Or the receiver leaping in gyration to catch a poorly thrown ball that defies all bounds of athleticism.
Among the giants of fantasy, athleticism, and history, is there any room for the every day hero?
The athleticism is astounding, and the kids' dedication--obsession?
He considers the beauty of athleticism and wonders if it is proof of the existence of some divinity.
But he was not athletic, at a time and a place when athleticism among young men was the coin of the realm.
Fishing was Gus's ideal of athleticism; the exercise was gentle, and you sometimes had half a dozen perch for your trouble.
athleticism is as jealous an accomplishment as any art you would acquire.
Nineteenth-century master launches an attack on out-moded Scottish marital laws and Victorian cult of athleticism.
athleticism takes up time and cripples a man in his competitive examinations, and in business.
athleticism in England is an asceticism, as much as the monastic rules.
1630s (athletical is from 1590s), "pertaining to an athlete," from Latin athleticus, from Greek athletikos, from athletes (see athlete). Meaning "strong of body; vigorous; lusty; robust" [Johnson, who spells it athletick] is from 1650s.