Competitor

Some articles on competitor, competitors:

Chute Dogging
... However, the competitor starts the event in a chute with the steer as opposed to on horseback ... When the chute opens, the competitor must bring the steer to a line ten feet from the chute and wrestle (or "dog") the steer to the ground ... Other falls are called "dog falls," and the competitor must either try to turn the animal's head to match its feet, or let the steer get up and start over ...
Steel Challenge - History
... In 2007 more than 220 competitors from the United States and around the world competed for a portion of the $390,000 in cash and prizes - the largest ... Competitors are scored based solely on the time it takes them to shoot each stage ... The maximum time permitted for a run is 30 seconds and a competitor will be stopped and asked to reload if they reach the 30 second limit ...
List Of Sasuke Stages - Obstacles - First Stage Obstacles
... Barrel Climb (1st - 7th Competitions) The competitor must jump over a small pit onto a staircase of logs that each freely rotate on a lateral axis, then climb to the next obstacle ... - 11th 28th - Current Competitions) The competitor must jump across 4 platforms that are angled 45° degrees toward the center of a water pit, and then jump to the platform at the end ... Hill Climb (12th Competition) The competitor must cross over two small hills which are at a 60° incline ...
List Of Sasuke Stages - Obstacles - Second Stage Obstacles
... The obstacle required the competitor to traverse the 1.2m-width space between two parallel walls without touching the ground ... In the version used from the 7th to the 17th Competition, the competitor had to travel up, across, and down two parallel walls in an upside-down "J" shape ... Tackle Machine (5th Competition) The competitor must push a 50kg weight down a tunnel to reach the exit to the next obstacle the spider walk ...

Famous quotes containing the word competitor:

    Competition is. In every business, no matter how small or how large, someone is just around the corner forever trying to steal your ideas and build his success out of your imagination, struggling after that which you have toiled endless years to secure, striving to outdo you in each and every way. If such a competitor would work as hard to originate as he does to copy, he would much more quickly gain success.
    Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)