scratch race

NOUN
  1. a race in which all contestants start from scratch (on equal terms)
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How To Use scratch race In A Sentence

  • Another British rider, Bradley Wiggins finished ninth in the scratch race - his first competitive outing since winning three medals in Athens.
  • The omnium is a multi-discipline event made up of five separate races. a 200-metre flying start time trial, a 5-km scratch race, a 3-km individual pursuit, a rediff.com
  • The Omnium, a six-discipline event, concludes on Sunday with the 15km scratch race and the 1km time trial.
  • The answer came when he rode the scratch race and won it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The answer came when he rode the scratch race and won it. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 2006 in Melbourne he competed in the scratch race and won gold. Times, Sunday Times
  • Teenager Jonathan Dibben won the scratch race, but ended up eighth overall in the men's omnium.
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