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Sports Related Riddles for Kids

Here are some fun kids riddles for the love of sports. Share some sports related riddles with your teammates, friends, coaches and family and have some good old fashioned laughs. Some of these fun riddles are silly enough to be placed in the joke category but the puns within them create some fabulous riddles. See if you can figure them out before the punchlines are revealed.

What is the difference between a heavyweight boxer and a person with a cold?

One knows his blows and the other blows his nose!

Why is tennis such a loud sport?

The players raise a racquet

Why did the golfer take a spare pair of pants?

In case he got a hole in one

What is a cheerleaders favorite color?

Yeller

Do you go rock climbing?

I would if I were boulder

Why didn't the nose make the soccer team?

He didn't get picked

Two waves had a race. Who won?

They tide

What is the biggest diamond in the world?

A baseball diamond

Did you hear about the marathon runner who worked as a chimney sweep?

He was a great runner but suffered from Athlete's Soot!

Why are baseball stadium seats so cold?

Because fans sit in them!

Why is Cinderella a poor basketball player?

Because she had a pumpkin for a coach

Why did the campers bring a baseball player with them

To pitch the tent

Why did the coach go to the bank?

To get his quarterback

Why was Cinderella thrown off the basketball team?

Because she ran away from the ball

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