Translation: from spanish

sports

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  • Sports in New York City — have a long and distinguished history. The city has a few historic sports venues: Ebbets Field, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 until 1957, was torn down in 1960, and the Polo Grounds in northern Harlem was the home of the New York Giants… …   Wikipedia

  • Sports Car Club of America — SCCA Sport Road racing Rallying Autocross …   Wikipedia


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