Here are all the 'I' sports from over 800 sports listed on our complete list of sports. One of the most common I sports is Ice Hockey, though plenty more 'ice' sports are listed below. Looking for something a bit more unusual? Try Icosathlon, just like the decathlon but twice as hard.
There were too many to describe on just one page, so here we have a short description of just the sports starting with the letter 'I', click the links to read more. If there is a sport missing or some information is incorrect, please make a comment below.
- Ice Canoeing — a team sport in which a five-member crew completes a course, in which riders have to push their canoe on the frozen parts of the river as well as row in the water.
- Ice Climbing — athletes climb vertical ice formations with the use of ropes and other protective gear.
- Ice Cross Downhill — an extreme winter racing sport that involves direct racing of multiple skaters on a downhill course.
- Ice Dancing — one of the events in Figure Skating, which has its roots in ballroom dancing.
- Ice Hockey — a contact sport that is played on ice while wearing skates and using a stick to hit a puck into a goal.
- Ice Hockey 3x3 — a variation of ice hockey played on a half rink with just three players on each team.
- Ice Racing — racing of motorized vehicles on predominantly natural ice surfaces like frozen lakes or rivers.
- Ice Speedway — similar to Motorcycle Speedway Racing, though using a motorbike developed specifically for racing on ice. The bikes race anti-clockwise around oval tracks between 260 and 425 meters in length.
- Ice Skating — a range of sports that involve traveling on ice using metal blades attached to shoes, such as ice hockey, figure skating and speed skating.
- Ice Sledge Racing — a winter Paralympic sport in which contestants use a lightweight sledge and propel themselves using two poles.
- Ice Stock Sport — a winter sport that is similar to curling. Also called Bavarian Curling.
- Ice Track Cycling — racing a modified bicycle around a 400 m frozen track.
- Ice Yachting — sail boats called ice yachts are used to race on frozen lakes and rivers.
- Icosathlon — a double decathlon consisting of 20 events, including the 10 traditional decathlon events with 10 additional track and field events.
- Indoor Cricket — a modified version of cricket played indoor with nets for walls.
- Indoor Field Hockey — indoor team sport that was derived from field hockey.
- Indoor Netball — a variation of netball, played indoors with netting all around the court.
- Indoor Rowing — competitions performed on a rowing machine that simulates the on-water action.
- Indoor Soccer — an indoor version of Association Football developed in North America with side walls keeping the ball in play.
- Indoor Triathlon — swimming in an indoor pool, cycling on a stationary bike, and running on an indoor track or treadmill.
- Inline Hockey — similar to ice hockey, players move around on a wooden or concrete surface wearing inline skates.
- Inline Skating — also known as roller blading, a variety of sports performed while wearing skates with two to five polyurethane wheels arranged in a single line.
- Inline Speed Skating — athletes use inline skates to race around tracks.
- Intercrosse — a non-contact version of lacrosse.
- International Fronton — played by striking a ball onto a wall with bare hands, using rules adapted from many wall ball sports.
- International Game — a team sport that is played by striking a ball with hands, created so that players from similar handball sports could play against each other.
- International Rules Football — invented so that Aussie Rules Football players can play games against Irish Gaelic football players.
- Irish Road Bowling — competitors attempt to take the fewest throws to propel a metal ball along a predetermined course of country roads.
- Ironman Surflifesaving — combines four major aspects of surf-lifesaving into a single race: swimming, board paddling, ski paddling, and beach running.
- Alphabetical list of all sports