nonsporting

nonsporting

(nɒnˈspɔːtɪŋ)
adj
1. not of or related to sport
2. having no aptitude for sport
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His full name is Belle Creek's All I Care About is Love, and this champion from the nonsporting group delivered a few minutes before it became Valentine's Day.
To do this, the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), the largest nonsporting live TV event in the world, is used as a case study, and the article discusses data collected at the 2014 competition held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Classes will be open to all dogs (and their owners) and will include sporting and nonsporting, most handsome, child handler, prettiest bitch, best ball or biscuit catcher, best rescue and waggiest tail.
Undeterred by rejection, she continued to pursue her pop dream and Bianca is now about to fly the flag for the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest - one of the most watched nonsporting events in the world.
As part of the show, judges selected the best of each breed and group, divided into seven categories -- hound, toy, nonsporting, herding, sporting, working and terrier.
Crowd-pleasing beagle Miss P was the best hound and Flame the standard poodle won in the nonsporting category.
6) Go to a festival What usually last four days and are more fun than the World Cup (for nonsporting types, at least)?
With not many sports events happening at these stadia, the SAI will soon have nonsporting events at the venues.
Further, an acceptably redesigned semi-automatic copy of nonsporting firearm must be limited to using less than 10 of the imported parts listed in 27 CFR [section] 478.
The conference and the resulting edited collection were, like the work of Moller, above, intrinsically concerned with boundaries, albeit the extension of drug testing regimes and principles to the realm of "leisure" in a nonsporting environment.
The incident remains the closest I've ever come to royalty, at least the nonsporting variety, though I'm hoping to improve the sporting hit rate later this year.
Thirty-four young participants were divided into two groups: seventeen sporting participants (young active group) and seventeen nonsporting participants (young sedentary group).