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1. The athletics win provided a much-needed fillip to/for national pride.
2. My daughter wants to compete in athletics.
3. She didn't take up athletics until she was 20.
4. Britain did well in the athletics competition, but the day belonged to Norway.
5. He ended his athletics career under a cloud of suspicion when he refused to take a drug test.
6. Athletics is like a drug, it keeps dragging you back for more.
7. Athletics South Africa was formed by an amalgamation of two organisations.
8. Other sports are much worse off than athletics.
9. Birmingham has bid to stage the next national athletics championships.
10. Her athletics career has been dogged by injury.
11. Livingston faces a four-year disqualification from athletics.
12. Our team tied with theirs in athletics.
13. It's the last but one day in the athletics programme.
14. Athletics should rank alongside soccer and cricket as a major sport.
15. The Athletics Federation have banned the runner from future races for using proscribed drugs.
16. Woodford is the linchpin of the British athletics team.
17. You've given a lifetime of service to athletics.
18. Speed is the essential ingredient of all athletics.
19. Kenya's long distance runners have taken the athletics world by storm.
20. Disabled and able-bodied children can enrol on the athletics course.
21. My school did nothing whatsoever in the way of athletics.
22. There was a big controversy surrounding/over the use of drugs in athletics.
23. When I was at school I was always hopeless at athletics.
24. Unless he can find a sponsor he'll be forced to retire from athletics.
25. The stars of the future are competing in the world junior athletics championships this month.
26. As the modern Olympics grew in stature, so too did athletics.
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27. The stadium emptied at the end of the first day of athletics.
28. These results are firsts in the history of women's athletics.
29. Robb is torn between becoming a doctor and a career in athletics.
30. Lillian Board's death at 22 was a tragic loss for British athletics.
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