from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A contestant in a sprint-race; a short-distance runner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who sprints; one who runs in sprint races.
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- noun one who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who runs a short distance at top speed
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While the British sprinter is the team's best-known rider, local fans would have preferred Italian national time trial champion Marco Pinotti to have had the honor.
I was playing an ancient tape of a sprinter from the 2022 Olympics.
The Jamaican sprinter is the first under 11 seconds this year.
Brown, blessed with the size of a fullback and the speed of a sprinter, is an excellent receiver in addition to his skills as a power runner.
The sprinter is serving a two-year ban from track and field.
ATHENS Sometime Friday morning, a teenage sprinter from the newest nation in the Olympics, which has neither a television station nor a stoplight, will line up for the 100-meter dash.
CBS They call sprinter Oscar Pistorius the "Blade Runner," for the j-shaped prostheses he wears.
Campbell’s former career as a sprinter is one of which his wife is conspicuously proud.
A big-name sprinter will run in the stadium for the first time later this month on a 60-metre running track to tie in with the two-year milestone.
The result on a course which suited Cavendish's strengths as a sprinter was the culmination of three years' planning by British Cycling.