cinder track


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cinder track

n
(Horse Racing) a racetrack covered with fine cinders
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Noun1.cinder track - a racetrack paved with fine cinders
racecourse, racetrack, raceway, track - a course over which races are run
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cinder track

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cinder track

n (Sport) → pista di cenere
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With two friends acting as pacemakers, Bannister churned around the cinder track four times.
The race which would make Bannister a national hero took place in front of an expectant 3,000-strong crowd at Oxford University's Iffley Road cinder track.
After joining the nearby cinder track we bear to the right down the slope of Southend Gardens to reach a junction of routes.
Tenders are invited for Laying Of Cinder Track In Existing Athletic Stadium
WALKIES: Close to the Cleveland Way and the Cinder Track bike route that follows a former railway line, Hawsker is well-placed for walking and cycling.
A report from the Liverpool Mercury in June 1892 gives some clues about their stadium: "The grounds are in an excellent position, close to Wavertree Station, and are easily reached; and while suitable for football and cricket, the fast cinder track of a quarter of a mile fits them for cycling and athletic purposes.
Bannister is the first person to break the four-minute barrier as he ran a mile on the slippery cinder track in three minutes 59.
1928: The first speedway meeting on a cinder track took place at High Beech in Essex.
Her mother, now 82 years old, still bears a scar on her knee from the black cinder track when she thought she could do better than the boys
After the 2004 season, opponents refused to compete at the decaying quarter-mile cinder track at Doyle Field, according to Danielle Lussier, a former Fitchburg High star who has coached cross-country and track at Leominster over the past decade.