Running landing | Article about running landing by The Free Dictionary
A landing with substantial forward speed by a helicopter or V/STOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) aircraft.
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The Styford beat produced one salmon of 12lb on Monday and Graham Heaney of Wylam got his season up and running landing
a cracking 20lb-plus salmon in the Wylam Bridge Pool on a spinner.
Henderson added: "The injury is particularly galling because the sole purpose of running Landing
Light on the Flat was to freshen him up for the new season over hurdles.