Hoop may refer to:

  • A hoop is the metal ring on a barrel
  • Hoop (rhythmic gymnastics) is one apparatus in Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Hoop (magazine), an American basketball magazine
  • "Hoops" (song), a 1996 song by Ruby
  • Hoops (video game), a 1989 basketball video game
  • Hooping, a modern subculture revolving around hoopdance
  • Basketball, also referred to as Hoops
  • Celtic F.C., nicknamed the Hoops
  • Shamrock Rovers F.C., nicknamed the Hoops
  • Queens Park Rangers, nicknamed the Hoops
  • Shamrock Rovers Hoops, an Irish basketball club
  • HOOPS 3D Graphics System, a 3D Graphics API, part of The HOOPS 3D Application Framework
  • Sphincter, a colloquial term for the anatomical structure, a circular muscle

Other articles related to "hoop, hoops":

Martin Hoop
... Martin Hoop (born Carl Martin Hoop April 14, 1892 in Lägerdorf, District of Steinburg, Schleswig-Holstein died May 11, 1933 in Zwickau) was a district leader in the Communist Party of Germany in Saxony and ...
Hoop Jr. - Racing Career
... At the age of two, Hoop Jr ... races are laid out and as fast as anybody." Trained by Ivan Parke, in his three-year-old debut, Hoop Jr ... In the second division, Hoop Jr ...
Arumer Zwarte Hoop
... The Arumer Zwarte Hoop ("the Black Gang from Arum") was an army of peasant rebels in Friesland fighting the Dutch authorities from 1515 to 1523 ... noblemen from Frisia and Gelderland and formed the Arumer Zwarte Hoop ...
Lawa Tabiki Airstrip - Charters and Destinations
... Airlines Destinations Blue Wing Airlines Paramaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport Caricom Airways Paramaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport Gum Air Paramaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport Hi-Jet Helicopter Services Paramaribo, Zorg ...
Triple Peel On Opponent
... A prerequisite is that the opponent has one ball whose next hoop is 4-back (so it has three hoops still to run) it is usually performed when the opponent's other ball is ... The striker peels the opponent's ball through its last three hoops and pegs it out ... the striker has both balls on the lawn, while the opponent has only one ball, positioned at hoop 1 ...