I'll add my two cents to this old question.
The question was simply too broad as originally written. I wrote about this before in another meta answer, but basically, there are so many possible answers to this question that it will never be fully answered. I voted to close the question a couple of days after it was asked.
Unfortunately, lots of answers got added before it was closed 5 days later. You edited the question to narrow the scope and make it answerable, which I supported and voted to reopen. Unfortunately, it was really too late at this point, as many people didn't like the fact that there were so many answers that got invalidated. The question got reverted back, where it stayed, open, for a year and a half. During that time, it continued to gain answer after answer of obscure examples. It was the epitome of a bad list question. Finally it was closed as too broad, again.
Unfortunately, at this point, the question has too much baggage to reopen. List questions are tricky: when you ask them, you don't know how common an occurrence something is, so you don't know if it will be too broad or not. And once the broad question has been asked and answered with lots of examples, it is really too late to try to narrow it.
If you really want to salvage the question, the best thing to do is probably to revert the wording back to the broad question, and leave it closed. Then, if you want to ask about something like this in one sport, ask a new question.