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Sporting Dates
(for Ages 19-21)

Go to the gym on a date and work out, jog around the track, exercise, lift weights, swim, etc. Get together afterwards to make fruit smoothies.

Go to local caves and explore them with someone familiar with their layout. Or better yet, take a guided tour.

Go clay pigeon shooting, where every pigeon represents an activity (i.e. dinner, movie, ice cream, etc.). If your date hits the pigeon, then you will plan the activity.

Spend the afternoon racing go-carts at the local amusement center.

Go fishing while floating in inner tubes. Even if you don't catch anything, you can still have fun..

Play four-on-four basketball. Each team is made up of four couples linked at the hip (interlocking belts). Regular basketball rules apply.

Play a game of three-legged soccer. Couples can only kick the ball with the legs which have been tied together. Use cones to designate goals. If you decide to play with a goalie couple, the guy goalie must be blindfolded (in addition to having legs tied together as a couple).

Make fishing flies together. As a second date, go fishing with the lures you created.

Use roller skates or blades and visit the nearest school campus or hill. Wear proper protective gear.

Watch a race (NASCAR, drag, formula one, motorcycle, etc.). Find schedules at a local speedway, fairgrounds, or newspaper.

Spend the afternoon at the batting cages. Then go miniature golfing.

Take hang gliding lessons.

Play volleyball with no out of bounds, with unlimited hits, and carrying is OK (but no running with the ball), etc.

Spend an afternoon browsing in a sports store (test out the equipment in the aisles).

Go rappelling. Whether you're a pro or a novice, rappelling is done at your own speed. It is important to go with a qualified guide, because he/she will be sure you are safe at all times. Remember to take sunscreen, appropriate clothes for hiking, and perhaps a lunch.

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