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This is a list of sportspeople by nickname.

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Baseball

Basketball

Bodybuilding

Boxing

Bullfighting

  • "El Aleph" = Rey Guevara-Vasquez, Mexico
  • "El Algabeño" = José García Rodríguez,
  • "Cara Ancha" = José Sánchez Del Campo,
  • "Armillita Chico" = Fermín Espinosa Saucedo,
  • "Carlos Arruza" = Carlos Ruiz Camino, Mexico
  • "Algabeño hijo" = José García Carranza,
  • "Antoñete" = Antonio Chenel Albaladejo,
  • "Barragan" = Isidro Santiago Llano,
  • "Bette Ford" = Harriet Dingeldein, United States
  • "Bienvenida" = Manuel Mejías Rapela,
  • "Antonio Bienvenida" = Antonio Mejías Jiménez,
  • "Pepe Bienvenida" = José Mejías Jiménez,
  • "Bocanegra" = Manuel Fuentes y Rodríguez,
  • "Bombita" =
    • Emilio Torres Reina,
    • Ricardo Torres Reina,
  • "El Brillante" = Alfredo Gomez, Mexico
  • "Pepe Cáceres" = José Eslava Cáceres,
  • "Cagancho" = Joaquín Rodríguez Ortega,
  • "El Califa" = José Pacheco Rodríguez,
  • "Califa de Alcácer" = João Branco Núncio, Portugal
  • "El Cano" = Manuel Jiménez y Meléndez,
  • "El Capea" = Pedro Gutiérrez Lorenzo,
  • "Carnicerito de Méjico" = José González López,
  • "Simon Casas" = Bernard Dombs,
  • "Cavira" = Enrique Cano Iriborne,
  • "Chamaco" =
    • Antonio Borrero Borrero,
    • Antonio Borrero Morano,
  • "El Chano" = Hector Villa, Colombia
  • "Cheche" = José Marrero Bez,
  • "Chicuelo" =
    • Rafael Jiménez Castro,
    • Manuel Jiménez Moreno,
    • Manuel Jiménez Vera,
  • "Chicuelo II" = Manuel Jiménez Díaz,
  • "El Ciclón" (Mexican: "The Cyclone") = Carlos Arruza, Mexico
  • "El Cid" = Manuel Jesús Cid, Spain
  • "Cocherito de Bilbao" = Cástor Jaureguibeitia Ibarra,
  • "El Cordobés" ("The Cordobese" – "The Cordovan") =
  • "Corchaito" = Fermín Muñoz Corchado,
  • "Costillares" = Joaquín Rodríguez, Spain
  • "Cúchares" = Francisco Arjona Herrera,
  • "Curro Guillén" = Francisco Herrera Rodríguez,
  • "Curro Romero" = Francisco Romero López, Spain
  • "Dominguín" =
  • "El Ecijano" = Juan Jiménez Ripoll,
  • "Espartaco" = Juan Antonio Ruiz Román,
  • "El Espartero" = Manuel García Cuesta,
  • "El Estudiante" = Luis Gómez Calleja,
  • "Fabrilo" = Julio Aparici y Pascual, ,
  • "El Fandi" = David Fandilla Marín, Spain
  • "Finito de Córdoba" = Juan Serrano Pineda, Spain
  • "Flores" = Isidoro Martí Fernando,
  • "Frascuelo" = Salvador Sánchez Povedano, Spain
  • "El Fundi" = José Prados Martín, Spain
  • "El Gallo" =
    • Fernando Gómez García,
    • El Gallo,
  • "Gitanillo de Triana" = Francisco Vega de los Reyes,
  • "Guerrita" = Rafael Guerra Bejarano, Spain
  • "Javier Valverde" = Javier San José,
  • "El Jerezano" = Manuel Lara Reyes,
  • "Jesulín de Ubrique" = Jesús Janeiro Bazán,
  • "José Falcón" = José Carlos Frita Falcao, Portugal [131]
  • "Joselito" =
  • "Juan Bautista" = Jean Baptiste Jalabert, France
  • "El Juli" = Julián López Escobar, Spain
  • "Lagartijo" = Rafael Molina Sánchez, Spain
  • "Litri" =
    • Miguel Báez Espuny,
    • Manuel Báez Gómez,
    • Miguel Báez Quintero,
    • Miguel Báez Spínola,
  • "The Little Giant" = Eloy Cavazos, Mexico
  • "Machaquito" = Rafael González Madrid,
  • "Malla" = Agustín García Díaz,
  • "Manili" = Manuel Ruíz Regalo,
  • "Manolete" = Manuel Rodríguez Sánchez, Spain
  • "Manolo Bienvenida" = Manuel Mejías Jiménez,
  • "Manzanares" = José María Dols Abellán,
  • "Master João" = João Branco Núncio, Portugal
  • "Manzanares" = José María Dolls Samper,
  • "Miguelín" = Miguel Mateo, Mexico
  • "Morante de la Puebla" = José Antonio Morante,
  • "Morenito de Valencia" = Aurelio Puchol Aldas,
  • "Nimeño I" = Alain Montcouquiol, France
  • "Nimeño II" = Christian Montcouquiol, France
  • "El Niño del Sol Naciente" = Atsuhiro Shimoyama, Japan[132]
  • "El Niño de la Capea" = Pedro Gutiérrez Moya,
  • "El Niño de La Palma" = Cayetano Ordóñez, Spain
  • "Paquiro" = Francisco Montes Reina, Spain
  • "Palomo Linares" = Sebastián Palomo Martínez,
  • "Panchón" = Francisco González Díaz,
  • "Paquirri" = Francisco Rivera Pérez, Spain
  • "Parrita" = Agustín Parra Vargas,
  • "Pedrés" = Pedro Martínez González,
  • "El Peniso del Portosborough" = Peter George McCarthy, United Kingdom
  • "Pepe-Hillo" = José Delgado Guerra, Spain
  • "Pepete" =
    • José Rodríguez Davié,
    • José Dámaso Rodríguez y Rodríguez,
    • José Gallego Mateo,
  • "Perrucho" = Francisco García,
  • "Punteret" = Joaquín Sans y Almenar,
  • "Rafaelillo" = Rafael Rubio Luján,
  • "El Renco" = Antonio Pérez Rueda,
  • "Rigores" = Roque Miranda Conde,
  • "Riverita" = Jose Rivera Perez, Spain
  • "El Sargento" = Guillermo Rodríguez Martínez,
  • "Serranito" = Hilario González Delgado,
  • "El Soro" = Vicente Ruiz, Spain
  • "El Tato" = José Raúl Gracia Hernández,
  • "Varelito" = Manuel Vares y García,
  • "El Viti" = Santiago Martín, Spain
  • "El Yiyo" = José Cubero Sanchez,
  • "El Zotoluco" = Eulalio López, Mexico

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Cycling

Darts

Football

American football

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Association football

Australian rules football

All players are Australians unless otherwise indicated.

Canadian football

All players are Canadians unless indicated otherwise.

Gaelic football

Golf

Gymnastics

All are Gymnasts unless stated

Horse racing

Horses

Jockeys/Trainers

Ice hockey

Martial arts

Judo

Karate

Kickboxing

Mixed martial arts

Muay Thai

Taekwondo

  • "Heewoman" = Dana Hee United States

Motor sport

Collective

Pit team

Brackets indicates represented drivers

Pool / snooker

Rugby

Union

League

Skateboarding

Skiing

Tennis

Track and field

Triathlon

Volleyball

Watersport

Canoeing

Diving

Rowing

Sailing

Surfing

Swimming

Windsurfing

Weightlifting

Wrestling

Professional wrestling

Sumo wrestling

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Notes

  1. ^ Officially known as "ABC of France" without Dalmas, due to his lackluster career due to his illness later in his career.
  2. ^ Corvette Racing Le Mans and ALMS factory team.
  3. ^ Given as teammate pairs.
  4. ^ honoured on two occasions of the seven cars for reaching the finish at Nairobi (of the Safari Rally) when all others were stranded on the Mau Escarpment along the western rim of the Great Rift Valley.

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