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POLL: Is Wargaming a "Sport"?


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Personal logo Condor Supporting Member of TMP writes:

The object of the original Olympics was to avoid war. To that end, countries were expected to send their best warriors to participate in events associated with warfare.

Hammer throw, shot put, javelin, synchonized swimming, running, jumping, darts, synchronized diving and other deadly warrior activities.

Oh, I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK...


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
definitely
14
2%
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probably
20
3%
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maybe
25
4%
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probably not
91
16%
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definitely not
431
74%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

The term "sport" is usually defined to mean a pastime or recreational activity; some definitions go so far as to specify that a sport must be a physical activity involving skill and exertion.

Do you consider wargaming to fall within the definition of "sport"?