Short track is a phrase with several meanings:
- Short track motor racing, motor racing conducted on a track less than one mile in length
- Short track speed skating, a form of competitive ice skating similar to speed skating
Other articles related to "short track, short, track":
... The South Korea national short track team represents South Korea in international short track speed skating team relay competitions like the World ...
... Li joined China's national short track speed skating team in 1987 ... In 1988, when short track speed skating first appeared at the Winter Olympics in Calgary as a demonstration sport, she competed and won the 1000m and finished third in the 500m ... In 1992, after short skating sport became an official Olympic sport in Alberville, she won the silver medal in the 500m event, finishing 0.04 s behind Cathy Turner of ...
... Maple Skate manufactures mainly short and long track ice skates, Ranging from beginner high rise, plastic boot skates, to the 'top of the line', Comet Steel ... and that growth was only increased when eight out of eight Olympic Short Track speed skating gold medalists and five out of 12 Long Track gold medalist choose to use Maple skates in the Turin ... Maple manufactures four different lines of long track skates, and six lines of short track skates ...
... The South Korea women's national short track team represents South Korea in international short track speed skating team relay competitions like the World Championships and the ...
Famous quotes containing the words track and/or short:
“What joy when the insouciant
armadillo glances at us and doesnt
quicken his trotting
across the track into the palm brush.
What is this joy? That no animal
falters, but knows what it must do?”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“The child-rearing years are relatively short in our increased life span. It is hard for young women caught between diapers and formulas to believe, but there are years and years of freedom ahead. I regret my impatience to get on with my career. I wish Id relaxed, allowed myself the luxury of watching the world through my little girls eyes.”
—Eda Le Shan (20th century)