outkick

outkick

(ˌaʊtˈkɪk)
vb (tr)
to exceed in kickingto kick out
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"My race plan going into it was, don't pass Codo too fast because he's got a crazy kick and I've just got to outkick him," said deBolt, also second in triple jump at 42-7 1/2.
Lawrence Cherono needed every bit of his speed to outkick Desisa in a sprint to the tape on Monday, passing him just steps away from the finish line to win the 123rd Boston Marathon in two hours, seven minutes and 57 seconds.
Travis is the host of FOX Sports Radio's Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis, and creator of the popular Outkick the Coverage blog.
Allen was first called on against the Eagles late in the first half and responded with a 56-yard boomer that was, unfortunately, returned 62 yards as he appeared to outkick the coverage.
Verdict Aidan O'Brien seems to have mastered this race using Group 1 middle-distance performers who can outkick the more dour staying types in the closing stages.
Impact's Jack Exley put a difficult first round behind him, using his reach to outkick and outpunch Scorpio's Dylan Yendal and win another Middlesbrough derby at the end of the third.
Davies banged over five immaculate penalties to outkick Maesteg's young Osprey Gareth Owen, who surprisingly did not go for goal with his side 22-21 down.
Cardiff's Mike Ward found enough speed at the finish to outkick Newport's Chris Carpanini and Swansea's Josh Griffiths to win the men's under-20 crown, but there was an upset in the women's race at the same age group.
"I just tried to stick with him and outkick him at the end."
On the last hill, he must have lost something, and I was able to outkick him down the stretch.
With my speed, I can outkick people I'm running with at the end.