kick-up


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kick-up

n
an action in which a person or animal kicks their legs up
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With the help of Arsenal Soccer School, we will have a series of competitions for adults and children, like target-shooting, kick-ups and a penalty shootout against the Bahrain national ladies' team goalkeeper.
Alongside the penalty shoot out contest there will be two other football skills competitions: kick-ups and target shooting, as well as a raffle, DJ, food and drink stalls.
10 (ANI): Soccer prodigy Josh Clancy has been dubbed the "keepy uppy king" after learning how to do 4,000 continuous kick-ups at the age of ten.
Kick-Ups, Hiccups, Lock-Ups: The Autobiography by Mickey Thomas.
Me and my dad were doing kick-ups on the sidelines and Richard Williams, who was coaching my brother, asked me to come down to Derby to train because he said that he could see something in me.
I joined in and I tried to do the best kick-ups that my bad back will allow me to do.
The 29-year-old, from Stockton - who boasts a personal best of 22,618 kick-ups - will tackle his latest challenge within months.
He has won a UK freestyle football contest, performed at Manchester City's Etihad stadium and once did 745 kick-ups with alternate feet.
After the gruelling hour-and-ahalf, which involved running, squats, sit-ups and kick-ups, she said she was feeling the burn.
I'LL be signing copies of my book, Kick-Ups, Hiccups, Lock-Ups, in Waterstones in Llandudno on Saturday, September 20 at 11am.
I used to do kick-ups in the dark and dad used to ask why I was out so late.