The Story of Sports

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

There are two things I love, sports and stories. When these two combine efforts, magic starts to fly. There is just something about watching a story unfold that captivates you and leaves you wanting more. Call me Donald Miller, but I love a good story. I think this is the reason why I (and maybe you) are drawn to sports. Lately, the sport that has been telling the best story is hockey. I know, you might be wondering if that is even consider a sport these days? Yes it is, and it tells the best story. The thing I love about sports and stories is little stories that develop with each game that fit into a huge story that makes up the entire season. There is just something about watching the game and connecting with the team that is going after something, trying to get the victory and overcoming obstacles to get there. That is what sports does for me, it tells a story that develops over the year and even into the next year.

What is something that catches your attention and tells a story?

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • Austin Lee

    I think that the best sports stories come from the Olympics. There is just something about hearing stories about people that do their sport for the love of it rather than the money. Those are my favorite sports stories.

    • @kylelreed

      Unless you are Michael Phelps…just kidding.
      Ya, I like the stories in the Olympics as well. I like to hear how they have been preparing for 4 years for that one event…tons of dedication. less then a month away.