The word 'amateur' can be both a noun and an adjective noun use- i am an amateur adjective use- an amateur athlete
An amateur can come from many different fields. An amateur athlete is someone who has not been in any professional productions. An amateur artist has not sold a painting.
The word "amateur" is from the French meaning "lover of". An amateur, by the origin of the word, means to do something for the love of it. Therefore, one may be an amateur chorister, athlete, musician, photographer, painter, collector - virtually anything at all.
A sports player who makes money from sporting activities though classified as amateur.
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None, The Athletes have always been amateur
Originally specifically for amateur athletes, the Olympics began allowing professionals to compete in 1986.
A Professional Athlete simply receives compensation (Payment) for any efforts whereas an amateur cannot accept any sort of compensation.
a professional athlete has many experience during the time he played and are those athletes that receives payment for their performance or play while the amateur athletes is a person who does not play for money but because of their passion or their hobby.