- n. Plural form of athlete.
“There's a phrase athletes use - 'in the zone' - and you can't make it happen, you can't force it.”
“It was nice to meet athletes from the all the other sports, find out when they compete and tell them you will be cheering them on either in person or by television.”
“A few posts ago I wrote about the head injuries in athletes and the concerns for children who play contact sports.”
“They are under intense pressure to win, yet anything done to help the athletes is seen as an outrageous breach of the amateur code.”
“Even assuming that nonpayment of athletes is an accreditation requirement, I see no reason to believe that a bunch of schools would leave the NCAA and form their own league with paid players if the accreditation rules were suddenly relaxed tomorrow.”
“Preventing any sort of compensation for student athletes is an anticompetitive measure and I look at it skeptically for that reason, as well as the gross unfairness (from my perspective).”
“Coaches want certain athletes to play certain positions.”
“The common trait among Olympic athletes is that they are dedicated and disciplined.”
“HANNON: Several top athletes from the U.K. and Australia pulled out of the event.”
“Screening Blood Tests – by performing screening blood levels in athletes that are riding well, it becomes much more informative when a comparison can be made to levels drawn when fatigue is the presenting complaint in the clinic – these may include:”
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