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    I'm so copying you, Jaguar. (not on purpose)

    I don't care for watching sports. I do enjoy participating in fencing, tennis, horseback riding, and skiing. I also like hiking, swimming, dance, and bikram yoga. I do all of the aforementioned activities for exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I'm so copying you, Jaguar. (not on purpose)

    I don't care for watching sports. I do enjoy participating in fencing, tennis, horseback riding, and skiing. I also like hiking, swimming, dance, and bikram yoga. I do all of the aforementioned activities for exercise.
    I've never tried fencing, that would be interesting.
    I used to show horses, competitively, when I was a kid.
    Dad would take my brother and I hiking in the mountains.
    I enjoyed fishing with him, too.

    Speaking of mountains, my favorite are in Colorado. That's where I used to ski.
    Vail, Beaver Creek, and Aspen. The natural beauty in Colorado is magnificent.
    It knocks you senseless.


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    Tennis, Surfing, Golf, Football, MMA, Target Shooting (rifle, pistol, shotgun), Racing (cars, motorcycles), Sailing, Volleyball, Whitewater Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Wake Boarding, Scuba Diving, Swimming, Snow skiing. I know I'm forgetting a bunch, but I like to do a lot of different sports.

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    My favourite sports include tv watching and and 4chan trolling

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    Ice hockey. All levels from little mites to the NHL. It is my most beloved sport and will always rank above everything else. There is nothing else like it. If you have never strapped on a pair of skates and tried it at least once, you need to do so before you die. If you have never watched a game, please do.

    Baseball. Tradition. Strategy. No clock to play against. It's summer and childhood and it even has it's own smell, if a sport could have a smell. Baseball seems to exist in a suspended state of innocence, regardless of the shit that sometimes surrounds it.

    I like American football. I like the military styled formations. Granted, I'm less educated on the game than hockey and baseball by a long shot but I do like watching. College more than the NFL.

    With the Winter Olympics coming I'm looking forward to a lot of sports I don't get to watch as much but still enjoy. Skiing and ski jumping, speed skating, figure skating, the luge and bobsledding and curling, which I'm convinced started out as a drinking game.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    You know, sometimes I think if I had actually been good at/able to play team sports well growing up, or any sport for that matter, I'd have more appreciation for them and would enjoy watching them. But, I don't. I do enjoy watching many of the Olympic events, though... but that's about the extent of my sports-watching.

    As for sports I do myself, climbing is pretty much it. And I LOOOOVE climbing. I'm also an avid hiker, but I don't really consider hiking/walking a sport.

    (In high school I did cross country for 1 year though..so I guess that sort of counts. And I did ballet from 3rd grade until the start of high school)
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    Soccer/Football,
    Pong/Table Tennis,
    Swimming.

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    Real football.
    Basketball.
    Baseball.

    The other sports after those three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Speaking of mountains, my favorite are in Colorado. That's where I used to ski.
    Vail, Beaver Creek, and Aspen. The natural beauty in Colorado is magnificent.
    It knocks you senseless.
    The Alps are pretty good, too, if you've ever been there.
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    playing/ hockey, baseball, track and field, boxing.
    watching on tv/ football, hockey, baseball and yes....chess boxing... look it up..

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