Female Sports Fan "go Team"

I have always loved watching sports on tv. When i was a teen I learned how the game of football is played by watching it on tv. the first team I watched was the new england patriots. it was so exciting, i ams still a fan of theirs. Every Saturday I watched the wild world of sports show. i learned about international sports this way. then when i saw my first Olympics, I fell in love with it. My goal is to go to an Olympics-either winter or summer. As i grew up I really became a seattle seahawks fan, watching the game every Sunday. Since i was a single mother, I joked that I was being dad sitting on the couch, drinking a beer and watching football. All the neighbors thought this was really enjoyed this.  After getting totally bummed out when the Seahawks lost, i decided to give up being so attached to a team. So now I just root for whoever i like at the time.  For a few years, I chose not to have a tv. this was tough during the olympics though, so i tried to watch it over the computer through various outlets, but it never worked very well. I also went out to watch the superbowl too, since i couldn't see it at home. I now have tv and was enjoying the world Series (it was awesome!!!) but bummed out when they were going to get a contestent to be on a program called the Mancave. ha!   why can't it be a woman!!!  Any other women out there that likes and watches sports?  i love Universal sports and bummed that I won't be able to watch it once they go to Dish network or direct tv. Oh, well really enjoy ESPN, VS, soccer games on the spanish channel, etc.  Give me that remote!!!

aquaseas aquaseas
51-55, F
1 Response Nov 23, 2011

I've been to a Summer and a Winter Olympics. It is worth doing, but is largely a disappointment. Everyone doubles or triples the prices for everything. Even in very large cities, there are no hotel room anywhere near any venue; those that are were booked years before by the various sports federations, national federations, and media.