What are sports that provide more disciplines?

I know

are there any other?

I mean sports practiced in non-restricted areas of the world

  • I think this needs to be scoped a bit more narrowly to keep the number of answers to a resonable number: does chess boxing count? Does eventing count? If the answer to either of those is "no", why not? If the answer to both is "yes", there are going to be a lot of answers which are essentially "all round sport X" (all round gymnastics, combined downhill skiing, etc) – Philip Kendall May 3 '16 at 15:33
  • @PhilipKendall chess boxing seems ok (and also very interesting), eventing and all roud gymnastic it is not clear, while combined downhill skiing in my humble opinion is probably not (as medley for swimming) – Ale May 4 '16 at 5:41
  • Voting to close as "unclear what you're asking" as you've just said yourself that there are no clear criteria for determining what would constitute a good answer. – Philip Kendall May 4 '16 at 10:19
  • @PhilipKendall in my opinion eventing, all around gymnastic and combined downhill skiing (as far as I read today) should not be included in this reply – Ale May 4 '16 at 11:28
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    I think that Category:Combination events at Wikipdia, together with some subcategories like Category:Combined track and field event or Category:Multisports give (at least partial) answer to your question. – Martin May 7 '16 at 5:25

Racketlon a combination of racket sports.

Modern pentathlon fencing, swimming, show jumping, shooting, running.

Throws pentathlon

Chess boxing

Also possibly: Joggling running/juggling, Cycle ball cycling/football and Underwater hockey hockey/swimming.

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  • Also biathlon. – TRiG May 7 '16 at 5:40
  • @TRiG Biathlon is already mentioned in the question as example – Ale May 7 '16 at 9:08

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