sports.

  35. Wushu


    The name of the martial art "wushu" derives from the Beijing dialect of Chinese, where it was formed by combining the words for "martial" or "military" ("wǔ") and "art" ("shù")