Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|an athlete > ATHLETAS.
|one skilled in feats of physical strength and agility.
|having the qualities of an athlete.
|the handing over of the baton in a relay race.
|low activity exercise following high activity exercise.
|a system of deciding the winner of a tied competition by comparing earlier points or scores.
|the bar that must be cleared in the high jump or pole vault events.
|an athlete who competes in the decathlon.
|an athletic contest comprising ten events.
|a discus thrower. [This word appears to lack its own plural in CSW, which should be DISCOBOLOI* or at worst DISCOBOLOSES*, so it borrows DISCOBOLI from DISCOBOLUS].
|a discus thrower > DISCOBOLI or DISCOBOLUSES.
|a heavy thick-centred disc or plate thrown in ancient and modern athletic sports > DISCUSES or DISCI.
|a running and cycling contest.
|an athletic contest comprsing nine events > ENNEATHLONS.
|a training technique, used esp. among runners, consisting of bursts of intense effort alternating with less strenuous activity. [Swedish fart, speed + lek, play].
|a race on foot.
|a competitor in a HEPTATHLON.
|an athletic competition with seven events.
|an athletic contest comprising six events > HEXATHLONS.
|to jump over.
|a man who takes part in extended triathlons.
|a woman who takes part in extended triathlons.
|an athletic event that involves throwing a spear.
|(US) an athlete.
|to run at a slow steady pace.
|one that jogs.
|the practice of running at a slow, steady pace > JOGGINGS.
|an athlete at junior college.
|a foot race with lighted torches, especially a relay race in which torch is passed on.
|one who gained the prize in a LAMPADEDROMY.
|(US) an athlete who has earned a letter in a school sport.
|an athletic event; (verb) to take part in the longjump > LONGJUMPS. N.B. no HIGHJUMP*.
|a long-distance race of 26 miles 385 yards.
|a runner who takes part in a MARATHON.
|a male athlete aged over 40.
|an athlete who runs the mile.
|one who is not an athlete.
|an international sporting competition.
|to take part in ORIENTEERING.
|a cross-country race in which each participant uses a map and compass to navigate between checkpoints along an unfamiliar course.
|to surpass in jumping.
|to run faster than.
|to surpass in racing.
|to run faster than.
|to sprint faster than.
|to go faster than; to outrun.
|to train to excess.
|excelling all round in athletics or accomplishments.
|an athlete; a gymnast > PANCRATISTS.
|relating to the PARALYMPICS, an Olypic games for sportspeople with physical disabilities.
|an Olympic games for sportspeople with physical disabilities.
|the sport of running in urban areas performing gymnastics on manmade objects.
|one who takes part in a PENTATHLON.
|an athletic contest involving participation by each contestant in five different events.
|a pentathlon > PENTATHLUMS.
|after a race.
|going round to athletic meetings to win trophies > POTHUNTINGS.
|a female professional athlete.
|to race by walking fast rather than running.
|one who engages in RACEWALKING.
|the competitive sport of racing at a fast walk while maintaining continuous foot contact with the ground and keeping the supporting leg straight.
|running on roads as a method of training for marathon runners, boxers, etc.
|a massage after exercise.
|the approach strip for the LONGJUMP.
|a style of high jump.
|(one who is) partially professional > SEMIPROS.
|an amateur who is actually paid for his or her performance.
|to run at top speed.
|one that sprints.
|a race over a course with obstacles to be jumped; (verb) to take part in such a race.
|a very good athlete.
|a very good athlete.
|a wind from the rear.
|a four-event sporting contest.
|a runner on a track team.
|a participant in PARKOUR, the sport of running in urban areas performing gymnastics on manmade objects.
|one who takes part in a TRIATHLON.
|a sporting contest consisting of three events held without a break between each, usu swimming, cycling and running.
|a footrace longer than a MARATHON.
|not paced e.g. of a racer.
|one who does the pole-vault.
|a marathon walking event.
|a sportsman's pre-training routine.
|a training session.