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  • verb Present participle of outkick.

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Examples

  • Holloway won the criterium championships in August, outkicking Ken Hanson (Team Type 1) from a late race breakaway.

    Dan Holloway takes U.S. crit jersey to Kelly Benefit Strategies

  • Marcotte ended three years of El Tour domination by the P&S Specialized team from Hermosillo, Mexico, outkicking Hector Rangel to win the 109-mile event in 4:32:34.

    Eric Marcotte, Erica Allar win 2010 El Tour de Tucson

  • Two Keough brothers took the podium at stage 4 of the Green Mountain Stage Race, with criterium ace Jake Keough (UnitedHealthcare-Maxxis) outkicking Gavin Mannion (Trek-Livestrong), while younger brother Luke Keough (Bikereg. com-Cannondale) took the third spot in a 60 rider dash to the line in downtown Burlington.

    Jeremy Powers, Kristin McGrath wrap up Green Mountain Stage Race wins

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Caroline Kilel ensured a Kenyan double when she won the women's race in 2:22.36, outkicking U.S. runner Desiree Davila in the final few city blocks.

    Reuters: Top News

  • After winning the 3,200 a day before, Burkburnett's Christian Mendoza earned a second gold in the mile by outkicking a pair of Decatur runners.

    Times Record News Stories

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