I wouldn't count Drag Racing as a sport. They basically race 2 cars in a straight path, and the race finishes in about 5 seconds. All you have to do is put the pedal to the metal, no strategy or anything what-so-ever during the race (I believe).
If you can play it well hammered it shouldn't be a sport: golf, bowling, pool, poker, juggling
It's astonishing how confused people get when a sentence does not end as they potato.
I have done each sport. Baseball is not a sport. Bowling and golf are activities.
Everyone who says "motorsports" for an answer to "doesn't require physical activity" have no clue. Try driving 15 minutes with go karts (the stepping stone for more demanding motorsports) and tell me you don't feel like you've done something physical.
football. football players act so tough but wear like 50 pads, then play for 10 seconds just to take a 30 second break? i mean cmon...
i actually have a definition for what a sport is,
A sport is an athletic activity in which winning requires that you make your opponent(s) lose.
Originally Posted by tkjnz
IMO a sport is where you move and/or interact constantly.
So yes, i would regard iceskating or even dancing a sport, and baseball and golf activities.
I would also say that anything involving other then your own physical strength or capacity is not a sport. It is merely to see who is the best at handling an animal/vehicle.
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On-topic: NASCAR. Driving around in circles for hours and hours does not constitute a sport. Regardless of how hot it gets in the vehicle, its still not a sport.
Swimming. It's not a sport, it's a way to keep from drowning.