Pictures .. Interesting facts about Biden's relationship with sports before his arrival to the presidency of America


Joe Biden set a record for being the eldest to be elected president of the United States of America, which makes the finally elected president, the 46th in the history of American presidents, relatively far from being associated with the field of sports, and focusing on other matters, especially since he is 78 years old.

And American media revealed the sporting side of Biden's long and long career, and he started before his involvement in the political field, as the "Paula VIP" newspaper reported that when Biden reached the middle school, he joined the American football team in the Academy of Arashmir, and he was playing in Center back.

She added, citing the memoirs of the US President, that: "As much as I lack confidence in my ability to communicate verbally, I have always trusted my athletic ability. Sport was natural to me, unlike speech, it was my ticket to harmony with society and more."

He continued: "It was difficult to feel dread during the matches, unlike how I felt while communicating with people, when I stuttered I used to say (Give me the ball)."

The newspaper pointed out that Biden was one of the best pass-takers in the Academy team of Arashmir, and according to his teammates, Biden, a former professor at the University of Pennsylvania, was very fast during the game.

In addition to being a former player, Biden also loves to follow sports competitions, and has contributed to several initiatives, including the US file to host the 2022 World Cup, and the campaign to equalize wages for US national footballers with the men’s national team.

On the other hand, Joe Biden is keen to follow several sports, and has been seen in various baseball, American football and soccer stadiums, while he supports the Philadelphia Eagles in American football, the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees in baseball.

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