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Swimming, softball, and American football are all tough sports depending on the person.

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Between swimming, football, and softball, any of them can be tough depending on the person playing.


defiantly hockey and that is coming from a girl that plays it and it is tougher because you have to be able to skate and you have to be focased


That would be an opinion. However, Marine training "is tougher" in some ways, such as swimming, but the Army training is tougher in other ways, too. Hope this helps :D


Gymnastics is definitely a harder and tougher sport both skill wise and the sport itself. Gymnastics is such a brutal sport while football is for wimps Gymnasts are probably tougher than the navy seals!!!


Football players are undoubtedly tougher than soccer players. Football players tackle each other every game, slam into each other, pile on top of each other, and is the sport most prone to injuries and concussions. Soccer players are tough for running endurance, but football players run hundreds of yards a game, just not as much as a soccer player. In all, football players are tougher than soccer players. Soccer is tougher because you don't wear protection from head to toe like in football. Where in soccer you tackle,kick,shoot and all that stuff without protection.


well in wrestling you have to fight get hurt but you never know what the other person is going to do and you would barely have any tactics for it wheras in football you would have tactics to use so in my opinion wrestling is tougher


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Football was common in England during the 1800's although it was a much tougher sport than it is today. Irish sports like Gaelic football and hurling were also popular.


Rugby is A far tougher SPort than American Football and I have played both, but even though I prefer American Football, THey are two different Animals. Don't be Hateful because American Football is flashier, Just be glad that you can get cauliflower Ear and Look all Hard and Mean even when you are not on the Field err I mean "pitch". Rugby just does not have the appeal that Football has to Americans, so I am sure all European and other nations might agree with you but not most Americans. We all Know that it takes no skill at all to THrow a 40 Wide out, let alone Catch one. Let's not forget that there are ZERO precision Skills needed or any need for true athleticism in any of the American ( Say The Word "American" With Disgust Here) PRo Football Positions and that all American Quarterbacks are way overpaid, because anyone can do that job.


Absolutely--dramatically tougher.


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I would have to say no. Hockey is a very physical sport, but every possession doesn't involve some guy being tackled. In football, there is tough physical contact in every play of the game.


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AnswerBecause boys claim that they're tougher than girlsBut girls can be just as tough as boys


NFL is much tougher than college. The game is much faster.


Actually it all depends on skill! Girls can be tougher than boys and boys can be tougher than girls. It matters on there strength and skill.


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