Pass - Sports and Games

Sports and Games

  • Pass, a type of call in contract bridge
  • Pass (ice hockey), the movement of the puck from one player to another
  • Forward pass, in American and Canadian football
  • Lateral pass or onside pass, in American and Canadian football respectively
  • Pass, in rugby football: see Rugby passes
  • Pass, in basketball: see Basketball passes
  • Passing (association football)

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