postrace

postrace

(ˌpəʊstˈreɪs)
adj
(General Sporting Terms) designating the period after a race
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
For her part, Paula Moya offers a comparative reading of Diaz and African-American poet Audre Lorde in order to show Diaz's indebtedness to women-of-color feminism from the 1980s and '90s, and also to pose a critique of what she calls our "so-called postrace moment" in which the category of identity has fallen into disuse as a critical tool ("Dismantling the Master's House: The Decolonial Literary Imaginations of Audre Lorde and Junot Diaz," 232-33).
Hamilton, 32, heads to his home grand prix at Silverstone this weekend on the back foot and his demeanour in his postrace television interviews in Austria suggested he was feeling the pressure.
Talking about his postrace discussions with team-mate Valtteri Bottas and Mercedes head of motorsport Toto Wolff, Hamilton said it was good to be able to address the issues head on.
Mullins' Be My Royal had won the race - run yesterday under its new banner for the first time - 15 years ago, but was disqualified after a contaminated food supply led to traces of morphine showing up in his postrace sample.
Runners will also enjoy a postrace reception and massage and will receive a thank you card designed by Daniel.
Ferrari stoked the rivalry further by headlining their triumphant postrace press release with an ironic play on words.
After it failed postrace scrutineering, the fourth-place finishing Rebellion Racing car was excluded from race - moving Webb and ByKolles up to fourth in the final results.
Fairyhouse Justin O'Hanlon A QUIET Wednesday at Fairyhouse would not often be the venue for raucous postrace scenes, but the Niccolai Schuster Racing Club did their best to raise the roof after their mare Ellie Mac landed the opening novice chase.
Hamilton finished 11th - upgraded to ninth after Alfa Romeo pair Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi were hit with 30-second penalties for torque irregularities postrace - as the Brit crashed, span off, had a slow pitstop, missed a bollard on the way to the pitlane and picked up a penalty.
The call was taken by James Vowles, Mercedes' chief strategist, and Hamilton got his own back by drenching him, and Mercedes' chief race engineer Andrew Shovlin, in champagne midway through the team's postrace debrief.
It was done separately to the usual postrace anti-doping procedures and involved taking a small amount of blood from the rider's fingertip.
The Cork brothers (above) gained worldwide prominence during the 2016 Rio Olympics after giving a series of comical postrace interviews.