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All-Around

Everything is honor awarded to a Rodeo competitor who is most successful in two or more events. Most individual rodeos and Championships to determine the winner of this award at the conclusion of other events and Championships.

Alpine skiing combined

Combined this event in Alpine ski racing. A traditional combined competition consists of one run of downhill and two runs of slalom, each discipline run on separate days. The winner is the skier with the fastest cumulative time. A modified version, the super combined, speed the race, and just one run of slalom, with both sides scheduled for the same day.

Eventing

Triathlon is a social event where a single horse and rider to combine and compete against other competitors across the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country and show jumping. This event has its roots in a comprehensive cavalry test, which required great skill in several types of riding. Competition can be run as a one day event where all three events are completed in one day or three-day event, which is most often now run for four days, with dressage on the first two days, then cross-country the next day and then show jumping in reverse order on the last day. Eventing was previously known as joint education, and the name persists in many smaller organizations. The term "combined training" is sometimes confused with the term "combined test" which refers to the combination of the two phases, most commonly dressage and show jumping.

NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge

Research NASA Rover challenge, to 2014 called the great Race buggy is an annual competition for high school students and College students to design, build, and race human-powered, collapsible vehicles over simulated lunar / Martian terrain. NASA is sponsoring this competition, first held in 1994, and since 1996 the us space and rocket center hosts. Students created the media dubbed the "moonbuggies" faces difficulties similar to those engineers of NASAs space flight Center Marshall is considered in the framework of preparation for the "Apollo 15". On that mission, on July 31, 1971 first lunar Rover has expanded the range of the astronauts on the moon give rise to further research than otherwise. The other two Rovers sent to the moon on subsequent missions. With the changes in the 2014 contest, the motivation changed to simulate design challenges faced by engineers designing Rovers for future exploration missions to various celestial bodies. The first race, in 1994, took place on 16 July, the 25th anniversary of the launch of "Apollo 11". It showed six student teams who competed on the same course was used for earlier testing of lunar Rovers. The University of new Hampshire finished first in 18 minutes, 55 seconds 1.4 km 2.3 km field with twelve obstacles. The prize was a trip for six members of the team to see the space Shuttle launch. Other teams from the University of Puerto Rico in Humacao, the University of Texas A & M participated, the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Georgia Institute of technology and Indiana University / Purdue University in Indianapolis. Subsequent races were held in April. In 1996, the competition was moved to.75 km 1.21 km the U.S. space and rocket center, school teams and began the competition.

Nordic combined

Nordic combined is a winter sport in which athletes compete in cross-country skiing and ski jumping. Nordic combined at the Winter Olympic games and biathlon World Cup continues.

Omnium

The Omnium is a multiple race event in track Cycling. Historically the Omnium has different formats. In recent years, road was adopted the term to describe multi-day race, which has three main race events.

Pentathlon

In the pentathlon-a competition in five events. The name comes from the Greek combination of words in C and Athlone. The first pentathlon was documented in Ancient Greece and was part of the ancient Olympic games. Five events were contested over one day for the ancient Olympic pentathlon, starting with the long jump, javelin and discus, then the stadium and struggle. Pyatibortsev was considered among the most skilled athletes, and their training was often part of military service - each of the five events in the pentathlon was thought to be useful in war or battle. With the revival of the Olympic games in the modern era, the pentathlon returned in two formats. The athletics pentathlon was a modern variation on the original events, with a competition over five track and field athletics. Modern pentathlon, invented by Pierre de Coubertin, father of the modern Olympic games, was a variation on the military aspect of the Ancient pentathlon. It focuses on the skills required at the end of the 19th century soldier, with competitions in shooting, swimming, fencing, equestrian and cross-country. An important aspect of modern pentathlons is the point system, under which each participant receives a certain number of points depending on their performance in each case. The absolute winner is the participant with the highest number of points after five events of the pentathlon.

Medley swimming

Potpourri is a combination of four different swimming styles - butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle - into one race. This race is either swum by one swimmer as individual medley or four swimmers in the relay.

Combined track and field events

The all-around competition in which the athletes took part in several track and field events, earning points for performance in each event, which adds the score. Outdoors, most often in combined events mens decathlon and womens heptathlon. In connection with the restrictions, stadium, indoor combined events have a smaller number of events, resulting in the mens heptathlon and womens pentathlon. Athletes are allocated points based on an international standard scoring system, such as the decathlon table. Others more combined events do exist, such as icosathlon for men and tetradecathlon for women. Indoors, both men and women compete in tetradecathlon, with slightly different events in the womens open version.

Weightlifting at the 1904 Summer Olympics – Men's all-around dumbbell

Mens all-around dumbbell was a weightlifting event held in the framework of weightlifting at the summer Olympics 1904 the program. Three athletes competed.

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