In a four-week vote organized by USA Today, readers were asked which sporting event could they attend that would top their bucket list. The results are not surprising. The Indianapolis 500 was ranked at the number one spot. The famous speed race which always takes place on Memorial Day weekend is a fan favorite and a true welcome to summer. With only 300,000 participants each year, tickets are hard to come by and apparently very welcome for any sports fan in your life.
The always patriotic Olympics came
second on the list. The Masters holds the reputation as being the hardest ticket
in the world to come by and it only made third on the list. Fourth on the list
was the most watched television broadcast in the nation; The Super Bowl. The
Kentucky Derby landed number five on the list. Even current events couldn’t sway
this group of voters as the current FIFA World Cup was ranked at number six.
College Football is always popular and tickets to attend the BCS Championship
were ranked number seven on readers bucket list. America’s pastime may have been
replaced by the need for speed as tickets to the World Series ranked number
eight. Number nine would make our Canadian neighbors proud with tickets to
witness the Stanley Cup Finals and lastly on our list is the madness that is
March Madness with tickets to witness the Final Four game coming in at number