01. My son's hockey team came in second in the [tournament] last weekend.
02. Our company holds a just-for-fun tennis [tournament] every summer.
03. Tiger Williams has won practically every major golf [tournament] he has entered this year.
04. The winner of this school [tournament] will be entered in the city finals next month.
05. The [tournament] is divided into categories depending on the age and sex of the participant.
06. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the [tournament] on Friday after the last game.
07. Over 40 world-class golfers are competing for the [tournament] prize of $500,000.
08. Crowds of up to 15,000 are common for major badminton [tournaments] in Malaysia.
09. The most important thing for my son when we go to a hockey [tournament] out of town is whether or not the hotel we stay at has a swimming pool.
10. The U.S. Open is one of the most important golfing [tournaments] in the world and is open to both amateur and professional players.
11. Takanohana dominated the Japanese sumo wrestling scene in the mid 1990s, winning four of six annual [tournaments] and finishing second in a fifth.
12. Alex came in third in his very first chess [tournament] over the weekend.
13. The biggest poker [tournament] in the world is held in Las Vegas, and has a grand prize of over a million dollars.

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