athlete (noun) · athletes (plural noun)
1. English Language Learners Definition of Athlete : a person who is trained in or good at sports, games, or exercises that require physical skill and strength See the full definition for Athlete in the English Language Learners Dictionary
2. A person trained to compete in sports or exercises involving physical strength, speed, or endurance a person who has a natural aptitude for physical activities mainly British a competitor in track and field events Word Origin for Athlete
3. One possessing the requisite strength, agility, and endurance for success in sports: a natural Athlete.
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5. Paydays for the world’s top-earning Athletes dropped for the first time in four years, according to the 2020 Forbes ranking as the coronavirus wreaked havoc on sports and canceled or postponed
6. Athlete Headquarters is a proud partner of the RS Cleveland-Detroit United States Marine Corps
7. This quick access to results increases Athlete motivation
8. As a coach, the site enables me to share the tradition we have built at Jesuit in XC & Track with all current, future & past Athletes
9. Having access to school records and personal records motivates our Athletes and keeps our Alumni connected.
10. A person who is very good at sports or physical exercise, especially one who competes in organized events: He became a professional Athlete at the age of 16
11. She has the build of an Athlete.
12. Athlete A (2020) - IMDb Directed by Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk
13. Athlete were an 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).
14. Athlete Training and Health's mission is to use best practices of health and performance to provide a world-class training environment for active adults and Athletes of all ages and abilities
15. Our multi-field, state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with advanced pro-style weight rooms and dedicated areas for adult and youth Athletes
16. Synonyms for Athlete in Free Thesaurus
17. 11 synonyms for Athlete: sportsperson, player, runner, competitor, contender, sportsman, contestant
18. An Athlete is a person who does a sport, especially athletics, or track and field events
19. Many top Athletes find it hard, if not impossible to find real life again after retiring
20. Countable noun You can refer to someone who is fit and athletic as an Athlete.
21. Athlete block 1 fundamentals of movement with speed and agility
22. Athlete block 2 fundamentals of lifting & speed agility
23. State in 2021 to Sign Trans Athlete Ban
24. College Athletes Demand NCAA Pull Events From States With Anti-Trans Sports Laws
25. 500+ Student Athletes to NCAA Leadership: Speak Out for Trans Athletes
26. Athlete Ally Applauds Biden EO on Student Discrimination Protections.
27. Ath‧lete /ˈæθliːt/ ●●○ noun [ countable] 1 someone who competes in sports competitions, especially running, jumping, and throwing a professional Athlete 2 someone who is good at sports and who often does sports I was a natural Athlete as a kid.
28. Athlete365 supports Athletes on and off the field of play through relevant advice, services and tools
29. We encourage Athletes to lead conversations and work across sport to deliver an Athlete-led approach
30. Our activity is focused on key areas that address an Athlete’s needs no …
31. AthleteTrax has developed a sports facility management software, making daily tasks easier at your ice rink, multi sport facility or recreational league
32. Whether you need easy facility scheduling, a point of sale system, online program registration, you can do it all with AthleteTrax.
33. RegisterMyAthlete is designed to streamline the process of student/Athlete registration for students, parents, coaches and school administrators
34. From signing documents online to creating team rosters and tracking eligibility, RegisterMyAthlete provides a one-stop solution.
35. ‘An Athlete testing positive at a major event can continue to compete until a B-sample confirms the finding.’ ‘The heats of the 400m hurdles should not trouble an Athlete of his calibre.’ ‘The track season is now in full swing and already Sligo Athletes are shaping up very well.’
36. Whether you're an Athlete, fan, or sport representative, you can find all information related to Athletes in the Paralympic Movement here
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39. Of or befitting athletics or Athletes
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41. An Athlete is someone who trains for and competes in sporting events, as a professional or just for fun, like an Athlete who bowls on a team, runs in local 5K races, or wins a gold medal at the Olympics.
42. Learner's definition of Athlete [count]: a person who is trained in or good at sports, games, or exercises that require physical skill and strength
43. Athletes from around the world will be competing at the Olympics
44. She was quite an Athlete as a child.
45. MARQ® Athlete is a modern tool watch with smart features including VO2 max scales on the bezel, integrated maps for the best routes, biometrics & much more.
46. Athlete’s foot, or tinea pedis, is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet
47. The Athlete Ombuds will offer neutral, independent advice to any Athlete, and Athletes should always seek legal counsel if they want specific legal advice or individual representation.
48. Athlete A is a well-crafted glimpse into the sexism and abuse that women have faced in gymnastics
49. Athlete perceptions of ASRM at baseline varied greatly, with Athletes rating an ASRM as essential to not at all essential to them, and that they were very likely to very unlikely to use an ASRM
50. Impact of sport context and support on the use of a self-report measure for Athlete monitoring
51. What is Athlete's foot? Athlete's foot is a foot infection caused by a fungus
52. What increases my risk for Athlete's foot? Athlete's foot is spread when an infected person shares towels or walks barefoot in shower stalls or public locker rooms
53. Your risk of Athlete's foot is greater if you do not wash your feet or do not change your socks every day.
54. The Morning Call sports staff each week nominates three male and three female senior Athletes from Lehigh Valley area schools based on their performances the prior week.
55. Athlete Sports medicine A person who participates in an interscholastic, intercollegiate, or intramural athletic activity being conducted by an educational institution, or a professional athletic activity.
56. “Athlete A” is a testament to their perseverance, and to the courage of all those who stood up in court to face the man who had violated their humanity
It seems axiomatic that a true athlete, one who shows a love of a chosen sport, along with the necessary skill and ability to perform, is much more than simply a strategic player or muscled body.
n. 1. One who participates in physical exercise or sports, especially in competitive events. 2. One possessing the requisite strength, agility, and endurance for success in sports: a natural athlete. [Middle English, from Latin āthlēta, from Greek āthlētēs, contestant, from āthlein, to contend, possibly from āthlos, contest .]
The word athlete comes from the Greek word athletes, meaning "contestant in the games." Anyone who competes in sporting competitions can be called an athlete, but usually the term is reserved for people with a high level of dedication, skill and fitness.
Definition of athlete. 1 : a person who is trained or skilled in exercises, sports, or games requiring physical strength, agility, or stamina.