sportable

sportable

(ˈspɔːtəbəl)
adj
1. rare capable of being sported or used in sport
2. archaic playful or fun
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16 seed Sportable Rim Riders on April 14, as they won 42-36.
Caption: Air Force veteran Sean Johnson played with the Magee Spokesmen at the tournament before joining the exhibition team for its final game against the Sportable Rim Riders.
The Paralympic Experience event was planned and executed by Sportable, a values-guided not for profit organization located in Richmond, Virginia.
For more information about Sportable, go to sportable.org.
At some of the newest stadiums, advertising is displayed on high-tech video scoreboards, which are quickly gaining popularity, says Mike Daniel, president and CEO of Sportable Scoreboards.
Amusingly, he loses the proper key for storytelling in his attempt to tell the story of his brother Tom's amour with the Jewish widow: "he had lost the sportable key of his voice which gave sense and spirit to his tale: [...] the Corporal got as near the note as he could; and in that attitude, continued his story" (553; vol.
In addition to his PVA duties, May is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans and Richmond-based Sportable. He also served as president of the now-defunct Independent Wheelchair Athletic Association for over 20 years.
Sportable Scoreboards, in December 2007, introduced its Legacy Series, a new line of LED-style scoreboards that are shaped like sports balls, sports equipment, sports fields, states, and even flags.
"These new scoreboards are truly one of the most unique innovations in the scoring industry in the last 70 years," says Bethany Reeder, marketing director at Sportable Scoreboards.
Companies such as Nevco, Sportable, Everson, and All American continue to produce quality products.
Companies such as Sportable Scoreboards, Nevco, Trans-Lux, All American Scoreboards, and Colorado Time Systems are on the cutting edge of giving fans a reason to take more than a fleeting glance at the scoreboard.