Here are all the 'E' sports from over 800 sports listed on our complete list of sports. The most popular 'e' sport may well be e-sports, another name for online competition video gaming. It has not made the Olympics but there are many people who think it should be. A long-term Olympic sport is Equestrian. Definitely not in the Olympics is Elephant Polo. There are a few endurance sports: Racing, Riding and Running.
There were too many 'E' sports to describe on just one page, so here we have a short description of just the sports starting with the letter 'E', with links to more information.
- Ecuavoley — a variant of volleyball though the net is higher and played with three players, invented and played in Ecuador.
- Eight-Ball — a cue sport, which is one of the most popular variants of pool, using 15 colored balls numbered from 1 to 15.
- Eight-man Football — a mini version of American Football played by high schools with smaller enrollments.
- Ekiden — long-distance relay running typically held on roads.
- Elephant Polo — a form of Polo, played on the back of elephants instead of on horseback.
- Endurance Racing — a motorsport where teams of two or four race for long distances, that tests their physical endurance and the durability of their vehicles.
- Endurance Riding — an equestrian discipline, where riders and horses compete in races over very long distances.
- Endurance Running — track and field running races over distances of 3kms and greater.
- Enduro — a motorcycle sport with the main objective to traverse a series of checkpoints, arriving exactly at a predetermined time. The courses are usually run over thickly wooded terrain, sometimes with large obstacles.
- Endurocross — hybrid sport combining elements from Supercross, Enduro, and Trials (also called indoor enduro).
- English Billiards — sometimes just called Billiards, requires two cue balls and a red object ball. The game features both cannons (caroms) and the pocketing of balls as objects of play, scoring points for each of these. See Cue Sports.
- Equestrian — competitions testing horse riding skills.
- Equestrian Vaulting — a gymnastics and dance discipline completed on horseback.
- e-Sports (gaming) — competitive form of playing computer games (gaming).
- Esports (mixed-reality) — athletes compete against each other remotely via virtual reality platforms.
- Eton Fives — a handball sport derived from the English sport Fives.
- European (Team) Handball — another name for the sport of Handball.
- Eventing — riders compete in three types of races, dressage, cross-country and show jumping, in a single competition.
- Expedition racing — an endurance event combining two or more disciplines. More commonly called Adventure Racing.
- Alphabetical list of all sports