Top 10 Most Artistic Sports
Figure skating is a perfect balance between art and athleticism. In order to perfect their performance, a skater will spend hours on the ice, early in the morning before school and until late at night. He or she will perfect their techniques off of the ice to give a crowd-dazzling performance. What's incredible about this sport is the amount of stamina, balance, and flexibility required. Try running a mile with a smile o your face the entire time, and you'll see what I mean.
I started to get interested in Figure skating from Yuna Kim. As she said, "Half sport, half art."
Dancers spend a lot of their time working on dance to perfect their performance. When the compete, they are scored on pure artistry.
This is a very fun sport to watch. Not only does it take serious skill, but also a love for performing. You have to enjoy being a show off (for the most part) to be any good at rhythmic gymnastics.
Best sport ever, and most beautiful one. suits women so much and show them in such a graceful and impressive way
I like all gymnastics
Synchronized swimming is almost entirely an art form, with a few items that are judged to determine a score. It's interesting to watch. Synchro swimming takes coordination as well as timing.
I love swimming
Gymnastics takes an extreme amount of training in order to develop the skills needed to flip and twist. Though it is not as artistic as some of the other sports on this list, it definitely does deserve credit as gymnasts are performers.
Ice dancing is almost completely judged on artistry. It's truly a performance, though it does have rules that give it the edge that makes it a sport. It's gorgeous to watch, and it takes artistic skill to put on a show with a partner.
Very beautiful, complex, and rhythmic. Having to hold your self up, contort your body, and keep on time with the music without being choppy. Really brings out the art and emotion.
This sport takes precision, timing, and a natural ability to put on a show. After all, it's got "artistic" in the name.
Diving takes bravery and skill. It takes precision and determination. And it takes practice. Me must develop proper techniques. All in all, it's a fun sport to watch.
In a way, archery is its own form of art. Every archer has different preferences. They all develop their own ways of hitting their target. The amount of focus you see in an archer as they draw back their bow or set their crossbow really shows the artistic side of the sport. The precision needed in archery is what put this sport on the list!
Contortion is mostly just for show. Contortionists bend with extreme flexibility and do tricks similar to gymnastics. Many freak shows and circuses have them.
I love it so much
I riley like it
I would definitely count skateboarding as both an art form as well as a sport. Every skater has their own unique style and interpretation of the sport, and no two are alike. Every new trick or combination is conceived with nothing but sheer creativity, and the sport encourages an endless amount of imagination and progression in coming up with new ideas for tricks all the time. I would say that skateboarding is one of the only athletic activities that encourages more individuality and less uniformity.
At least this is a real sport, and a great one.
The timing, work, and practice required to make a synchro team efficient and close to perfect is unbelievable. Certain things are worth a certain amount of points. Choreography and timing with music make this sport rather artistic.
A very rare sport called sock skating is when skaters put on very soft socks on a slick gymnasium floor. They skate around like figure skaters, twirling and spinning.