Thursday, April 11, 2013

Sport is the American Culture

If you have not yet played the sport, and if you're an American, you have heard the famous phrase, "It is not only the team," 

Which was originally the famous Michael Jordan. C is an excellent example of how important it is for Americans to participate in sports teams. sport generates friendship, a feeling of having competition, but also teaches the hard work and dedication. It's also important that this term would be hypocritical in the sense that American fans always love the hero, to do sports, or just the idea of sports superstar himself.
It was Jackie Robinson, Tiger Woods, Archie Moore, Michael Jordan, Andre Agassi, Wayne Gretzky, and many others found their way into middle America. If these things, competition, win, work and live in the luxury not to mention the American culture. Americans live for their favorite team, it does not seem to work for a basketball game or fly 500 miles to see them play on a hockey team in the Stanley Cup finals. Relationships are based on the work of sport, personality and drive and passion to create, is a big part of American culture and sport.

Hockey is the best representation of the sport of American culture. Despite the fact that when many people think about hockey, turn off your head just north of our neighboring countries of Canada, the sport quickly became part of the culture of America. There is evidence that, for many years, hockey has become very Americanized, and it is more emblematic sport of the United States than any other sport today.

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