He lived for sports, and every neighborhood boy with athletic potential was drawn into his network.
Yet in academic fields and on athletic fields, the power of Title IX continues to be felt every day.
It took months to settle on the four mascots—hundreds were interviewed across all athletic levels.
Princess Charlene of Monaco, the athletic, South African bride of Prince Albert, is also with child.
He is an immensely talented quarterback who has dedicated his entire life to athletic excellence and discipline.
There were tennis and basketball courts, and other means of athletic enjoyment.
Richmond was slight of build, Charles vigorous and athletic.
athletic regulations should not debar a student from playing summer baseball.
The man, though young and athletic, was emaciated and weary-looking.
Gladiators were chosen from the strongest and most athletic among slaves and condemned criminals.
1630s (athletical is from 1590s), "pertaining to an athlete," from Latin athleticus, from Greek athletikos, from athletes (see athlete). Meaning "strong of body; vigorous; lusty; robust" [Johnson, who spells it athletick] is from 1650s.