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Post by Admin on Sun Apr 26, 2015 10:33 am

I realize that sports is a difficult topic, there's only so much you can do about names other than researching them.
However, you are bound to run into a few terms that you have never heard of.  I'm attached for everybody a lengthy 187 page dictionary of all types of sports terminology.  If you hear it and want to research it or just kind of glance through the dictionary to see how a word is spelled, I believe this document will be helpful.  The link is below.

[url= of Sports and Games terminology.pdf?dl=0]Sports Dictionary[/url]

Here's a great article about prepping for captioning sports:

Sports Captioning

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