Sport Ontology

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"The Sport Ontology is a simple lightweight ontology for publishing data about competitive sports events. The terms in this ontology allow data to be published about: The structure of sports tournaments as a series of events, the competing of agents in a competition, the type of discipline a event involves, the award associated with the competition and how received it ...etc. Whilst it originates in a specific BBC use case, the Sport Ontology should be applicable to a wide range of competitive sporting events data publishing use cases. Care has been taken to try and ensure interoperability with more general ontologies in use. In particular it draws heavily upon the events ontology."

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British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
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Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, Greater London, W1A 1AA, United Kingdom