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I am a A2 Level student and I am currently writing an EPQ for university. I was wondering what everyone thought of every day competition and in a sporting environment. Consider your age in terms of your generation, for example: if you have been brought up with competition as a factor. Alongside your initial reaction to competition for example, if you find it encouraging or discouraging.
A sport is defined as "an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment." And if you know anything about modern to going then you should know that once good enough you can get sponsored by a team and go to competitions to represent your team. But does that make it a sport?
I'm sort of afraid to ask this one. Being in marching band myself, I see firsthand the multiple physical things we do that should make marching band a sport, but others disagree. Let's see what you guys (and girls) think.