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threepeat

(ˈθriːpiːt)
n
(General Sporting Terms) sport informal US a series of three consecutive victories or championships
[C20: blend of three + repeat]
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and we're already looking forward to a threepeat in 2018
Rene also wrote and acted on TBS' 'Ground Floor,' where he played a character named Threepeat.
And they dominated the singles to claim their first title since 2009, denying the Europeans their first threepeat.
After back-to-back wins, Colbert's beloved bloviating pundit courts the threepeat en route to Letterman's CBS gig.
At the end of the article, referencing the Kansas Threepeat title and already planning the next fall's success, the author posed the question "What will I call it next year?
OSU pins Pac-12 threepeat as seven Beavers get NCAA bids
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Hingis, the last woman to complete an Australian Open threepeat, backed the Belarussian to repeat her feat in the tournament, saying that it is possible for a multiple champion to attain success on the court again as it has good memories and feels like home to the player.
Punters will have their own ideas of who can sink Adrian Lewis's bid for a threepeat or end Phil Taylor's quest for world title No.
By the time Raina was dismissed for 73 off the final delivery by Shakib, Chennai had scored 104 off the last 10 overs, but Kolkata -- the most consistent team in the tournament -- made sure there was no threepeat for the Super Kings.
8220;I said last year that we were looking forward to a GoBigger threepeat, and we couldn't be more thrilled that we fulfilled that prediction on our home turf,” said Chris Curtis, CEO of GoVision.
It had been seven years since the Lakers' 2000-01-02 Threepeat, a short drought by most teams' standards but an eternity for owner Jerry Buss and the fans in light of all that happened - and almost happened - in that span.
Why don't they just call the channel BBC Threepeat and be done with it?