long-distance runner

  1. someone who participates in long-distance races (especially in marathons)
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How To Use long-distance runner In A Sentence

  • You need stamina to be a long-distance runner.
  • She is a long-distance runner, and she likes to run marathons.
  • And he was a keen long-distance runner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Long-distance runner Bill Emmerton once saw himself in the chain of life stretching over many generations.
  • Fransis excels as a long-distance runner.
  • The accompanying photographs, shot at locales for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, succinctly depict the loneliness of where the long-distance runner once strode.
  • a long-distance runner
  • As a long-distance runner, she's in a class of her own.
  • He said it was not strange for long-distance runners to experience hallucinations on the trail.
  • A record-breaking sprinter in his youth - his collegiate mark in the 60-yard dash stood for decades - he has revealed, in his first term, the tirelessness, stamina and patience of a long-distance runner.
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