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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    Quote Originally Posted by SatchFan View Post
    Skiing - extremely cold.
    Topless darts (on ice) - even colder - remember that, what channel was that on?

    It was my staple 10 o clock viewing 10 years ago, better than the news.

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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    To be honest most sport on TV leaves me cold now with the exception of rugby. Maybe it is because it is on 24/7 now as opposed to being a weekend thing, maybe it is the dearth of decent commentators replaced by dull ex pros and celebrities but sport on TV just does not float my boat like it used to. I follow results and read media coverage but Tigers and England rugby are all that i make an effort to watch

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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    Quote Originally Posted by Qwerty View Post
    I can watch and enjoy most Sports and I've played Most Sports but the two main ones that I haven't really played and just can't get into are Rugby (both)and Cricket.

    I like to watch Sports where I can appreciate individual skill, both Cricket And Rugby Bore the Pants off me. Probably a lack of understanding of what's going on on my part tbh.
    A fair old claim, given how many sports there actually are

    Now, l take nothing away from someone who can run a marathon, especially someone who can run one quickly. It's a pretty impressive achievement. But as a spectator sport - nah. Cue image of someone jogging. Repeat for two hours ... zzzzzzz. Same applies to F1 really.
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    Boxing has never floated my boat and with the modern penchant for pre-fight "face-offs" - see McGregor/Mayweather's classy performances yesterday 😕- it's getting more boring every time...
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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    Quote Originally Posted by Imurg View Post
    Boxing has never floated my boat and with the modern penchant for pre-fight "face-offs" - see McGregor/Mayweather's classy performances yesterday 😕- it's getting more boring every time...
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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    Scottish football.
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    Re: Sports that leave you cold

    Quote Originally Posted by Beezerk View Post
    Scottish football.
    Not a sport

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