By sports I mean like playing a sport in a team or just really enjoying sports. I started playing soccer since I was 7 now i'm 15 and still play soccer. Soccer is not just my passion it's mostly everyone's passion. I feel like soccer is my Cultural identity because It something that I have been doing for a very long time and feel that it belongs in my culture. That's one of the reasons why i feel like that is
Sports always make me happy and they have made me a better person. I love playing, watching, and listening to sports. I play basketball during the fall and winter; I play softball during the spring and summer. I am a forward and guard in basketball and I play every position in softball. We won all of our softball games and
I have always played sports. Softball, soccer, and swimming before I started kindergarten, later, basketball and volleyball. My passion is and always has been softball. I love competing and being able to make friendships and memories with my teammates that will last a lifetime.
Sports have been a huge part of my life ever since I was about five years old. It has impacted my life so much. The biggest challenge that I faced was with my injuries during basketball and soccer season. I recently had to quit soccer and basketball, which was difficult for me.
Sport is incredible in how it can increase confidence, self-esteem, and overall health while teaching children a new ability of working with others as a team, taking direction, and doing things they never thought possible. I want to be able to show what sports is capable of teaching and the rewards that come along with it. The concept of team reveals what is achievable through solidarity that would be impossible in solitary.
I have always enjoyed being involved in school activities. By the end of my high school career, I will have played volleyball and golf all four years. Although I was never the superstar or the best on the team for either sport, I always enjoyed playing and being supportive of my teammates. Getting involved with a team and making new friends has been half the fun. Not only do I play sports, but I also enjoy attending other sporting events. My favorite two sports to watch are football and basketball. While in third grade, I cheered on the 2004 Indian football team to a victory during the State game at Camp Randall. In 2012, I supported both the girls’ and boys’ basketball
I have always loved sports ever since I was a little kid. Some of my earliest memories are of playing soccer with my friends on a wet, cold spring day or hitting a ball off of a tee and feeling like it went a mile, when in reality it only went about fifty feet. Even to this day I still can never get enough of sports. I get about four weeks off out of the entire year where I’m not technically in a sport, but I’m still always practicing and trying to get better because that’s the only way I know. I love everything about sports: the friendships, the competition, the passion, the atmosphere, the unity. Sports are one of my true loves and they consume my life. It is this strong desire that I have for sports that has driven me to want to pursue a
Sports is my way of challenging my body and myself. There is great joy being on a team oriented sport and a more individual sport track. Playing a mix of sports expands my skill set and keeps things interesting.
Softball has been my passion for as long as long as I can remember. I started playing in first grade and joined a club team in forth grade. The sport has established numerous friendships that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Softball has taught me anythings. From sportsmanship to leadership skill, I now have many skills that will benefit me in the future. I will always be grateful for the sport because I have witnessed so many experiences that I probably would not have if I did not play the
Softball is very good sport. It's fun, crazy, and you get to make cool songs. I like softball for all those reasons and more. Lie, you get to hit things, run, slide so basically I like it because there's a lot of action.
For someone who frequently jokes about hating sports, I sure do have a lot of medals. Growing up, I was constantly involved in one, if not more, sports at a single time. I couldn 't seem to stick to one sport, however. My participation in some lasted far longer than in others, but I either eventually grew uninterested or put another extracurricular first, leaving another behind. Below is a list some of the sports in which I was involved, in reverse order based on how much I cared about them.
My two favorite sports are soccer and softball, even though there is plenty more, those are personally my two favorite. I know before I mentioned that I was good but the time and effort I have put into the practices have
I hid as a child: I hid my smile, I hid behind my long hair, and I apologized frequently. I was uncomfortable with who I was and what I looked like, and I often felt as though I was an inconvenience to other people. My journey to change began the day I tried out for a volleyball team on a whim at the age of thirteen; later, with the prodding of my coach, I continued on to basketball tryouts that same fall. I had never truly applied myself to sports before the 2009-2010 season, but something came alive in my mind that year. Athletics has taught me more life lessons than I could expound upon in a single essay, but perhaps the single most important lesson that I learned while playing sports in middle and high school is that I should not be afraid to be a leader. Sports coaxed me out of hiding.
volleying with a wall! Even though I had never thought of myself as the sports type, I was rather good at