no-jump

no-jump

A disallowed trial in the jumping events.
Translations

no-jump

[ˈnəʊˌdʒʌmp] Nsalto m nulo

no-jump

n (Sport) → Fehlsprung m, → ungültiger Versuch (beim Springen)
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It was definitely something I had to overcome," said Johnson-Thompson, who kept an image on her laptop screen saver of her last Beijing no-jump to drive her through winter training.
My speed is key and I have to just focus on keeping my head even if I no-jump.
However a fractional no-jump at the same event was reckoned to be in the region of eight and a half metres, and would have absolutely smashed his best mark.
However, he got it right on his first jump, but unfortunately it was a slight no-jump.
Realistically something bad is going to have to happen to Carolina or Eunice to put me up there - a no-jump or an injury.
Alarmed by reader defections, wounded by being branded as boring and limited by no-jump edicts and a sound-bite mentality, newspapers are hustling with renewed ferocity to bring greater creativity to shorter spaces.
I knew I was in good shape after I jumped a long no-jump of about 15.
My second jump was a good one but it was a no-jump so I'm out now and the other guys are still on the television.
The text-and-graphic blocks, as well as the no-jump philosophy, he introduced in 1970 as the first editor and publisher of the Puerto Rican tabloid El Nuevo Dia were soon copied throughout Latin America.
The 36-year-old, who has twice won silver at the Games, looked down and out after a mediocre first effort and then a no-jump.
I thought it might have been a no-jump because I hit the board so well.