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Question of the Week - Favorite Sport

In honor of the Olympics, I'm wondering:

What is your favorite sport to watch?

It doesn't need to be an Olympic sport, after all it is about to be football season and I know that's Londo's favorite sport.

Mine is definitely gymnastics, and (as I've mentioned before) I love the Olympics especially because of the gymnastics. (PLEASE don't tell me the result from last night. I have it recorded and plan to watch it tonight!) My second favorite sport to watch is football. I loves me some football, especially the Redskins. I am indeed ready for some football!

What about you? Do you have a favorite sport to watch? Do tell!

Comments

Becoming Mommy said…
Hockey.
But not so much on TV. I like to go to games and sit down low and close. Close enough to tell who's smooshed against the boards because you see their face in the glass...not just the number on their jersey.
Mostly because I don't have any hockey fan friends and it's hard to get as pumped up without others who are feeling it with you.
For TV, it's boxing and horseracing (though I prefer racing in person too!).
nutmeg96 said…
Basketball -- March Madness.

I enjoy hockey and baseball in person but not on TV.

I enjoy Olympic swimming, especially if Michael Phelps is competing. Sure to be a great race.
Cloud said…
Rugby. Because when Hubby first moved over here, before we got a little circle of Kiwi friends around us, I was the only one who'd watch it with him. We'd stay up late to watch the games live, and I'd snuggle up.

Also, its a fun sport to watch- lots of action, with out the incessant commercial breaks that are so common in American sports, now.
Synchro Diving!
Seriously who ever thought that up is insane!!!

Normally we never watch sports
Burgh Baby said…
Absolutely, positively no doubt about it--my favorite sport to watch is Michael Phelps' abs. What? That's totally a sport!
La folle maman said…
I used to like watching basketball with DH but he hasn't really been into it lately and I don't have the commitment to watch it at any more. So I can't say I really watch sports anymore. Lame, I know.
I'm Not Skippy said…
I like to betray my gender and not like any sport. I've half watched the olympics for the first time this year (although at this point I'm burnt out).

Does Ninja Warrior count as a sport?
Rudyinparis said…
I like watching football when beer is involved. That happens less frequently now that the kiddos are around... but I do still like to watch a game occasionally. Caramama, my husband is a huge Redskins fan, too!

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