In the context, "For aspiring students" comes close, but may have an arrogant connotation of "keep working on it; you're not where I am yet" rather than the more generic avid or interested. It doesn't necessarily mean professional in fact, usually it means they aren't professionally involved but it does carry the meaning that one is very interested in the subject, but not experienced in it. Interested is somewhat generic:. Moreover, these participants can be any skill level, from beginner to world-class. The single word that best captures the spirit of amateur in the Olympic sense is probably enthusiast. Doesn't this word generally bear strong negative connotations? For they have nothing better to do. Mike Mike 4 4 bronze badges.
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