sports fan


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Noun1.sports fan - an enthusiastic devotee of sportssports fan - an enthusiastic devotee of sports  
aficionado - a fan of bull fighting
enthusiast, partizan, partisan - an ardent and enthusiastic supporter of some person or activity
railbird - a fan of racing who watches races from the outer rail of the track
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From "kinda a fan" to "super fan" the Wisconsin sports fan has a new online choice for Badger and Packer gear to increase fandom.
Finally, participants were asked, in an open-ended format, to indicate the reasons why they considered themselves a sports fan.
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The new properties bring an elegant, lively and more personal digital sports experience to Filipino sports fans across mobile phones, tablets and computers and are part of ESPN's leading global digital sports portfolio.
com, which provides more sports content and subscription sports streaming service ESPN Player for avid sports fans, is seen to allow the firm to push digital advertising forward.
Audiences in Africa will benefit from industry-leading content from the worlds leading sports media firm in ESPN, in conjunction with Kwess premium sports offering, while Kwese's pan-African reach and its TV everywhere multiplatform distribution capability will deliver the content to viewers through TV and digital platforms making it accessible to sports fans wherever they are.
THIS Bank Holiday Monday, sports fans in Newcastle are being offered a unique opportunity to cheer on some of the best athletes in the world, both on the track and on the pitch.
Washington, Nov 14 (ANI): Die-hard sports fans might be putting themselves at an increased risk of developing heart disease, cancer and even premature death, says a new study.