“This is something I'm passionate about,” Donovan said, adding that as an athlete the subject was particularly relevant.
Richard Ben Cramer explores the abduction of Olympic athlete Kari Swenson and the indefatigable sheriff who hunted her abductor.
As the saying goes, “If you have a body, you are an athlete.”
In eight previous attempts with at least one athlete participating dating back to 1964, the country has never once podiumed.
Indeed, Empirical evidence makes hash of the myth that culture makes the athlete.
He had the frame of an athlete; his face, with its luxuriant red-beard, resembled that of a lion.
He has now given way to the athlete, who is quite a different type.
Her beautiful childish face leans against the arm of the athlete and her hand rests on his neck.
An athlete might manage it, he supposed, but he was not an athlete—he was a gentleman and a soldier.
A successful gladiator enjoyed far greater fame than any modern prize-fighter or athlete.
early 15c., from Latin athleta "a wrestler, athlete, combatant in public games," from Greek athletes "prizefighter, contestant in the games," agent noun from athlein "to contest for a prize," related to athlos "a contest" and athlon "a prize," of unknown origin. Before 1750, usually in Latin form. In this sense, Old English had plegmann "play-man." Athlete's foot first recorded 1928, for an ailment that has been around much longer.