Sports Bucket List
Do a half triathlon
You still have to swim, then bike, then run, but you just do half of each of them. It doesn’t sound much easier though – you still have to cycle 56 miles, swim 1.2 miles and run 13 miles. If you can finish that in less than a week, we salute you.
Run a marathon in all 50 states of the US
A great way to see the parts of each state that you wouldn’t normally visit, running through all fifty states will take you across 1,300 miles of the US. This will probably take a few years to complete, but once you get started you’ll want to get to that magic number.
Learn to Ice skate backward
We recommend mastering ice skating forwards first, but once you’re comfortable on the ice, going backwards actually isn’t that hard and you can skate along as normal.
Make a hole-in-one in golf
From tee-off to the hole, being able to belt a golf-ball Happy Gilmore-style hundreds of yards across the green is a feat in itself, let alone aiming it. Maybe give this one a practice at mini-golf before taking on the regular-sized course.
Attend an MLB game
Major League Baseball is the premier baseball competition in the US and Canada, and the oldest of the four major professional sports leagues in the US. Think of the music, the hot dogs, the beer… the sport as well, if you’re into that. If you’ve ever wanted to go to a baseball game, this is the place to be.
Coach a children's sports team
Bowl a perfect 300 game in bowling
Otherwise known as the perfect game, you have to bowl a strike every single time. In order to be recognized you have to bowl it during a tournament or league – but even doing it on your own is an amazing achievement. Just be sure to take a picture of the scoreboard so that people actually believe you.
Compete in a Dogsled Race
Six gorgeous huskies dragging you across the snowy slopes is quite the experience. Sled dog races occur mostly in the Arctic regions of the US, Canada, Russia, and Greenland, so it’s something you may have to travel for. Beautiful way to see the countryside, though.
Score 180 on a dart board
Become a black belt in karate
Compete in the Olympics
Complete an Ultramarathon
Go to a boxing match
Try lawn bowls
Play beach volleyball
Go to the Super Bowl
Become a professional triathlete
Complete a 5K run race
Complete a 10K run race
Catch a foul ball
Learn Ten Pin Bowling with a coach
Ski a Black Diamond slope without falling over
Try downhill mountain biking
Go to a rugby world cup match
Learn to play pool
Do a half marathon
Be in an amateur bodybuilding competition
Become an Ironman/ironwoman
Dunk a basketball
Bowl 3 strikes in a row in bowling
Attend a baseball game at Yankee Stadium
Learn to play table tennis
Play Disc Golf
Go cross-country skiing
Compete in an archery tournament
Compete in a triathlon
Go to a Manchester United game
Go to a Yankees Game
Complete an Olympic distance triathlon
Play laser tag
Complete Ironman Kona
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