I’m not good at watching sports at all.
When I was young, at most I would go golfing.
Golf didn’t become a thing either, but I thought that eventually we would become the gateball generation.
But now I don’t hear about gateball anymore.
I think the country also put effort into it, and there was also a national tournament.
I used to see them in the park near my house on Sundays, but I don’t think I’ve seen them in the last 10 years.
I guess the image of an old man was too strong.
By nature, everyone becomes selfish when they get older, and teamwork is difficult.
Creating a new team is extremely difficult.
I think the rules of the game were surprisingly complex.
Rooms that say it’s better to get in the opponent’s way than to get ahead quickly also tend to earn the loser’s resentment and leave a lasting impression.
In fact, I remember that there were many cases where fights broke out after that and it was all over the news.
Contrary to the increasing number of elderly people, they are no longer listening.
After all, sports and fashionable things come from young people.
As these young people continue to practice even when they grow old, it permeates society beyond their ages.
I think there will eventually come a time when elderly people in nursing homes will be playing games 24 hours a day.
I will continue to watch movies on streaming.
I just have to continue with my rehabilitation.
Well, today we are going to watch a boccia competition.
It was born in Europe and is also a Paralympic sport.
It has spread all over the country, but I think it will only become more well-known.
It seems to be widespread in elementary schools across the country.
I don’t know if I can do it, but I’ll start by watching and supporting the competition.
I am wondering if it would be possible to support local teams at Koyama Group facilities across the country.
It remains to be seen whether or not it will be possible to form a boccia team at Koyama G.
Is there anyone who is interested in Boccia?
I? I aspire to be a commissioner.
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