What sports do you play or used to play ?
I played football (soccer) for about a year, went to rugby union for about 5 years, cricket about 6 years during summer months. Still a huge rugby fan, not really football.
Curious to know what sports you lot played especially you Americans.
- οικοςLv 711 months agoFavourite answer
There were dozens as a kid. From college on, there were fewer: badminton, volleyball, football (American), basketball (never very good), softball (ditto), weight-lifting, bowling. As a grad student, I picked up fencing and eventually turned pro. That's no big deal; most people considered professional under AFLA rules have never even held a foil. Anyone who ever got paid in connection with any sport is considered a professional fencer, even if it was just being an umpire at a Little League game.
There are also the sometimes-solitary sports, such as hiking, fishing, and hunting.
- 2 months ago
Played Rugby Union and Cricket
- Blue noseLv 54 months ago
I used to play a bit of football at school, but that's really what they did!
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- RichardLv 411 months ago
Football, cricket, marathon running (6 x finisher)
- 11 months ago
Grew up playing hockey (ice hockey); played for a rugby (union; didn't have league as an option- this was a decade plus before the Wolfpack were a thing) club in Toronto. Gave that up; play (occasionally) in a men's hockey league now. Playing more golf than anything else (I'll be 50 in a couple years).
- 11 months ago
Not a football or soccer player except as a teenager, my sports were not group sports more individual activities so more surfing, skiing(water & snow) were in my realm.
A lot of backpacking (tramping) in the schedule in the outback for a week or two and than come back to surfing and skiing.
- BarryLv 611 months ago
I was useless at football. Then my school decided to play rugby union. I loved it and went on to play for my local team ( not very well). Then I met my partner and we had kids so rugby was out. But I always think of rugby as a thinking man's game. Much more planning and tactics.
- Aster RhoidsLv 711 months ago
Played 2 years of volleyball in high school