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|Crossword Clue||Athlete prone to nerves in slang|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||A “choke artist” is a slang term used to describe an athlete who is prone to nerves and performs poorly in high-pressure situations. It refers to someone who “chokes” or fails to perform at their best when the stakes are high. You can learn more about this term on Wikipedia.|
|Clue Category||Sports and Recreation|
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