What are the basics of your favorite sport? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Don’t know what to write about this week? Why not explain your favorite sport to someone who has never played it! Whether your interest is in flag football, jousting, table tennis, or luging, you have a lot of helpful expertise that can be shared with absolute newbies. Stop by our forum thread for search-friendly title ideas and community support: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/91644
Twenty two men running around a field kicking a round air filled object into a net.
This was the basic information my missus said when I was going to watch the football.
Please note, I have omitted the thirty two cuss words that were intermingled with the sentence that she originally said.
In my favourite sport. It's ten men on skates chasing a rubber disc along a sheet of ice trying to put it in the opposing team's net.
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Figure Ice Skating
Good balance, strong and supporting skates, warm clothes, desire to have fun, and just a small fear fo falling. Small fear of falling so that I can learn to respect gravity and not take off like crazy when I do not know how to stop. Of course, with this comes the fundamental skill of learning how to fall first, then how to take a small step, and just let go and glide free like the wind!
The music can be any type that fancies me at that moment. Sometimes I like classic music, other times I feel like dancing to a romantic bolero, or get excited with dramatic opera. no matter what type of music, figure ice skating just transports me to a different world as soon as I get on ice! It is a beautiful sport!
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