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Ulysses S. Grant: Before he was president, Ulysses S. Grant was a great horseman. Growing up in Ohio, Grant was around horses from a young age, learning to ride in his early years and handling teams of horses by the time he was 7 or 8. While in school, Grant's horsemanship skills were more impressive than his average grades. Grover Cleveland: An athletic youngster, Grover Cleveland could allegedly out-wrestle and out-swim most of his classmates at school. However, his favorite sport was fishing. Theodore Roosevelt: To combat childhood asthma, Theodore Roosevelt's parents got him started in sports at a young age to build his strength and stamina. He enjoyed outdoor activities, such as riding horses, swimming and hiking, and he competed in boxing and tennis while at Harvard. Dwight Eisenhower: President Dwight D. Eisenhower showcased his strength while playing on the West Point football team. He played at halfback until a knee injury forced him to the sidelines. John F. Kennedy: John F. Kennedy was athletic in his youth, and was said to have gone out for swimming, football and sailing while at Harvard. His athletic endeavors were hindered by a back injury, although he was still able to enjoy his family's hobby of sailing later in his life. Gerald Ford: Before he was president of the United States, Gerald Ford was a standout football player. A lineman at the University of Michigan, Ford helped the Wolverines capture the 1932 and 1933 national crowns. He was voted the team's Most Valuable Player in 1935, his senior season. Aside from football, Ford also enjoyed golfing, swimming and skiing. Jimmy Carter: Jimmy Carter showed off his athleticism while attending the U.S. Naval Academy, where he ran track and cross country, and also played on the school's lightweight football team. Ronald Reagan: With well-rounded interests, Ronald Reagan was also a well-rounded athlete. The former U.S. president played football and enjoyed swimming when he was young, and eventually played three sports at Eureka College (Ill.): football, track and swimming. George H.W. Bush: President George H.W. Bush was a three-sport athlete in high school, playing basketball, soccer and baseball. He had the most talent in baseball, and went on to play first base at Yale. Bill Clinton: During his presidency, Bill Clinton incorporated jogging into his work day. From battling childhood weight problems to undergoing heart surgery, the former president tries to maintain a healthier lifestyle in his post-White House years by continuing to walk and jog to stay in shape. George W. Bush: President George W. Bush's interest in sports began with baseball, as he assembled a group of investors to buy the Texas Rangers while his father was president. Bush is also an avid cyclist, which resulted in a few minor accidents during his presidency.
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Besides being fun, there are a number of benefits to playing sports. Physical Benefits: Boost immune system--healthier body image--develop strong muscles--lower blood pressur…e-- Social Benefits: improve mood and reduce the chance of depression--earn attention and respect from peers and adults--better attitude towards authority figures--be with friends and make new ones--increased self-esteem and self confidence Personal benefits: Help relieve stress--increase self discipline--experience sucess, such as winning--learn to deal with disappointment, such as losing--learn healthy habits, like staying fit. kids who play sports usually...perform better in school, less likely to drop out, less likely to smoke. Every sport can teach you something different: Soccer (footwork and foot speed), Baseball (eye-hand coordination), football (agility), Tennis (shoulder movement), basketball (quickness), track and field (coordination and technique), cross country (endurance). If you're good enough, you can play for money.
you play sports because you need the exercise and its good for you. like me i don't play a sport but i run the mile two days out of the week. i can run the mile in eight mins …and thirty seconds because i have good lungs because i used to play softball. that's why you should play a sport.(i am a girl.)
Play Sports is the correct term and grammar.
Harding and Eisenhower were noted as playing gold while they were president. Kennedy was supposedly an excellent golfer but did not play much as president or if he did, it not… attract much attention in the press. I think Clinton also plays golf.
people play it mostly for fun
Football, soccer, cricket, baseball, ect.
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Sports are played usually on a field, court, ring, stadium, etc. All depends on what sport
They Played All Types Of Sports. Google It. After All, Google Knows Everything(:
The president's wife should be helping solve problems too. I think during the election people who can vote should learn more about the spouse of the person running for preside…nt. The president's wife plays an important role. When we do have a female presidnet, same goes for the husband. He must also be a leader.
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Annette Bening played the president's girl friend. The president in the movie was not married.
Whatever appeals to you the most so you invest the time required to become proficient. Try swimming.
First sports were played in Im not sure but I THINK 1300, 1400, 1500, or 1600 Im not VERY sure.