I would say a qualified "Yes."
First of all, the European idea of a sporty cologne might be a bit wider than an American's take on it. Secondly, citrus-spicy-green top notes are really very sporty. The florals in the middle aren't too floral (the carnation here will give an isoeugenol "clove" scent to the florals), and are balanced by lots of woody notes; so, still sporty to my nose. The base notes are a little oriental in cast, but that's pretty typical for men's scents; labdanum (amber or leather), moss, and musk are all routine. And last of all, we have to remember that this is a variation on Santos, so we should expect some of it to show through in the final product. Even so, comparing it with the original Santos notes in osmoz.com, they seem only to have kept vetiver, vanilla, and patchouli; from the original list, verbena, basil, lavender, juniper berries, nutmeg, geranium, rosemary, sandalwood, and castoreum are all gone.
I haven't smelled this one, so of course, my nose can't say "sporty." but looking at the list of notes, I can see it being a somewhat rich, European "sporty."