Yes!

For outdoor daytime sports, it will do very well.

When you get into indoor or lowlight situations, there are limitations (for all cameras).

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That camera has a 10X zoom which is great for long shots, but you have to know the limitations of a "long" lens.

The further out you zoom, the mores sensitive the camera is to movement. At 10X zoom, any camera movement is multiplied 10 times. Use a tripod, whenever possible.

If you cannot use a tripod, improvise:

...Use the viewfinder instead of the LCD to frame your shots. Your head is steadier than two outstreatched arms.

...Lean your shoulder against a building, post, tree, etc to further steady yourself.

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Here is a link to a review of the S5100/5500:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujifilms5100/

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