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SPRINT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Secondary Prevention Reinfarction Israel Nifedipine Trial that evaluated the effect of antihypertensive therapy with nifedipine, a short-acting CCB, in early management of Pts with possible acute MI. See Calcium channel blockers, Hypertension.
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"They're not just doing that because of their distance girls; they have state-champion hurdlers, (all-state) sprint relays, jumpers and throwers.
In fact, several studies have demonstrated the existence of significant linear correlations between vertical jumps (e.g., countermovement jump [CMJ], squat jump [SJ]), sprints at distances of 5, 10, 20, 30, and 40 m, and sprints with change of direction (e.g., Zig Zag Test [ZZT], Illinois Test, t-test) (4,7,11,16,19).
Comparison of sprint times revealed significant differences between sprints and repeated sprint times and the first and the last performance of repeated sprint (6.72%).
Punter: On receiving the snap, he should sprint to the right outside of the fullback's block.
Last year we had a defensive lineman decrease his electronic 10-yard sprint time from 1.99 seconds to 1.89 seconds in one practice session.
Top returnees: Therese Hein, sr., sprints, middle distance; Allison Loy, sr., sprints; Lilly Dean, sr., sprints; Ella Englehardt, so., sprints, jumps; Amanda Bricco, so., sprints; Viviana Ponce, so., sprints, middle distance; Lela Reid, so., sprints, throws; Marin Childers, middle distance, distance; Shaley Gonzalez, so., sprints.
John Dessoye Sprints, Long Jump Pittston Area HS Pittston
But Best could single-handedly derail such hopes by skipping hurdles -- as she did last year -- and again sweeping the three sprints at the conference meet.