Posted 10 April 2010 - 12:38 AM
As for organized sports, I played Soccer from like birth through third grade, but never picked it back up after moving to this side of town. Me and my brother got into BMX racing when I was in third grade, and that lasted until like seventh grade. The summer after eighth grade I joined swim team, quit during the schoolyear, then picked it back up during the summer season.
"Unorganized" sports, me and some friends have been playing Ultimate Frisbee quite a bit since summertime. I'm officially beast mode.
Posted 10 April 2010 - 06:39 AM
I also play Volleyball, my mom and sister got me and my brothers into it. My dad's really good too, when he wants to be.
Football is a yes too. I don't play for school, but I play with my friends every Friday. We play against other 'teams' from around the cities. It's like an unorganized-organization. Crazy shit happens. Flag Football happens sometimes too when teams don't feel up to tackle.
My sister got me into tennis recently. After moving to Las Vegas that's all she's played, so she got me into it.
Does Frisbee Golf/Discing count as a sport? Because I'm really good at that too.
For the sports I watch, I love watching Football, Soccer, Volleyball, and Track & Field. <BREAUX GREER FAN! (EPIC JAVELIN THROWER)>
Posted 10 April 2010 - 01:33 PM
Posted 10 April 2010 - 03:05 PM
Also, sailing, karate, ping pong, etc. are not sports. Don't even go there.
but karate doubles as my job and my sport...
I'm the nerd of my school, so I don't do anything through there. I enjoy playing soccer, kickball and sometimes football with my friends though.
Posted 06 May 2010 - 11:50 PM
Also played badminton, but as much as I liked it, I had terrible reflexes. So me learning to play tennis might be a rather futile wish. I'm just not a sports-y person. I like a lot of sports, but I'm more for the recreational than the competitive ones
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