Some articles on athletes, athlete:

Prefontaine (film) - Comparison To Without Limits
... It also explores American athletes' amateur status and the conditions and lack of resources these athletes had to endure in their attempts to compete ...
Sport In The United Kingdom - Elite Level Sport - Elite Level Individual Sports - Athletics
... The level of attention received by successful British athletes is illustrated by the fact that athletes have won far more BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards than practitioners of ... Over the last few decades British athletes have usually won between one and three gold medals at the Olympics the 2012 Games in London saw three British ... remain serious concerns about the depth of the sport in Britain, with the number of club athletes reportedly in decline ...
People From Dayton - Athletes
... Moses, Olympic track and field athlete Mike Nugent, NFL kicker, Cincinnati Bengals Mike Patt, professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter, (UFC, BodogFIGHT) Jim Paxson Jr ...
Great Britain At The 1908 Summer Olympics
... At the time British athletes competed under the team name "United Kingdom" ... A number of Irish athletes boycotted the games in protest at British refusals to grant Irish independence ... During the opening ceremony, American athletes did not dip their flag to the British royalty in support of the Irish boycott, a tradition the U.S ...
Pittsburgh Panthers - Notable Panthers
... Alumni, students, faculty, athletes and non-athletes alike, often refer to themselves as "Panthers" ... of Pittsburgh throughout its history ranging from athletes like Mike Ditka and Larry Fitzgerald, to celebrities like Gene Kelly and Fred Rogers, writers like ...

Famous quotes containing the word athletes:

    The quality of American life is an insult to the possibilities of human growth ... the pollution of American space, with gadgetry and cars and TV and box architecture, brutalizes the senses, making gray neurotics of most of us, and perverse spiritual athletes and strident self-transcenders of the best of us.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    To read well, that is, to read true books in a true spirit, is a noble exercise, and one that will task the reader more than any exercise which the customs of the day esteem. It requires a training such as the athletes underwent, the steady intention almost of the whole life to this object.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)