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Athlete A person who trains for and competes a sport.
Coach A person who trains and directs an athlete or a sports team
Competition An organized event in which people compete to win
Defend To protect one's goal rather than attempt to score against one's opponents.
Fan A person who supports a particular sport, team or player.
Half-time The interval between the first and second halves of a game.
Lob A shot that is hit in a high arc, usually over the opponent's head
Offside In an illegal position ahead of the ball (in football, rugby, hockey, etc).
Pass To throw or kick the ball to another player on one's own team.
Physique The form or shape of a person's body.
Referee A sports official with authority to make ruling during a contest.
Strategy A plan to achieve an objective.
Umpire A sports official with authority to make rulings during a contest.
Created by: nayondagibson