In an athletic contest
, a crown was a garland wreath given to the winner.
They play the game differently, want it to be an athletic contest
. Well we won't be wearing singlets and running shorts out there.
When watching an athletic contest
or an action sequence in a movie, audiences are fixated on athletes and stars performing their best moves and stunts.
In the piece, turned into a YouTube video viewed by thousands, Meyers tells of Lubelczyk and other adults defeating students in an athletic contest
and never letting Meyers forget it whenever they met in later years.
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Parkway High School is continued to creating a positive environment for sporting events that is free of disruption to the athletic contest
Traktor Sazi has become a focal interest for many Azeri nationalists and there have reportedly been periodic outbreaks of anti-Persian chants at its games, so the team's final game had political and ethnic overtones beyond a mere athletic contest
WIGAN and Charlton kick-off the 32nd round of Championship games in Lancashire tonight, with the secondbottom home side, left, buoyed by Tuesday's 1-0 win at Reading.
Others were irritated to the point of violence by the civilian view that combat was an athletic contest
that followed the rules of sportsmanship.
This rigorous and well-written history chronicles the many attempts to reform college athletics from the very first intercollegiate athletic contest
in America--a student run crew meet held on August 3, 1852 between Harvard and Yale on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire, (that just "coincidentally" had a sponsor--the Boston to Montreal rail line)--to the April 2010 appointment of Mark Emmert as president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
King refers to the passage where Paul, exhorting the Christians to work together, uses a Greek verb which roughly means "playing on the same side together in an athletic contest
The NFL championship game has, over the decades, evolved into much more than an athletic contest
, becoming a corporate celebration that overshadows the on-field action.