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- n. Plural form of repechage.
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Obviously there are exceptions: men and women made grown-up before their time by combat, or by the kind of high-level competition in which there is only win or lose, in which there are no second chances, repechages, bail-outs, spin-doctoring, Presidential pardons.
He was forced into the repechages where he had to launch another big fightback before qualifying with victory over gutsy Malaysian Azizulhasni Awang.
Toscano and Stefanoni have already raced in the heats and repechages and a win in their repechage means that they are through to Saturday's A-final.