Sports in the Free Lands is a major source of
Athletics, like running, jumping and so on, take place, but they don't take a major place in the competitive circles in the Free Lands. The major outlet for sports news in the Free Lands is the Silver Bay Herald Sports Section.
University and School Sports
Swimming is one of the most important university and school sports in the Free Lands,
There are 16 different Events currently practiced, both for men, women and mixed teams.
Mixed teams are usually four swimmers strong, two men and two women,
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Orienteering is done both by foot and by horse. Although some races also saw motorcyclists competing, their further participation outside of test runs is unlikely.
School Football and University Football
School Footvolley and University Footvolley
Some schools also play Kyrenaian Footvolley.
Sailing in the Free Lands is administered by the Seaman's Guild of Wembury, which knows three size-categories:
Sailing Vessels of the Selkie find their application especially in the latter two categories. Rowing is not held in regard.
- See Main Article: Air Racing in the Free Lands.
Despite a few exhibition matches, the few followers of that sport mostly have to deal with a distinctive lack of Selkie-Teams and contests. One of the few Selkie-Teams is Realincse Fánaígh.
The Naval School has and maintains a Sensha-Do Team, the Naval School Sensha-Do Team, a.k.a. the Puisíni, as does the Iris Boarding School Complex with the Iris Boarding School Complex Sensha-Do Team, a.k.a. the Coileáin.