6 With a runner
on second base and one out, the defensive team's infield is playing at normal depth.
up: Liza Akhter (Bangladesh) score 7 over.
There are other explanations we've heard over the years about why we think we need to change runner
sizes at every branch.
Some of the thousands of runners
who took part in the Sport Aid run in Cardiff in 1986 |are greeted by Cardiff Lord Mayor Norman Lloyd Edwards
The winners were: Winter Competition Liz Nicholson, runner-up Antoinette Paxman; Whiteley Bowl Celia Mansfield, runner-up Suzanne Wilcox; Mary Sheard Trophy Angela Haygarth, runner-up Anne Taylor, Pam Page Foursomes Victoria Kelly & Bethany Prince, runners
up Sarah Arrowsmith & Andrea Hillaby; Charles Hughes Trophy Antoinette Paxman, runner-up Louise Field; 29-36 Trophy Clare Buxton, Becky Broadhead Trophy Liz Armitage & Andrea Hillaby, Nora Sample.
Venting is a good practice throughout the entire mold, so remember to vent the end of the runners
. In nearly all gating system designs, the runner
is the first place metal can be slowed down after gravity has vigorously pulled it from the ladle, through the pouring basin and down the sprue.
Most rubber mold designers use one of three or four main geometric shapes for the cross-section of the runner
. These include:
"Antonio di Somma, is one runner
who started running only in 2004 and in his first run with us I nearly had to carry him home after doing a 24km.
Galen Rupp: The UO runner
won his semifinal of the 5,000 in 13:59.14.
For example, we might say that we want every runner
to complete the 800 meters in single file and under two minutes forty seconds.
FULL RESULTS: Boys eight and under - winner James Parkin, runner
up James Bromham.
The other new product is a purging agent that acts by a novel process of "molecular cavitation," which is said to clean the screw and hot runner
safely and more effectively than standard purging materials.