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Which summer olympic event would you do best in?

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07-31-2012, 09:48 PM
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Handball or football

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When I was younger, tennis and, less proficiently, basketball. I did a little fencing for awhile until I realized I wasn't going to get much better without more practice than I wanted to do.

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Handball, Basketball, Track, Swimming, Longjump, and..Soccer

couldn't decide..

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I would probably be best at the triathlon or cycling. And maybe even field hockey.

I played field hockey throughout university and highschool. And I've done a few triathlons. But there is no way I could ever compete.

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Field hockey most likely

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I guess archery, though that being said I'm miles and miles away from being even remotely Olympic-worthy.

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I guess archery, though that being said I'm miles and miles away from being even remotely Olympic-worthy.
This. I took archery for several years (although that was 10 years ago). Now, I probably couldn't even hit a target.

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This isn't the sport i'd do best in, but the sport i'd love to do the most is trampoline - it looks so damn fun! springboard diving also looks like a blast, but knowing my luck i'd hit the water the wrong way and break my back or something

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Tennis, probably, maybe. I wouldn't mind Archery either.

Definitely not swimming.

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Equestrian. Maybe I'd luck out and get a horse smart enough to do all the jumps and **** without me doing anything...
That's probably the one sport where newcomers are the least likely to even finish the event without being disqualified.

I mean that's one thing to hope your horse would not only do all these enormous jumps all by himself without you doing anything but also be bright enough to do them in the right order, but even then you would still have to remain on the horse as well.

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I can run 5000m in about 18 minutes, so that's probably the event I'd embarrass myself the least in.

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Rowing coxswain.
This. I know its hard work, but i think i could do it with 4 years of intense training. (not to mention weight loss!)

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