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Sports officer
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Sports officer: Office that is in charge of the physical education of soldiers, officer that aids soldiers in the field of athletics
Sports program
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Sports program: Television or radio show that deals with sports
Sports reporter
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Sports reporter: Sportscaster, writer or broadcaster who reviews sports events
Sports section
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Sports section: Section of the newspaper that deals with sports-related issues
Sports superpower
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Sports superpower: Country with an extremely high level of sports
Sportscast
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Sportscast: Sporting news or a sporting event that is broadcast on radio or television
Sportsman
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One who pursues the sports of the field one who hunts, fishes, etc. Sportsman: One who is interested or involved in sports (especially outdoor sports, such as hunting,
Sportsmanlike
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Sportsmanlike: Characterized by fair play, marked by sportsmanly behavior
Sportsmanship
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The practice of sportsmen skill in field sports. Sportsmanship: Abilities of a sportsman conduct of a sportsman (such as fair play, good manners, grace in losing, etc.
Sportsperson
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Sportsperson: Person who is interested or involved in sports (especially outdoor sports, such as hunting, fishing, etc.) one who displays good sportsmanship
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