first-place finish

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Noun1.first-place finish - a finish in first place (as in a race)
win - a victory (as in a race or other competition); "he was happy to get the win"
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Now almost a year later, McLain opened her senior year with a first-place finish at the West Frankfort Quad with a time of 19:41.
With his first-place finish in the kickoff phase, Meijers is just 45 seconds ahead of Go with an aggregate time of 7:59.00.
The Fuel Masters are on a hot romp from their first-place finish in the elims.
The first-place finish for Genesis in the 2018 APEAL Study represents a 15-point increase over its second-place finish in 2017.
It was their second first-place finish this show season.
A first-place finish for Zach would give him a total grand prize of more than $400,000 for his efforts this season.
Aditya has already bagged PS1,065 for his first-place finish, as 16 entries battled for more than eight hours into the early hours of Saturday morning.
A first-place finish in each pool will guarantee a berth in the quarterfinals, with the second and third place finishers in each pool needing to win a cross-over match, which will be played on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 December, in order to reach the last eight.
The staff of Missouri Lawyers Weekly won seven awards in the 2017 Missouri Associated Press Media Editors newswriting and photography competition including a first-place finish in the graphics category.
New Hampshire earned a fourth-place finish and the District of Columbia was fifth, courtesy of its first-place finish in the cost dimension, WalletHub reported.
Rubio's Puerto Rico victory follows a first-place finish Tuesday in Minnesota.