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Erin Brooks is a 13-year-old surfing phenom notching impressive competition results and landing tricks that still elude many adult pros.

Moreover, breakout stars like Stanford’s Aliyah Boston or freshmen phenoms Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers are held back from joining the league by an age requirement of 22.

You can read Michal Lev-Ram and Andrew Nusca’s wonderful story on the phenom here.

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Which raises a question about the phenom whom Israel’s previous first-round draftee called “the greatest talent in Israeli basketball history.”

The next three drafts are projected to have ideal depth and plenty of franchise-altering phenoms.

The talk radio phenom and Fox News staple has identified himself as a longtime listener of the TRN patriarch.

Bring in Khatuna Lorig, a five-time Olympian and archery phenom.

And their relationship has continued--a trip back to Phenom Penh late last month was Angelo's third.

Presa, Jugendstil, and schwannoma were the words that knocked a young phenom out of the last three National Spelling Bees.

The former Denver Broncos phenom rarely saw the field for the Jets this year, and the team is reportedly looking to trade him.

News travels fast in a college community and Drake had passed the word that Ainslee had uncovered a “phenom.”

"Better pull in on the infant phenom—Snorky might hear of it," he thought.

He is a phenom, a veritable Prodigious Prodigy, and maybe old Bannister isn't wild with enthusiasm.


On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to phenom, such as: accomplished, adept, apt, capable, competent, and conversant.

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