WITH ALL OTHER FACTORS BEING EQUAL, a good big man will almost always beat a good small man. That holds true in just about every sport there is.
Gotta disagree. Unless we are talking about basketball, where there are obvious advantages to being taller, it is not usually size that gives the bigger man an advantage in sports. It is strength. And, it is very possible for the smaller man to be the stronger man. One example of a sport where being smaller (and stronger) is an advantage is judo (or any form of grappling), thanks to a lower center of gravity. In bowling, it's a mix. The larger man has a possible advantage with a higher backswing and faster ball speed. The smaller man has a possible advantage with creating leverage getting under the ball, creating more revolutions. As with any athletic endeavor, the defining characteristics of champions are their unique combination of strength, speed, agility, etc., not necessarily size. In the ultimate sport, which is war, survival favors the smaller target.
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