The plural of athlete is athletes.
"Athlete's" would be the possessive form of one athlete. "Athletes'" would be the possessive form of two or more athletes.
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athletes is a plural noun the singular is athlete
The singular possessive is athlete's. The plural possessive is athletes'.
The plural form for the noun athlete is athletes.The plural possessive form is athletes'.Example: We raised the money to pay for the athletes' uniforms.
this is called athletes foot because the first person to get it was an athlete:0...
the best athlete is Monica Selles
Potatos inspire athletes
Yes The plural is athletes
No, it's a fungal infection that can be caught by anyone - not just athletes.
That depends on the athlete but most athletes stick to the main food groups.
Athletes are athletic and couch potatoes are lazy.
Yes, college athletes attend class with non athletes.
It helps them become a better athlete because a sports psychologist works with the athlete to set goals, works to get the athlete mentally prepared for the upcoming season, and they work with the athlete to help chart the athletes progression of skills.
I believe that the athletes get paid. However, if another country wants the athlete to play for them, then the athlete will be paid quite a lot of money. Some countries will pay an athlete millions for them to play for them!
One athlete, many athletes. The collective word is "team".
Athlete's foot is a fungal infection on your feet
it's illegal, unfair as some athletes have spent years naturally training their bodies
Jews have been athletes since Biblical times. It is unknown who the first Jewish athlete was.
athletes take drugs to boost their energy.but taking drugs even by an athlete in banned.
where is athlete foot found in the world