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All luxury things are expensive and are tied to the nobility who is rich, wealthy and powerful. And all wealthy men, eligible bachelors and millionaires are keen on these expensive life styles to highlight their status and dignity. Besides equestrian, skiing, sailing, golf, mountaineering and scuba diving, they enjoy the expensive, special and niche sports at weekends.

Enjoy these 10 rich-person sports, it's easy for you can meet rich men.

  • #1 Golf
  • Golf originated in Scotland in fifteenth Century, and etiquette is one of its characteristics different from other sports. Due to the elegance of movement and behavior, Golf is often called "gentleman's sport"; also because of the expansive clubs, venues and other related costs, Golf is also called "aristocratic movement". More and more elites & rich men want to expand their social circle with other excellent celebrities. When you are interested in golf, you take your chances to get closer to the real wealthy men.

  • #2 Polo
  • Polo is the palace-level aristocratic movements, its “expensive” is not only the cost of the sports themselves, but the movements originated from the aristocrats and were regarded as important sports for cultivating traditional etiquette and exercising leadership. The British Crown Prince Charles once said that "polo is the biggest luxury of my life". Polo has been branded as a royal aristocrat and king movement. It is best to describe polo with elegant, noble, brilliant and passionate words. In Europe and America, you can meet Hollywood superstars, popular politicians, rich giants, It is also possible to compete with the royal family members. At the same time, the polo match is a social event for socialites.

  • #3 Mountaineering
  • Fridtjof Nathan, a famous polar explorer, said: "the salvation of the human soul does not come from the noisy center of civilization, but from the loneliness.” Mountaineering is a new and popular relation. After fully equipped for the climbing including professional skills, complicated and expensive tend, backpack, GPS, GORE-TEX, etc, it’s time to climb. It’s the best way to do some exercises, breath the freshest air, enjoy the comfortable sunshine and contact different people. While climbing, you can go on conversations with the single rich man about his interests, some personal information, and express yourself to him.

  • #4 Equestrian
  • As a stylish and elegant sport, equestrian has been called the "noble sport". Horse breeding, expensive harness and high training fees limit that the ordinary people can’t enjoy this burning sport. Modern equestrian originated in the British in the 16th century and was popular among the royal and aristocratic classes of the European continent at the time. Since only the royal family and nobles can participate, equestrianism has its own aura from the beginning. Not only are the people who are engaged in this sport noble, but the price and breeding costs of horses are also high. In a British horse race auction in 2006, a high-quality 8-year-old horse set a world record for nearly $9 million.Generally speaking, people who earn less than $200 thousand a year are lee likely to enjoy the equestrianism.

  • #7 Tennis
  • Tennis is a beautiful and intense sport: the origin and development of tennis can be summed up in four sentences: Born in the UK, popularization and climax in the United States, now prevailing in the world, known as the world Two major ball games. Tennis as a traditional competitive royalty sport, the game is very focused on the etiquette of the two sides of the game, whether it is the ball, clothing, judgment, skills, have more emphasis, the early evaluation of a player's pros and cons even including him The batting posture, body shape, manners, etc. All requirements except "sports competition" are higher than other sports.

  • #6 Sailing
  • Sailing embodies the spirit of self challenge and conquest of nature, the idealistic feelings of expressing passion and expressing themselves. Rich men and millionaire are keen on sailing for their psychological satisfaction. In the US, rich and powerful people can buy a NBA team, but he can't rush into the game and become a slam dunk player. But for sailing, after professional training, you can do as a seaman holding the rudder and setting sail in the ocean.

  • #7 Skiing
  • In some places, no matter how noisy, celebrities who are afraid of trouble will go because it is unique. This is what the ski resort looks like – the snow in the United States is very hard, the snow in Europe is slippery, and the snow in Switzerland is the best all over world, because the snow here is not only soft and slippery, it has the best slopes and the world ski champions that are often visible. When winter comes, celebrities and rich people will go to the four seasons natural ski resort in the country of the elderly. Perhaps their greeting will be: "Have you skied in Switzerland this year?"

  • #8 Scuba Diving
  • Most people understand what is implied by the term Scuba Diving but I wonder how many actually realize that Scuba actually comes from Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Includes information on dive training, operators, boat charter, diving holidays, dive gear, spear fishing and free diving. When easily flapping fins, freely suspended in the water, it’s the most romantic, comfortable and happiest thing in the world with different strange and mysterious deep sea creature around you.

  • #9 Fencing
  • Fencing originated in medieval Europe. In the 14th century, there was a dazzling knight class in Spain, France and Italy, they won a wide reputation with exquisite swordsmanship. Since then, the aristocrats of various countries have followed suit, and at one time they have become the fashion of the upper class. But the aristocrats will fight each other with swords and swords, life and death depend on one sword. From 1588 to 1601, Duels was fought with sword was a disaster in France. In 20 years, there were 8,000 nobles and gentlemen in Paris who died in a duel. A word and a blow, you will win the battle with a duel. “We go to the suburbs” has become the most familiar language of challenge. The huge casualties in the upper class gave the royal family and the aristocracy a sense of vigilance and fear. The prime minister of Louis XIII’s named Richelieu, he issued a ban on the duel. In order to satisfy people's dueling hobbies without hurting people, so the lingt quadrangular sword was designed. Around 1643, King Louis XIV of France made a unified regulation of the French fencing costumes and utensils at that time, and sealed the six oldest swordsmen in Paris as hereditary nobles, thus opening the first river of French swordsmanship and fencing as a precedent, a sport competition project has taken shape. By the late 19th century, fencing became a competitive sport!

  • #10 Skydiving
  • Skydiving has been hailed as "the movement of the brave" by its own thrills and challenges. The celebrity and rich people’s love for skydiving is self-evident, former US President George Herbert Walker Bush has parachuted to celebrate his birthday at the age of 75, 80, 85 and 90. On May 8, 2013, 56-year-old Google senior vice president Alan Eustace jumped out of a 18,000-foot plane above the desert in Coolidge, Arizona. This shows that the rich people like the exciting skydiving, which is related to the character they like to challenge, and are you ready to accept the challenge?

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