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Sport Schema Community Group

The purpose of this group is to propose an expanded vocabulary for describing sporting information within schema.org. The goal is to create a proposal which will build on the existing vocabulary within schema.org updating or adding only where needed. The group should leverage existing work in the area of sport vocabularies, thinking globally with a focus on supporting the 'head' of sports vocabularies while keeping in mind the 'body' and 'tail'.

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The purpose of this group is to propose an expanded vocabulary for describing sporting information within schema.org.
The goal is to create a proposal which will build on the existing vocabulary within schema.org updating or adding only where needed. The group should leverage existing work in the area of sport vocabularies, thinking globally with a focus on supporting the ‘head’ of sports vocabularies while keeping in mind the ‘body’
and ‘tail’.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2015-06-26 by Jonathan Balls. The following people supported its creation: Jonathan Balls, Olivier Thereaux, Vicki Holland, Tom Grahame, Gregg Kellogg. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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