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Thanks to all - these were all really good suggestions (and I liked "Yours in sport" a lot) but this phrasing worked the best given the whole paragraph. (I had to keep the sports reference b/c it was a comment by an Olympic athlete in some marketing materials, which they were trying to highlight). 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer