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sprintfaster than someone else.
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Riders from Greipel's Team Columbia took charge a mass dash to the finish, allowing the powerful German rider to outsprint his rivals.
Yes, an NFL defensive back running backward — or at least the Seattle Seahawks 'Marcus Trufant — can outsprint a Corvette in reverse.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance so I'll definitely try and outsprint Alistair.
-- QuickStep sprinter Gert Steegmans on his failed attept to outsprint stage winner Cavendish, via cyclingnews. com.
Had to login too - Like trying to outsprint Boonen on the Bologna 36-er...
Ineftitude: Getting in Touch with your Inner Lizard BikeSnobNYC 2009
Defrasne, who skied in Bjoerndalen's slipstream for the final, grueling kilometer uphill, stumbled at the top as he turned onto the straightaway but recovered in time to outsprint Bjoerndalen, who settled for his second silver medal, finishing 2.7 seconds behind Defrasne's winning time of 35 minutes, 20.2 seconds.
Halfway to the gate, he knew he could outsprint him.
Imagine Mark McGwire trying to bash a home run off a brother in the World Series, Marion Jones trying to outsprint a sister at the Olympics, or Lance Armstrong pedaling through the Pyrenees against a sibling in the Tour de France.
Farah put his track speed to good use to outsprint Ethiopia's Gebre Gebremariam in a tight finish.
Yes, though greyhounds can outsprint almost anything on the planet and out-accelerate a sports car, they're actually a lovably lazy breed - the "70kmh couch potatoes" that greyhounds owners speak of.
Stuff.co.nz - Stuff By NICK BARNETT 2010