nonsporting

nonsporting

(nɒnˈspɔːtɪŋ)
adj
1. not of or related to sport
2. having no aptitude for sport
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The Principality Stadium was not available for the June 20 date next year because of already arranged clashes with sporting and nonsporting events.
Never before at Westminster had a schipperke taken the highly competitive nonsporting group, which includes poodles and bichon frises.
Also advancing were Bono the Havanese in the toy group, Colton the schipperke in the nonsporting and Baby Lars the bouviers des Flandres in the herding -- those breeds haven't won here, either.
Accordingly, in the current study we explored stage-related MT differences in adolescents drawn from a nonsporting population.
Best ignore the sport button that simply makes this nonsporting machine a bit more responsive to throttle and steering.
The document will be referenced in the Olympic Charter, signifying its central status within the Olympic Movement and reaffirming the Olympic Movement's commitment to supporting athletes during their sporting and nonsporting career.
Likewise, results from games played by the Pacific Coast League AAA Redbirds and he NBA Grizzlies and other sporting and nonsporting nighttime events fall victim to the early deadline.
The dogs participating in the competition were divided into seven groups - hound, toy, nonsporting, herding, working, sporting and terrier.
in a retrospective review evaluated 79 different mass-gathering events, including sporting and nonsporting events [1].
The AKC categories are herding, hound, working, sporting, nonsporting, terrier, toy, native, hybrid, and miscellaneous groups.
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.
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.