Decade - 1920s

How was the sports world changed in the 1920's?


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2009-04-30 03:05:27
2009-04-30 03:05:27

people could afford to watch the sports in the early 1920's

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Some sports that were played in the 1920s include golf, football, baseball, and boxing. Other sports were hockey, tennis, rugby, and cricket.

Sports in the 1920s influenced the people by allowing women to participate in many of the major sports games. This active movement in sports allowed women to be celebrated as heroes.

World War 2 changed sports by introducing massive numbers of people to new sports from around the world. This lead to increased international competition.

Some sports for women in the 1920s were swimming, track and field, and tennis. During the 1924 Olympics the only category for women was figure skating.

the traditional dress changed from grass skirts to Arabic robes

Many athletes were known for their accomplishments in sports during the 1920s. Some of these include Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and Jim Thorpe.

sports is important because it helps us stay fit and healthy

the most popular sport was baseball

Entertainment changed in the 1920s by new radios, movies, music like jazz, and etc.

the sports today are alot more safer and also we have better eqipment

It has made sports more open and available to the world and without that they would not be as big as they are today worldwide.

Tennis is a sport where the rules have changed to acknowledge religious and cultural differences throughout the world.

boxing, baseball, football, dodgeball, basketball,

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The National Football League (NFL) was created.

The 1920s were a major part in the star of early American sports. Some famous athletes from that time include Babe Ruth, Red Grange, Bill Tilden, and Jack Dempsey.

They use to rely on coffee, cacao or crops, but petroleum changed their economy in the 1920s.

New attitudes and lifestyles changed in young people. Movies, radio, jazz, and sports became popular forms of entertainment.

The 1920s were a period of relative peace between World War I, which ended in 1918, and World War II, which started in 1939.

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