four-peat


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four-peat

 (fôr′pēt′)
n.
The fourth consecutive championship or first-place finish by a single participant in a sports tournament or similar competitive enterprise.

[four + (re)peat, on the model of three-peat.]
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The Lions may have been coasting along this season, but Fernandez knows that it takes hard work to achieve his crew's ultimate goal of completing a four-peat.
The Fox River Valley Chapter NSDAR is the four-peat grand prize Winner of the DAR Spread the American Spirit Contest.
The four-peat seeking Red Lions ruled the boards, 46-33, and forced the Altas to 18 turnovers, which they translated into 26 points as opposed to just nine SBU turnovers.
The talent of rookie Eya Laure was in full display when she unloaded 25 points built on 21 attacks with none bigger than her match-sealing spike that broke the hearts of the four-peat seeking De La Salle side.
The 60-plus division included a rare four-peat by Billy Farber/Glenn Hall.
The juiciest part is his revelation that he would have made a run for a four-peat, that his former team had captured the Larry O'Brien trophy.
Obviously you think about the four-peat, but we knew we had our work cut out for us.''
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But apparently there's no change of heart for Gumabao now and it's final, she is no longer coming back at forefront of the Lady Spikers who will be launching their ambitious bid for a four-peat.
Stone wins, but OGA can't finish PNGA Cup four-peat
"Shrek Forever After," the only other four-peat in an animated series, also bowed better than its originator in the U.S., but trailed the franchise's second and third installments.
Widely considered the greatest female basketball player in the history of the sport, Swoopes has augmented her great natural gifts with a drive that has led her Women s National Basketball Association team, the Houston Comets, to the never-equaled feat of a "four-peat"--four national championships in a row.