Championing [verb]

Definition of Championing:

advocate, support

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In Heinsohn’s first season, the defending NBA champions missed the playoffs for the first time since 1950.

It was among the more pleasant diversions since the outbreak for the coach of the reigning national champions after the NCAA canceled last season’s tournament.

On Monday, the field shrank by one when tournament organizers announced that 2017 champion Sergio Garcia will miss the tournament after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Masters tournament organizers announced Monday that 2017 champion Sergio Garcia will miss this year’s tournament after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Saturday removed any doubt, however, about the likely SEC East champion’s most obvious strength.

Yet over the past year, those Democratic lawmakers failed to pass several measures championed by progressives, and with the election, voters overturned some of the recent work that did pass.

In the past 12 years, each team has won six times, and the game often has a significant role in deciding the champion of the SEC East.

Under this screen name, he championed Whole Foods stock, sometimes at the expense of a rival health-food chain called Wild Oats.

City Councilman Chris Ward, who championed Measure A, argued the biggest roadblock for the housing bond was the need to reach two-thirds, not the tax proposal itself.

I didn’t even know how to make my own film, let alone being an advocate for and a mentor for, and a champion for other people’s films as a distributor.