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The word freestyle is used to describe a sport or other activity where the participant is free to choose a style at will. It is also used to describe a version of a sport which is slightly more lenient than the sport it descended from.
See (in music):
- Freestyle music, also known as "Latin hip hop" or "Latin freestyle"
- Freestyle rapping is improvised rapping.
- Freestyle was the name of hip hop musician Pretty Tony's one man band.
- Freestyle is the name of a Swedish band popular in the 1980s.
- Freestyle is a Saturday night music video request show on New Zealand's C4.
- Freestyler is a Bomfunk MC's single.
See (in sports):
- Freestyle swimming
- Freestyle wrestling
- Freestyle skiing
- Freestyle skis , are also known as Twin-tip skis
- Freestyle snowboarding
- Freestyle skydiving
- Freestyle skateboarding
- Freestyle hockey, which is like normal hockey, but:
- The number of players per team is increased from 11 to 14.
- The length is increased from 70 to 100 minutes.
- Goals can be shot from anywhere and not just the shooting circle.
- A player can hit anyone from the opposing team with his/her stick.
- There are no other changes.
- Freestyle dance
- Musical Canine Freestyle
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