rival: the contestant you hope to defeat; "he had respect for his rivals"; "he wanted to know what the competition was doing"
The International Contender is a single-handed high performance sailing dinghy, designed by Bob Miller, latterly known as Ben Lexcen, (Australia) in 1967 as a possible successor to the Finn dinghy for Olympic competition.
A contender is a stock character found in stories and films depicting the development and triumph of an individual through athletic achievement. ...
The Contender is a 1944 American film directed by Sam Newfield.
The Contender (2000) is a political thriller starring Gary Oldman, Joan Allen, Jeff Bridges and Christian Slater. The film was directed by Rod Lurie and focuses on a fictional United States President (played by Bridges) and the events surrounding his appointment of a new Vice President (Allen).
Procession of the Dead is a book written by Darren O'Shaughnessy (more commonly known by his pen-name Darren Shan) that was originally published in February 1999 in the UK under the name of Ayuamarca. It is the first book in The City Book Trilogy. ...
The Contender is the debut novel by American author and sports journalist Robert Lipsyte. It was published in 1967.
The Contender 3 is a reality television show based on the sport of boxing, but with an element of the (super middleweight) competitor's lives and relationships with each other within the show's living quarters, based in Pasadena, California. ...
(The Contenders (band)) The Contenders were one of the most popular Norwegian roots rock bands of the early 1990s, playing more than 200 gigs and releasing three albums.
Someone who competes with one or more other people
(Contenders) A special region for regional champions seeking the world title. A fighter becomes a contender after winning two regional titles, or winning a regional title and defending it once.