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track-and-field

Definitions

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  • adj. referring to track and field athletics.

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Examples

  • Last month, Mr. Leon was cited – together with Mr. Fuentes and Mr. Fuentes's sister Yolanda – as being at the center of a network involving a number of track-and-field athletes, a novelty in a country where doping probes have almost exclusively targeted cyclists.

    Key Suspect in Doping Probe Found Dead

  • Joe Walker, the longtime track-and-field coach at the University of Mississippi, has worked with Ramey and other scientists.

    Cracking the Long-Jump Code

  • Cannon, who also competes in the shot put for the Horned Frogs track-and-field team, is a workout warrior who is a big part of the TCU rushing attack. —

    Around the Mountain West Conference

  • The Games 'opening show Sunday evening will be at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, a track-and-field venue with a capacity of about 60,000 people.

    India Seeks Positive Spin With Games Kickoff

  • The collapse of a footbridge near the main track-and-field stadium and the cave-in of a weightlifting venue highlight the weak construction at some venues.

    Use Commonwealth Games Wisdom to Grow Wealth

  • The legacy company's vote for West Ham was a victory for Britain's track-and-field lobby, including the London 2012 chairman and running great Sebastian Coe , who insisted that the track must stay because it was part of the basis on which London had secured the Games.

    West Ham Win Bid for Olympic Stadium

  • In 2006 and 2010, Spanish police launched wide-ranging antidoping investigations, finding abundant evidence of illegal activities by doctors, professional riders and track-and-field athletes.

    Court Strips Contador of 2010 Tour de France Title

  • It's Not the Millrose, but It's Still the Garden Olympic medalist Bernard Lagat is an eight-time mile champion at Madison Square Garden, but when he races the event Saturday, it will be the first time he'll do so at the U.S. Open track-and-field meet.

    Heard on the Field

  • More used to Mozart—he played Don Giovanni at Glyndebourne last year—he feels like a track-and-field athlete who's suddenly switched to running marathons.

    Glyndebourne: The Great Leveler

  • To get there, the Beaverton, Ore., sportswear giant plans to open more stores, put a renewed focused on recreational sports such as running and snowboarding, and emphasize its stable of local endorsers such as Chinese Olympic track-and-field star Liu Xiang and Chinese tennis player Li Na.

    In China, Nike Sets Out to Alter Sports Mindset

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