Time for a debate... In this day and age, people are striving for men and women to be considered equal, even if we're not (because no one is completely equal). Sports specifically remains one of the last areas in which segregation is still acceptable. The long standing notion is that men are built to be stronger physically, while women rely on more finesse and smarts. One can argue this til the cows come home, some women are capable of meeting the strength abilities of a man, and some men can rely on finesse, but not everyone is capable of accomplishing that. Anyways, this isn't really meant to be discussion on who is better or more capable at sports. I was curious to know what sports could easily allow both men and women to compete together/against each other. Apparently, archery, badminton, and tennis doubles already allow for this, but surely there's more. My first thoughts came to Golf and Tennis Singles. In golf, a golfer doesn't really need to be able to drive 300 yards to achieve success in golf, so I can't see why men and women can't compete together in the Masters and whatnot. As for tennis, I feel like Serena Williams in her prime could take on any of the male competitors in a tennis match and hold her own, and I'm sure she's not the only one. I also feel that soccer is a sport that could easily allow for both men and women to play together, as long as the athletes and fans could accept that (unlikely at this point). Then there's bowling, cycling, marathon running, swimming, etc. What do you guys/girls think?