Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1US(active sports)deportes masculine
- Having done athletics and played netball the transition to rugby was not difficult.
- And after that you have athletics and golf and tennis and whatever you like yourself.
- Were ancient athletics useful for preparing young Greek men for the battlefield?
- Encouraged by his father to take up to athletics, he took to it like a duck taking to water.
2British(track and field)atletismo masculine
- Jarlath Duffy won his award following a very successful year on the athletics track.
- The other topic that has dogged athletics, as it has so many sports in recent years, is drugs.
- It is not just in athletics that competitors have tried to evade being drug-tested.
- It was then that he took up athletics very seriously and also took on the triple jump, which he had not done before.
- The club caters for all aspects of athletics, track and field, indoor and cross country.
- Fredericks will always be remembered fondly by athletics fans around the world.
- Just like the pole vault in athletics, you need the right equipment before you can even see if you have a talent.
- Sanchez's dominance of his event is almost unique in the world of athletics.
- Mr Richards was a keen athlete who scooped hundreds of medals in a range of sports from swimming to athletics.
- In my commentary I said it was probably the most unpopular win in athletics.
- Alongside football, athletics is probably the sport I know and care most about.
- Public facilities will include playing fields, an indoor sports arena and an athletics track.
- The report into Australian athletics is expected to be published on Monday.
- But Moorcroft insisted that there was still an air of optimism in British athletics.
- Jackson ended his wonderful athletics career with a fifth place in the final of the 60m hurdles.
- Kelly Holmes last night became only the seventh British woman to win an athletics gold medal at the Olympics.
- Did competitors at the world athletics championships receive payment for taking part?
- Bright sunshine and mild temperatures heralded the first athletics competition of the year on Sunday.
- As a student in 1936 Andrew went to Berlin to compete at athletics with German medical students.
- But it is only thanks to her big brother Marlon, a useful sprinter, that she turned to athletics.