sports fan

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Synonyms for sports fan

an enthusiastic devotee of sports

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Cheesehead Kingdom is a retail sports fan merchandise company based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
A second weakness of the study as well as the previous research on sports fans was that it did not assess what sport or sports males and females are fans of.
Their concept is to provide high quality, originally designed sports apparel that will be delivered directly to sports fans.
The long-term agreement leverages a winning combination of two respected media brands, and serves Filipino sports fans via their combined expertise and high-quality compelling content.
com will bring Filipino sports fans coverage of both local and global sports such as the PBA, NBA, NFL, volleyball, soccer, tennis, and eSports, among others.
The synergies between Kwes and ESPN allow us to achieve that goal by leveraging our collective ability to deliver premium African and global sports programming to sports fans across Africa.
Sports fans will be able to start their day with the final event of the UK outdoor athletics season, the Aviva British Grand Prix at Gateshead Stadium.
The researchers from University of Arkansas at Little Rock have revealed that sports fans may be at an increased risk of suffering heart attack, stroke, diabetes, cancer and premature death because of unhealthy lifestyle choices.
Together they will allow sports fans to bring their on-line sports experience to a whole new level," said Rick Rioboli, Vice President of Product Management and Development.
O'Ree's book for young adults, as well as A Fly in a Pail of Milk: The Herb Carnegie Story (Mosaic Press, 2000), which chronicles the life of the hockey great for adult sports fans, are the only two titles currently available about blacks in hockey.