Why do Sports Fascinate us so Much?

in #sportstalk11 months ago


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Sports and the society

Sports can mean different things to different people. Apart from music, sports is also seen as a universal language. People, countries, races, nationalities, sexes, all share the love and intrigue of sports. But what is it about sports that actually fascinates us so much?

  • Sports offer relaxation

For a few hours a night, or a week, you can forget all about life's challenges. What matters during that time is your team, and whether or not they win. Sports offer entertainment and help us relax at that moment.

  • Give us hope

Watching a sports event can fill someone with dreams and hope. It gives you that confidence that you can do anything and be successful.

  • Sports make us excited

Everybody needs something to cheer for in life, and oftentimes our daily activities don't allow that to happen. Sports take care of that need, and allow us to openly cheer for something.

  • Strengthens bond among people

Rooting for the same team strengthens the emotional connections that people have for each other. Sports have literally united countries as they cheer for their team to win.

In conclusion, the sports we play and watch are just games. But what they mean to us and what they have come to represent are so much more. Sports speak a universal language that we all can understand. Nothing can bring people closer and nothing can potentially tear people apart from sports.

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Sports unite us; gives us a sense of association, it helps us live healthy lives, it is interesting to watch, and so, it's attractive. Indulging in sports is also a way of selling your products or getting to your target customers. Some cities in the world today are so developed because of sport activities they've hosted.

Oh yes, my city is a perfect example for development of cities. We have an international stadium that hosts both foreign and local matches. Hence, making my state recognized internationally. Thank you for your contribution.