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NYT Prefix With Athlete Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 11, 2024

Here is a 3 Letter answer to NYT Prefix With Athlete crossword clue featured in NYT puzzles. The RojgarLive crossword solver tool found 1 exact answers to "Prefix With Athlete Crossword Clue" which contains 3 letters. The answer is TRI.

by Sangeetha

Updated Jul 11, 2024

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NYT Prefix With Athlete Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 11, 2024

Prefix With Athlete NYT Crossword Clue Answer

Let’s find the answers to Prefix With Athlete NYT for the July 11, 2024 edition of NYT crossword puzzle. Answer Contains 3 letters. Start with T and end with I, and the possible solutions are TEI, TAI, TRI.

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The answer is TRI.

The prefix "TRI-" when combined with "athlete" refers to a participant in a triathlon, a multisport endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running. Triathlons challenge athletes in terms of endurance and versatility across these three distinct disciplines.

Participants, known as triathletes, must train rigorously in each sport to compete effectively, balancing strength, stamina, and strategy throughout the competition. The prefix "TRI-" denotes the involvement of three activities, distinguishing triathlons from other single-sport or dual-sport events, and highlighting the comprehensive athletic skills required to excel in this demanding sport.

This clue last seen in NYT Crossword Puzzle on July 11, 2024. You can also get all other NYT's Crossword clues hints and answers here.

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