I watched the five minutes that the network devoted to the finals of the trampoline competition. Left me entirely cold, although it was neat to watch a clip where they superimposed one competitor's preliminaries with her finals. The moves, position, and height were almost identical throughout.<br><br>And, for entertainment, it was great to see the judges' heads <br><br>
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Rick had never seen it before. On our vacation he waffled between going out to work on his car and coming back in asking, "Is that volleyball on again yet?".<br>I almost feel gypped. The women look lovely like they are all oiled up and smooth to the touch. The men are in baggy clothes, unshaven and their hair looks dirty. Rather than being attractive, they look like they stink. Although clean them up and there are a couple of cuties. So we just watch the women.<br><br>
Uhm... ever played badminton at a competitive level? Try it and then tell me it doesn't require athletic ability.<br><br>Table tennis can tire you out too.<br><br>As for shooting though? I don't get that one.<br><br><br>
Agreed. And I'll add trampoline to that list. It's mix of gymnastics and pure stamina. Anyone who has ever spent even 1 minute just jumping up and down on a trampoline can tell you that you get winded doing it. It requires a lot of balance and concentration, as well as a healthy set of lungs.<br><br>
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