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Peter
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Are you a good loser?

What do you think which is more important in sport - winning or taking part? Are you a good loser? I prefer to watch movies or play computer games. I’m not a sport person. I don’t know much about sport. But I think taking part is more important in sport. In my country soccer is the big crazy sport. I watch Olympic sometimes ;) ;) ;)

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Are you a good loser?

Nobody likes losing. There is no wonder about it. And despite the Olympic principle that taking part is more important that winning, sportsmen are still fighting for the medals. And they would not fight for medals if they were not important. Winning is pleasant anyway. And I am no exception from a general rule. I don't like to lose and it hurts me deeply. But I understand that losing is even more important than winning, because only losing we learn. Only losing we underst6and what was wrong, what mistakes we made and how to avoid them in future

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Are you a good loser?

It largely depends on the game - if its the game against you, ie AI or whatever, there is no point worrying about it. If its multiplayer, then count to 10, breathe, grit your teeth do whatever to keep under control. Outbursts look childish, especially over something as trivial as gaming. There is always going to be someone better than you, just as there is always going to be be people worse than you. Enjoy the victories and learn from the defeats. But don't throw your toys from the pram in doing so.

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Nill
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Are you a good loser?

For me sport is not a game and I don't want to win or to lose. It is just for health. Think it is not worth to torture yourself if you are not professional sportsman. Those whose job is sport, who take part in competitions, those who ear money due to sport, they can lose or win. But if you just want to be in good form, to be healthy and handsome it will be enough just to have a couple of trainings per week.

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Are you a good loser?

I suggest that the first place that somebody can take is not the biggest result that can show that you are the loser, but i personally can take all my lost and there will be no difficulty to me to understand what have i done wrong and to correct everything , I will work hard and then my aims come true.

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Peter
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Are you a good loser?

It really depends on event. If a person is taking a part to have fun, winning shouldn't matter. However, in a competition, winning should be a top priority. Just like in the U. S., it changes by the season. I am not a sports fan, but I watch big event like Olympics. It is fairly easy to get into sports in my country. I did indoor skating for a while and I don't have a favorite player.I think the next Olympic will be held in London and I am not a fan of boxing. I think boxing events are already a part in Olympic. Korean are really busy with their city life, but they tend to find a sport they enjoy. The overweight population is low compare to the U. S.

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John
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Are you a good loser?

As for me I think that it is good at least to take part in some competition. Taking part allows you to feel the atmosphere and the spirit of the game and competition. And if to be true you will never win if you don’t take part in the competition.

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Sharkman
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Are you a good loser?

I partially agree with John but I am afraid to lose if to be true. I usually don’t participate in some competitions because I am afraid to loose and that’s why I experience the felling of the victory very seldom. To tell the truth I am not lucky and I lose more often than win. That’s why I think that victory is more important than participation.

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Peter
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Are you a good loser?

I am sure that nobody likes losing. There is no wonder about it. And despite the Olympic principle that taking part is more important that winning, sportsmen are still fighting for the medals. And they would not fight for medals if they were not important. Winning is pleasant anyway. And I am no exception from a general rule. I don't like to lose and it hurts me deeply. But I understand that losing is even more important than winning, because only losing we learn. Only losing we underst6and what was wrong, what mistakes we made and how to avoid them in future

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Serq12
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Are you a good loser?

More importantly the desire to win, the desire to identify himself with the best hand and undertanding that even if you strong and smart, always find someone stronger.In sports, more important, perhaps, victory. but in life for me is more important than the absence of lesions.No injuries will victories. They are forced to revise the tactics, strategy training to fight. A permanent victory dampen and eventually lead not only to defeat and complete failure.

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Ben29
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Are you a good loser?

Winning is definitely the most essential, and important part of sport competitions, championships, or even local sport events. As for me, only weak people believe that taking part is more important than winning. I think that every person should take part in it with the only one purpose - to win.

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