hang time


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hang time

n.
1. The amount of time that a football remains aloft after it is kicked.
2. The amount of time that an athlete remains airborne while jumping.

hang time

n
(General Sporting Terms) informal the amount of time that a person or object is able to remain in the air

hang′ time`


n.
the length of time that a football remains in the air after being kicked.
[1970–75]
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When fired near vertical the hang time is simply hilarious.
The big air ramp in PyeongChang is the highest in the world at around 160 feet with a 40 degree slope, intended to give athletes a longer hang time.
Others who shared center stage in the event, which featured Twin Tip Slalom Border Cross Racing, Freestyle and the high flying Cabrinha Hang Time Challenge, were the Netherlands' Mariska Wildeberg, Remel Rentillo, Tony Baysa and Aiden Candava and Helena Lundberg, also from Sweden.
His leg strength, he's developed, he has good hang time on his kickoffs.
I feel a kind of high doing it, the runup, the hang time.
It stretched out to provide great hang time without over ripening.
HANG TIME Andy Greig (centre) is hoisted after scoring the winner and Brora keeper Joe Malin (left) leaps to clear
HANG TIME Athletes catch air in the Olympic ski cross
While your priority is to get more real-life hang time with your guy, follow up online, too.
In the second category are spoons like the Custom Jigs and Spins Slender Spoon and the PK Lures Flutter Fish, each which lay on their side on the drop--more hang time.
Entering Saturday's noon home game against Colorado, Rice is still looking for more consistent hang time on his kicks, to help a UO coverage team that was first nationally entering the ASU game and remains 11th this week, having allowed 25 yards on eight returns by opponents.
Dust Control Technology has developed a family of tower mounts for its atomized misting equipment that extends droplet hang time and range, while providing more precise aiming capability.