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    Im disabled so dont do any sports. I reay like them al when I was a kid though. I realy enjoy watchign surfing and used to love horse racing until I foudn out what goes on in the industry to the horses

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    Personally I'm a retired mountain bike racer. Cross Country, Downhill And Duel. Tried 4X but it wasn't quite my thing.
    I also did track and field and played American Football as a wide reciever and free safety.
    I've done Kickboxing, Karate, Kendo and Kali.
    I also do Bouldering and Rock climbing.
    Oh I forgot to mention bike trials and BMX street.
    And Street inline skating.
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    I'm into bodybuilding/fitness and precision rifles (sniper type rifles).

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    Football!!!! Go Gators!!!!!!
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    I am an avid canoeist. This is a picture from my last jaunt along the (frozen!) Trent & Mersey canal. I had to turn back because I got stuck!


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    Chris, nice picture! And are those nuclear towers in the background, reflecting off the water?

    My favorite sport is downhill snow skiing, only get to go once or twice a year though as we live about 600 miles from the mountains. I play a lot of disc golf (Frisbee golf) and there is a nice course just 6 blocks from the house. Also enjoy commuting to and from work on the bicycle, it's 11 miles round trip.

    College football is about the only sport I watch. My son and I are volunteer ushers at the stadium and get to attend all the home games. Go Huskers!

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    My favorite sport is downhill snow skiing, only get to go once or twice a year though as we live about 600 miles from the mountains. I play a lot of disc golf (Frisbee golf) and there is a nice course just 6 blocks from the house. Also enjoy commuting to and from work on the bicycle, it's 11 miles round trip.

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    Real football (that's soccer to many on here), cricket and rugby union... all as spectator only nowadays. The only sports I'm still actively involved in are Kandy Crush and Mariokart.

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    Stilt-walking, lindyhop, and usually ice-skating but not so much right now. I like watching sumo and competitive dancing. Would like to get into areal one day. Hate hate hate yoga.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisphoto View Post
    I am an avid canoeist. This is a picture from my last jaunt along the (frozen!) Trent & Mersey canal. I had to turn back because I got stuck!

    Cool, great photo. We have a 2 man kayak but I think a 3 man canoe would be better for my family.

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