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all-comers

[ɔːlˈkʌməʳs] ntutti/e
the competition is open to all-comers → la gara è aperta a tutti
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RICKY SUMMERS is willing to take on all-comers to shorten his rebuilding process as he bids to get back to winning ways tomorrow.
Running in rainy but cool conditions, Titus Ekiru and Vivian Kiplagat shattered the Italian all-comers records at the 19thGenerali Milano Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Race, on Sunday (7).
Contract notice: market for the treatment of all-comers / cumbersome of souleuvre-en-bocage and vire normandie
By IAAF.ORGKenyan teenager Rhonex Kipruto clocked the fastest 10km time ever on US soil at the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K in New York City's Central Park on SundayThe 18-year-old clocked 27:08 to eclipse the previous US all-comers mark of 27:11 set by Sammy Kipketer in New Orleans in 2002.
They will be throwing open their doors and encouraging all-comers to try sailing as part of a national Push the Boat Out campaign run by the Royal Yachting Association.
TOM BOYD'S back to take on all-comers and see if he can make more money for charity than William Hill's Owen Scott.
l The former England striker believes Chris Coleman's men can 'take on all-comers' between now and the World Cup in Russia.
Streetfighting man After winning his bout with Superman, Ali was happy to take on all-comers and this stunning piece of street art shows he was also invincible against the finest scrappers from the computer game Streetfighter.
Everton swimmer Mark Jones led the way, breaking seven all-comers records as well as picking up eight gold medals and a silver.
Guest athlete Chris Baker, who's still looking to clear the Olympic qualifying height of 2.29m, recorded a new all-comers record of 2.27m.
All-comers meet: An all-comers track and field meet will be held at 6 p.m.
THE Wheelathon, one of Bahrain's most popular charity fund-raising events, is getting a new spin with the introduction of a children's 'duathlon' event featuring some of the kingdom's most promising athletes taking on all-comers in competition.