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I guess there is a grammatical error in the badge list:

[badge:Sportsmanship] Up voted 100 answers on questions where an answer of yours has a positive score

Well, I am not a native speaker, but I guess it should be either "Upvoted" or "Voted up"?

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"Upvoted" and "Voted up" would be fine, but "Up voted" is not correct. Take a look at this question “Upvote” vs. “up vote” vs. “up-vote” at English Language & Usage.

I´ve extracted some info from the accepted answer.

Within the nomenclature of this site, upvote seems to be the accepted term.

Otherwise, you could go for up-vote or vote up but not up vote.

and

Up vote with spaces does not work however, because it confuses the syntax of the sentence.

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  • My up-vote goes to hyphenating it. upvote is not a word.
    – Jamiec
    Feb 5 '14 at 12:44
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    @Jamiec the past tense up-voted looks weired and i think up-vote looks more like a noun, while upvote looks more like a verb.
    – Jehof
    Feb 5 '14 at 12:48
  • I personally dont see whats weird about up-voted, but I'm no grammar expert.
    – Jamiec
    Feb 5 '14 at 13:16
  • Holy cow the rules for hyphenation are.... extensive: grammarbook.com/punctuation/hyphens.asp
    – Jamiec
    Feb 5 '14 at 13:18
  • Thanks Jehof, and thanks for linking the resource! I am glad my non-native feeling was right!
    – Tomas
    Feb 6 '14 at 9:35

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