athletic supporter

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  • noun

Synonyms for athletic supporter

a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise

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It was way too easy to produce any meaningful conclusions, but the crowd were loving it as Hudson's athletic support running was rewarded with a second try from another flowing move.
They then found the opposite pattern in their 2008 study of NCAA FCS schools, where increases in athletic support coincided with increases in academic program support.
Aches can be relieved by wearing an athletic support.
Shea is proud that during his tenure as AD, Anna Maria opened a fitness center and a multipurpose turf field with lights, renovated the Fuller Activities Center and built an athletic support building, which is scheduled to open later this year.
Husband Alexei arrives in act three to offer athletic support.
The current junior varsity gym, pool and athletic support area are being transformed into a multipurpose building.
In the meantime try wearing a strong athletic support as this may give you more confidence.
She also had to wear an athletic support on her wrist during her guitar solo but that was down to a light strain rather than old age.
And if a kid who is sitting in school, aware of his sexuality, and also aware that he could deck several large Romanians in the boxing ring, is tempted to come out because of our newfound athletic support, then that would be the best of all.
com, with over 10 million visitors since opening, is the Internet shopping portal of brand name men's and women's underwear, intimate apparel, socks, hosiery, sleepwear and athletic support garments.
We hope through this partnership with Klein ISD Athletics to reduce the number of preventable injuries and concussions by working closely with coaches and the athletic support staff - through inservice educational seminars, resources and sideline support," said Dr.
It's usually harmless and so any aching can be relieved by wearing an athletic support or tight underpants.
Former baseball player Chad Dreier has contributed $5 million to the university, including $1 million to the athletic department to help finance a new athletic support complex.