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JohnM

Which sport are you made for?

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Long distance cycling.  

 

I am too bulky to be a great half marathon runner, I suspect cross country skiing is probably the sport I would be best suit for, so I consider it a lucky escape.

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Came up with 1, table tennis, 2, badminton and 3, squash for me.

 

Probably about right as I have played quite a lot of badminton and squash over the years.

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Athletics (throwing events), followed by wrestling and judo. Ho hum.

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Hockey!

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1/long distance Cycling


2/ not quite so long distance cycling


3/Squash

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Lawn Bowls

Netball

Shooting

If I play Netball can I go straight to the showers?

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Hockey!

 

I got hockey as well but it didn't recommend me for long distance running. Considering I have completed a 70-mile ultramarathon plus a couple of normal ones, I beg to differ!

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I am guessing that most on here were not too keen on pain?

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Rugby sevens, and I was a pretty good sevens player.

 

However, second was athletic throwing events, at which I was useless. Struggling to whistle as well as my younger sister and not being able to chuck a cricket ball forty yards were two particular embarrassments of my early teens.

 

Third was hockey; never tried it apart from one practice session at school before a one-off challenge game against the local girls' grammar school. Retired early with a gashed shin.

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1) Rugby Sevens

2) Hockey

3) Netball

 

 

Happy enough with that selection. Very limited experience of playing hockey but my understanding is that you get to hit each other with sticks which sounds like fun. I've always enjoyed netball as a spectator sport so getting closer to the action sounds fabulous.

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The thing's a bit off and most definitely hasn't seen me these days...

 

1. Hockey

2. Rugby Sevens

3. Squash

 

1.  Might, at an absolute stretch might, be achievable but only if the others were aging knackers as well.

2.  :O

3.  I'd be a sweaty puddle within a few points.

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table tennis

a game I actually like playing, although I'm rubbish at it

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Squash and rugby sevens were my other two options.

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Athletics (long distance)

Shooting

Weight lifting

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Athletics (long distance)

Shooting

Weight lifting

 

You sound an ideal candidate for deer-stalking.

:biggrin:

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