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Noun (plural)
/aTHˈletiks/,
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Physical sports and games of any kind,
  1. Physical sports and games of any kind

  2. The sport of competing in track and field events, including running races and various competitions in jumping and throwing
    • - athletics championships

  1. sport: an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
  2. athletic contest: a contest between athletes
  3. participation in sports events as an extracurricular activity
  4. (athlete) a person trained to compete in sports
  5. (athletic) relating to or befitting athletics or athletes; "athletic facilities"
  6. (athleticism) intense energy; "his music is characterized by a happy athleticism"
  7. The Elder Scrolls (abbreviated as TES) is a role-playing video game series developed by Bethesda Softworks.
  8. Athletics is a collection of sporting events that involve competitive running, jumping, throwing, and walking. The most common types of athletics competitions are track and field, road running, cross country running, and race walking. ...
  9. Athletic sports, also known as athletic competitions or athletics (AmEng), are sports which are primarily based on human, competition, demanding the qualities of stamina, fitness and skill. ...
  10. The Oakland Athletics are a Major League Baseball team based in Oakland, California. The Athletics are a member of the Western Division of Major League Baseball's American League. From to the present, the Athletics have played in the Oakland Coliseum.
  11. Track and field (also known as track and field sports and track and field athletics) is a sport comprising various competitive athletic contests based around the activities of running, jumping and throwing. ...
  12. (Athlete (band)) Athlete are an Ivor Novello Award winning English indie rock band formed in Deptford, London, comprising Joel Pott (lead vocals and guitar), Carey Willetts (bass and backing vocals), Stephen Roberts (drums and backing vocals) and Tim Wanstall (keyboards and backing vocals). ...
  13. (athletic) having to do with athletes; physically active; having a muscular, well developed body, being in shape; An attribute of a motion or play which requires fine physical ability
  14. (ATHLETE) A key identity & past time for Kevin. Photos and stories of speed, glory and disaster.
  15. (Athlete) (n) : one who is skilled in bodily exercises
  16. (Athlete) To dream you are an athlete suggests that you have pushed yourself to the limits. You have achieved something that you thought you could not do.
  17. (Athletes) Approximately 4,000 athletes from around the world get together at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing. Competing in 20 different disciplines, these top athletes compete for gold, silver and bronze medals.
  18. (Athletes) Son of Aegyptus 1. See DANAIDS.
  19. (Athletic) His main claim to fame is as one of the most, if not the most aerially-gifted big men in the business! Give him a turnbuckle and he'll leap, a running start and he'll dropkick- and there's nothing he likes more then interrupting his own matches with a cartwheel out of nowhere!
  20. (Athletic) bag a soft, roomy bag used to carry sporting equipment and apparel to the gym.
  21. (Athleticism) The focus of all ATC training is the creation of athleticism through proper movement, bio-mechanics, and effective programming that achieves results. If we increase your Strength, Power, Endurance, Flexibility, Coordination, Stamina, and Speed, how can you not “look” fit?
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  23. In Britain, this refers specifically to “track and field” type events, like cross country running. In the US, it’s a much more general term that applies to sports in general, like “college athletics”.
  24. 100 m, 800 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10 000 m, 4x100 relay, high jump, long jump, triple jump, discus, shotput, javelin, marathon and pentathlon comprise the athletic events. ...
  25. Colleges and universities belong to leagues that have their own rules, regulations, and eligibility requirements.