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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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Sydney, Jan 21 ( ANI ): Swiss legend Martina Hingis has backed defending Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka to reprise her 'threepeat' feat at the first Grand Slam of the year.
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Hoping to "threepeat" in the Super Doubles, Sal Cataudella/Steve Kraft made quick work, 21-3, 21-4, of Bernie Convery/Charles Moonjian in the semis and faced Dan Flickstein/Dennis Uffer in the final.
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Now Zaluska knows defeat to Motherwell on Tuesday will tee up an 'threepeat' when the Arabs host Gers a day later.
He is priced at 9/4 for what the Americans call his 'threepeat' bid.
Why don't they just call the channel BBC Threepeat and be done with it?
That kept Genesys ahead of the competition en route to a threepeat.
TENNIS: Rafael Nadal has his eyes on a "threepeat" in the Open Seat after extending his clay court winning streak to 68 matches with an emphatic 6-1, 6-2 victory over Kristof Vliegen of Belgium yesterday.