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  • Showchoir falls under the category of a sport u wouldn't know it was a sport unless u were in it. .

    Showchoir is a sport because we run, We compete, We work out, We spend endless upon endless upon endless hours working on our shows. Spend many hours days/months and a year on getting better our completions last 23 hours a day. . . We get up at 2 in the morning and come back at 1 in the morning the next day. . . And we are standing and competing the whole day. . I sure know that football doesn't spend 23 hours on their games. So if u still don't think showchoir is a sport ur crazy. . 23 hours of competition, Endless hours of practice and performing. . Against other people. . Sweating and running it's a sport guys

  • Show Choir is absolutely a sport

    Show Choir is a sport because you go to competitions and compete against other show choirs. Some show choirs even do camps over summer where they learn these dance moves in order to get the show where it needs to be. Now of course on the opposing side they would say no, you are just singing. Actually in show choir you might actually run across the stage.

  • Show choir is most definitely a sport!!!

    When one goes onto www.google.com and searches the definition of “sport” they get this definition:
    “1.
    An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.”
    And correct me if I’m wrong but show choir is:
    -an activity involving physical exertion(dancing and singing for hours and hours for many weeks/months.)

    -skill (those who are a pat of show choir have to first of all, learn the dances and singing, how to do both without losing their breath, learn how to act and perform with enough correct emotions to display to the audiences, and finally, learn how to dance and sing the same way at the same exact times as every single person on the stage.)

    -a team competes against others (I have personally had to wake up at midnight, perform at 7am, and then perform again for finals at midnight and not get back until a while later. Competitions can be very tough when not performing because you also can watch other groups and critique them yourself and study what they do right and wrong and figure out how you can apply those criticisms to your own set in order for constant improvement.)

    -for entertainment (People in show choir have to learn when to do the correct facial expressions at the right time or put strength and power into the dance moves in order to entertain the audience and have enough characteristics through dancing and singing.)

    For many other sports, a team just has to score the most points by throwing a ball or running the fastest but for show choir, in order to win at a competition, you have to get the most points from the judges who give scores based on their knowledge and opinions, so one judge may take off 1 point while another can take off 20 for the same show. Performers have to learn how to be the best and even better in order to make sure that in a competition, they have a better chance at scoring higher in all of the categories.

    So yes, show choir is most definitely a sport.

  • Show choir is most definitely a sport!!!

    When one goes onto www.google.com and searches the definition of “sport” they get this definition:
    “1.
    An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.”
    And correct me if I’m wrong but show choir is:
    -an activity involving physical exertion(dancing and singing for hours and hours for many weeks/months.)

    -skill (those who are a pat of show choir have to first of all, learn the dances and singing, how to do both without losing their breath, learn how to act and perform with enough correct emotions to display to the audiences, and finally, learn how to dance and sing the same way at the same exact times as every single person on the stage.)

    -a team competes against others (I have personally had to wake up at midnight, perform at 7am, and then perform again for finals at midnight and not get back until a while later. Competitions can be very tough when not performing because you also can watch other groups and critique them yourself and study what they do right and wrong and figure out how you can apply those criticisms to your own set in order for constant improvement.)

    -for entertainment (People in show choir have to learn when to do the correct facial expressions at the right time or put strength and power into the dance moves in order to entertain the audience and have enough characteristics through dancing and singing.)

    For many other sports, a team just has to score the most points by throwing a ball or running the fastest but for show choir, in order to win at a competition, you have to get the most points from the judges who give scores based on their knowledge and opinions, so one judge may take off 1 point while another can take off 20 for the same show. Performers have to learn how to be the best and even better in order to make sure that in a competition, they have a better chance at scoring higher in all of the categories.

    So yes, show choir is most definitely a sport.

  • Show choir is a sport

    Show choir is most definitely a sport. If golf is considered a sport show choir should be too. All you do when you golf is stand in one spot ans hit a ball. When your in show choir your on stage for 30 minuets singing and dancing you butt off

  • It fits all of the requirements of a sport

    According to Oxford dictionary, the definition of a sport is "An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment." Show Choir itself fits everything in this definition. Show choir in the most simple form is a group of selected students (usually around 50 members) that compete against other teams in a competition that requires a LOT of physical activity. The members are on stage for about 20 minutes of singing and dancing. There are multiple practices each week that last about 3 hours and sometimes up to 9 hours straight on Saturdays.

  • It's not a sport!!!

    Who in the world say I play show choir? NO ONE cause it's not a freaking sport. It's a performing art. Dancing and singing is not a sport, it's a hobby. So all of you are wrong and don't listen to them. Maybe this will change your mind. Thank you

  • Not a Sport

    A sport is an athletic event that a winning team can be decided upon without a judges score. Football, soccer, baseball, hockey, and golf can all be considered sports from this definition. Although show choir requires skill, is competitive, and involves competition, a winner is not determined in the process of the performance, but by an outside judgment.

    P.S. For the record, I don't consider skiing, snowboarding, figure skating, or any other physically demanding activity that is scored by judges a sport either.

  • Not a Sport

    A sport is an athletic event that a winning team can be decided upon without a judges score. Football, soccer, baseball, hockey, and golf can all be considered sports from this definition. Although show choir requires skill, is competitive, and involves competition, a winner is not determined in the process of the performance, but by an outside judgment.

    P.S. For the record, I don't consider skiing, snowboarding, figure skating, or any other physically demanding activity that is scored by judges a sport either.


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