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Which sport takes the most athleticism?

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Which sport takes the most athleticism?
Which sport takes the most athleticism?
Created: October 5, 2017
By: tommyb
Totals: 20 votes, 14 comments
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Football
5%
1 votes
Basketball
24%
5 votes
Hockey
14%
3 votes
Baseball
5%
1 votes
Soccer
24%
5 votes
Tennis
5%
1 votes
Gymnastics
19%
4 votes
Boxing.
0%
0 votes
gymnastics
0%
0 votes
The Triple Crown
0%
0 votes
Curling
5%
1 votes
0%
0 votes

Comments

8 months ago
Basketball, by far, has the greatest athletes. What they are capably of doing, and the condition they are in is insane
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reply to: Basketball, by far, has the greatest athletes. What they are capably of doing, and the condition they are in is insane
Voted: Gymnastics
A week and 4 days ago
put them in a gymnastics environment and see how well they will do, put a gymnast in basketball, they will learn to shoot a hoop much faster then a basketball player will learn a yurchenko
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8 months ago
Soccer players are in great shape, too.
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Voted: Gymnastics
5 months ago
I can't think of a sport where an athlete has to be in such total control of their body at all times as in gymnastics. If you make a few small mistakes in gymnastics, you're usually out of the competition.
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Voted: Baseball
5 months ago
Baseball by far is the most difficult sport for one to master EVEN if they're the most talented/TOP athletes at playing football, basketball, hockey etc., therefore why some TOP athletes in those sports eventually want to challenge themselves/try their athleticism at trying to hit a pitchers 100 mile per hour speed ball or fielding a ball that was hit under that pitchers speed.
My son plays several sports, but it's baseball that has always been the sport that he loves playing the most as an athlete, because not only is baseball a TEAM SPORT, it's also a sport where an athlete can challenge them self when they're up at bat to hit a home run or when fielding a ball while in the infield or the outfield ........because all athletes in any sport KNOW that it is extremely difficult for the BEST of the BEST athletes in their sports to be able to even hit a baseball pitched at them at 100 miles per hour never mind fielding a ball that was hit at that speed.... thus why in MY OPINION baseball is the hardest/most difficult sport for an athlete to master. Out of all the sports, professional baseball players make their sport look easy.... but in fact it's the most difficult sport for one to become great at, even for the TOP athletes who play other professional sports.
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reply to: Baseball by far is the most difficult sport for one to master EVEN if they're the most talented/TOP athletes at playing football, basketball, hockey etc., therefore why some TOP athletes in those sports eventually want to cha
I agree, baseball is the most difficult to master. But, it does not take the most athletic ability.

Baseball is a game of skill, not athleticism.

Most would define athletic ability based on running, jumping, speed, strenght, body control, etc. And a "natural" athlete, possesses these abilites. A natural athletic will pick up just about any sport very quickly... except baseball.

If you take a gifted athlete who never played any sports and, at 16 years old, put him on a soccer, football, even basketball team, he could contribute and make an impact immediately just based on his pure ability.

You cant do that with baseball. The skills of catching, throwing, judging fly balls, hitting (let's not even get into reading curveballs other off speed pitches) are built up over many years. That great 16 year old athlete would very likely be the worst player on the team.
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Mixed martial arts
2 months ago
Horse racing.
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Voted: Tennis
2 months ago
Curling
Voted: Soccer
2 months ago
Soccer. You have to run for 1 1/2 hours and can't use your hands
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Voted: Soccer
3 weeks ago
Track and field. In fact many athletes join T&F in the off season to keep their athetleticsm honed.
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Voted: Gymnastics
A week and 4 days ago
gymnastics, any athlete from any other sport except for parkour/free running, will not be able to learn it as fast or at all as a gymnast can learn track or other sports, in fact gymnasts learn other sports easier then non gymnasts, but non gymnasts cannot so easily learn gymnastics,
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A week and 4 days ago
I forget what exactly my father and I were talking about. But whatever it was I remember him pointing out to my that the runners in the Triple Crown were the best of the best. Simply because they have just on shot. They can never ever come back and try again. Once they've been entered and that final bell is ring, that's it. No more. Nada. The Triple Crown is the most athletic competition in the whole wide world.
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Voted: Gymnastics
A week and 4 days ago
Do you mean the horse race?
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