Is this sentence grammatically correct?
"The biggest fear some people have who oppose Fair Play is the misconception that Fair Play will distract from competitive spirits and winning."
This is an example sentence in an vocabulary learning book published by Foreign Language Teaching and Learning Press, China's most authoritative publisher in its field. But the usage of the word "distract" seems incorrect to me, doesn't it need an object after 'distract'? I can't understand the meaning of this sentence. By the way, example sentences are all articulately read by a lady who is from the UK, therefore it's most unlikely that there is any grammatical mistakes in these sentences. Would anyone tell me if this sentence is correct and briefly explain its meaning, many thanks in advance.Correct myself, not "there is any grammatical mistakes", should be "there are any grammatical mistakes".