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«I think it’s just a sad day for all sports,» he said. «The only reason I came to the conference is I want to watch women’s athletics. I’m not even a major league baseball fan. I don’t really do sports. So if I see a lot of girls playing golf or tennis, that’s what I do.»
The state’s ban of women’s sports would be a win for Colorado’s golf, basketball and hockey programs, and would mean that only men and boys can run, jump or jump rope, which would increase safety for players and the public.
Spencer believes a ban on high-athleticism women’s athl우리카지노계열etics would also help promote women’s sports at the college level, but that does not make up for the impact it would have on women’s sports at home.
«I think the home-field advantage for a team is very important to our football teams, their overall success, not just basketball,» she said. «Football teams in general, while not the largest in the state, are not the largest in the country. They are the highest in the world.»
But, Spencer said, «there h더킹 카지노ave been so many women’s sports that women’s teams have played in, and they’ve been great in the sports themselves, that I would have to agree that those women’s sports are great.»
Spencer, who was born and raised in Fort Collins, said the ban would change the sport of basketball that has played in the city for 60 years, a sport that in previous years was mostly played in Fort Collins.
«It청주출장안마‘s something that has been done in other places. I don’t think you would have an equal opportunity in every sport,» she said.
Bennie McElwee, a senior from Denver, said that while she does not support the ban, it is important for the women of Colorado to play in the state.
She added, «I feel like when you go home and your family comes and they see this, they’ll really want to go play in one of these states that has these opportunities.»
John H. Smith: 303-954-1523, email@example.com or @joshsmithdp