Run - Sports and Games

Sports and Games

  • Run (American football), an offensive action in American football
  • Run (baseball), the unit of scoring in baseball
  • Run (cricket), the unit of scoring in cricket
  • Run, the unit of scoring in softball
  • A variety of events in track and field athletics
  • Run (cards), a series of playing cards with consecutive values
  • Piste or ski run, a marked trail down a mountain for winter sports
  • Run, in sailing, to sail downwind

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