College athletics afford a case in point.
The big eye was indifferent as to whether the Earthling shows were comedy, tragedy, farce, satire, athletics, or vaudeville.
The proportion of positive tests went down significantly in track and field athletics and in boxing.
His most popular book was about sex and strenuous athletics for men over sixty-five.
However, 95% of them are active in only four sports: athletics, basketball, football and rugby.
We do not view sport and athletics as issues for the EU.
They will be European school champions in athletics, football and basketball, martial arts or swimming.
Women could respond to that dialogue and so promote womens' athletics and their participation in international competition.
My school did nothing whatsoever in the way of athletics.
It will be remembered in the history of Korean athletics.
an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition: skating, horseback riding, gymnastics, skiing, sport, sledding, row, cycling, athletic game, funambulism, team sport, field sport, riding, racing, water sport, rock climbing, equitation, gymnastic exercise, diversion, tightrope walking, blood sport, archery, recreation, judo, spectator sport, rowing, outdoor sport, track and field, aquatics, contact sport
participation in sports events as an extracurricular activity: extracurricular activity
a contest between athletes: tug-of-war, prelim, contest, sports meeting, preliminary, Olympic Games, athletic contest, competition, hop-step-and-jump, athletic competition, decathlon, Olympiad, Special Olympics, meet, triple jump, Olympics, pentathlon