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But the tutoring sections were only for the "plutes" or the athletes, many of whom were subsidized by fraternities or alumni.
THE PLASTIC AGEPERCY MARKS
You know in the fashionable world we train for a ball, as athletes do for their sports.
AN ARTIST IN CRIMERODRIGUES OTTOLENGUI
Our athletes array themselves for battle in the shortest of shorts and the thinnest of jerseys.
At those games prizes and rewards were given to the bards as well as to the athletes.
THE STORY OF TROYMICHAEL CLARKE
Pindar, the greatest lyricist of the Greeks, wrote about athletic contests; athletes were his heroes.
Our athletes are less harmoniously built, with more prominent sinews, more harsh and wiry in type.
They drove slowly round and round, watched the athletes and held their breath at some of the daring feats.
In archaic cultures, athletes could even be sacrificed on the altar of gratitude, where the best were destined to please the gods.
Why, again, should I suppose you to care about missing the athletes, since you disdained the gladiators?
THE LETTERS OF CICERO, VOLUME 1MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
No wonder the training must be severe for the athletes who propose to themselves such a task.