- Charles Smith (sailor) (1889–1969), American sailor who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics
- Charles Sydney Smith (1876–1951), British three times Olympic water polo champion
- Charlie Smith (wide receiver) (born 1950), American football wide receiver
- Charlie Smith (running back) (born 1946), American football running back
- Charlie Smith (tackle), American football tackle
- Charles Eastlake Smith (1850–1917), British football player
- Bubba Smith (Charles Aaron Smith, 1945–2011), American actor and football player
- Charles Smith (polo), American polo player
- Charles Smith (rugby) (1909–1976), New Zealand rugby football player
- Charles C. Smith (boxer) (1860?–1924), African American boxer
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Famous quotes containing the word sports:
“...I didnt come to this with any particular cachet. I was just a person who grew up in the United States. And when I looked around at the people who were sportscasters, I thought they were just people who grew up in the United States, too. So I thought, Why cant a woman do it? I just assumed everyone else would think it was a swell idea.”
—Gayle Gardner, U.S. sports reporter. As quoted in Sports Illustrated, p. 85 (June 17, 1991)
“Falling in love is the right adventure for those who dislike sports and travel.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)