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track shoe

either of a pair of light running shoes fitted with steel spikes for better grip
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But Lawrie changed into track shoes and went back to hole a two-foot par putt in a 69 for three-under par - just one shot shy of playing all four rounds.
"I'm sure there are many women who could put me to shame, even after a night on the town, if only they would don track shoes and give it a go!
Equipped with 33-inch track shoes, the 335F L CR limits over-the-side tail swing to just 7 inches; a heavy counterweight enhances overall stability and provides lift capacities up to 41,500 pounds.
A wide range of wear packages and buckets are available to suit various densities and applications, and different track shoes can be ordered to meet specific ground condition requirements.
There were runners without shorts, spikes or track shoes, swimmers without goggles or proper trunks, athletes who had to customise old NHS wheelchairs and field eventers without tracksuits.
Since adidas was the official shoe sponsor, this meant that Manzano was forced to take down a Facebook photo of his Nike track shoes or face Rule 40 discipline, which could include financial penalties or "ultimately, disqualification." Manzano removed the photo from his Facebook page and added a message: "1 am very disappointed in Rule 40 of the USOC as I just had to take down my picture of my shoes and comments about their performance."
In 1964, Philip Knight and Bill Bowerman began selling track shoes in the U.S.
I remember at the time we used to call it rioters' gear, because they [the rioters] would be in training shoes, track shoes and a vest, and a baseball bat, or some other big stick of wood.
We got out of the van, and we had batons, and my wooden baton is about 18 inches long and then we just sort of ran at these people, and I remember chasing a particular guy across some wasteland, and I remember distinctly because I''ve got all this heavy-duty kit on that wasn''t much use, but weighed me down, and I remember at the time we used to call it rioters'' gear, because they (the rioters) would be in training shoes, track shoes and a vest, and a baseball bat, or some other big stick of wood.
Elvan lent her spare track shoes to Ethiopian athlete Meselech Melkamu (who forgot her own shoes) during the World Athletics Championships in Berlin last year, and Melkamu won silver medal.
The entryway also features display cases filled with corporate artifacts, including a pair of Steve Prefontaine's track shoes and a waffle iron similar to the one that former University of Oregon track coach Bill Bowerman used to create his shoes' trademark waffle soles (the original waffle iron was thrown away after it was ruined during shoe manufacturing).
Helping maintain the operating efficiency of Caterpillar's lifting equipment and light crane systems at its steel track shoes facility in Skinningrove on Teeside is the maintenance services division of MORRIS MATERIAL HANDLING--one of the UK's leading lifting services provider.