racing

IPA: rˈeɪsɪŋ

noun

  • The sport of competing in races.

Examples of "racing" in Sentences

  • Horse racing is sometimes dangerous.
  • The racing game was brutal in the 1930s.
  • This kind of racing is something we deal with a lot.
  • Cyclocross racing is not for those with minimalist tendencies.
  • The affable Prince was much liked in American horse racing circles.
  • The company is the most profitable track owner in the horse racing industry.
  • The only thing they ever did for us was fried chicken .... horse racing is boring. haha
  • As both trainer and owner, Dean tunes in to what she describes as racing's "new market."
  • Its almost time for the Tour de France and this type of bike racing is famous for drug abuse.
  • Dried mud from racing is not the same as a spa treatment and can start to burn or sting as it dries.
  • However, Carney said that his team would have focused more on Latin American racing in 2010 had his team known about the new requirements last year.
  • “Criterium-style bike racing is extremely popular in North America and the United States has many very talented criterium cyclists,” said USA Cycling CEO Steve Johnson.
  • The real opportunity for carbon footprint reduction in racing is likely not with the actual race event itself, but with educating the fanbase and actively promoting carbon footprint reduction within their ranks.
  • “The first objective of what I see as a three-year commitment to racing is to ride Quiznos and be the only person to compete in all three of its incarnations, Red Zinger, Coors Classic and Quiznos Pro Challenge,” Grewal told VeloNews on Friday.

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