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  • She later became a top all-around athlete while in high school.
  • He has been one of the highest-paid athletes in the world for several years.
  • Before these Games, the athletes would hold their arms forward over their heads.
  • Each athlete has a set amount of time in which to make an attempt.
  • As a young athlete, he had won all-star awards in five sports.
  • Each athlete can choose what height they would like to enter the competition.
  • In wave start events, smaller groups of athletes begin the race every few minutes.
  • Her performance made her one of the most popular athletes in the United States.
  • Each athlete only has one run to clock the best time.
  • While there he was a two sport athlete in both football and track and field.
  • He was their great all-around athlete; good in football, baseball and track. Cited from Football Days, by William H. Edwards
  • Physical education was very intense and many of the boys ended up becoming true athletes.
  • Both drew the top high school teams and athletes from around the United States.
  • She was also the first female athlete ever to receive that honor.
  • That, he said, would end any argument over who was the greater athlete.
  • He was a two-time All-state football player, and a three sport athlete.
  • He remains the only athlete to have won it three times in a row.
  • Despite the event, officials and athletes agreed that the games should continue as planned.
  • There is a general rule that maximum three individual athletes may represent each nation per competition.
  • He was noted for his speed and strength, and became a star athlete in football and track.
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Words starting with athlete

Meaning of athlete

  • noun A person trained to compete in sports