440 yards


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Noun1.440 yards - a unit of length equal to a quarter of 1 mile440 yards - a unit of length equal to a quarter of 1 mile
linear measure, linear unit - a unit of measurement of length
international mile, land mile, mile, stat mi, statute mile, mi - a unit of length equal to 1,760 yards or 5,280 feet; exactly 1609.344 meters
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He was also named the Welsh Champion in the 440 yards in 1920, the 220 yards and the 440 yards in 1921 - a record which was held until 1953 - and the 880 yards in 1927.
Born in Cardiff on March 5, 1886, the son of a Yugoslav father and Irish mother, he won his first championship at 100 yards in 1901 and his last at 440 yards in 1929 when he was 41.
54 (rank 18) 14th (Chinese Fir), 440 yards, par four: The only hole on the course without a bunker but three-putts are common on the difficult green.
After extensive research, Andy Milroy and Alex Wilson, of the Association of Road Running Statisticians, have identified Dunning as the man who set the inaugural world record for the half marathon when he clocked 73:46 for 13 miles 440 yards.
Milkha had already become a name for himself and was considered the man to beat, but the Indian finished fourth in the 440 yards.
It started me on a lifetime search for a "40-acre whitetail rifle," a rifle (and a load) that could accurately reach out to 440 yards and reliably anchor a standing animal at that distance.
As part of a reconfiguration of the track announced on Wednesday, the distance from the last fence to the winning post has been nearly halved, from 440 yards to just over a furlong.
Juste, Jon Davies, Jay Berry and Roger Blaikie all saw time on the offensive line and helped produce 440 yards of total offense.
Between 1921 and 1923 Hilda James set five world records from 220 yards to 440 yards freestyle, after making all the English records from 100 to 500 yards in 1920.
Bo Levi Mitchell threw for 440 yards and four touchdowns for EWU, which had won four straight after opening the season with four straight losses.
Bob, a former 440 yards Naval champion, ran threeand-a-quarter miles from the outskirts of Canterbury.
In 1946 she was British champion at the 100 yards, 220 yards and 440 yards freestyle distances.