RSC - Sport

Sport

  • Referee Stopped Contest; term used in amateur boxing if an opponent is outclassed, outscored or injured
  • Red Sun Cycling Team - a Dutch women's elite cycling team
  • Regional Sports Centre, Waterford
  • Roque Santa Cruz, a Paraguayan footballer
  • Ralf Schumacher, a German f1 driver, brother of Michael Schumacher

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