Starting Line

Starting line may refer to:

  • A position marking the beginning of a race.
  • The Starting Line, a pop punk band.

Other articles related to "starting line, starting, line":

Ben Skirving - Playing Career - Saracens 1999–2009
... were to be a handful of further first team appearances in the 2002–03 season both in the starting line up and from the bench ... Places in the starting line up were hard to come by in the succeeding two seasons, with competition from established players such as Taine Randell, however Skirving appeared with increasing regularity from the ... fair for Skirving to establish himself at the top level, making regular first team starting appearances and scoring his maiden try in the top flight ...
Statues (game) - Darumasan Ga Koronda
... Before play begins, a starting line is drawn, and the Oni stands at some distance away from the starting line, in front of a tree, wall, or other fixed object ... "hajime no ippo" (Taking the first step!) As this is shouted, the players on the starting line jump one step in any direction, but usually towards the Oni ...
Daniel Agger - Club Career - Liverpool - 2008–09 Season
... Agger stated after the match "I am almost starting my career at Liverpool all over again" ... Agger was in the starting line up in Liverpool's first game of the season against Standard Liège in the Champions League qualifiers ... After a month without playing, Agger returned to the starting line up against Crewe Alexandra in the League Cup ...
Mass Start
... Mass start is a format of starting in some events in athletics (track and field), such as a marathon race, speedskating or a long-distance cross country skiing competition ... But the large number of competitors makes it impossible to fit all of them at the same starting line ... all the athletes start at the same time, the gun time, and use the same starting line and same finishing line as those in the front of the pack ...

Famous quotes containing the words line and/or starting:

    For almost seventy years the life insurance industry has been a smug sacred cow feeding the public a steady line of sacred bull.
    Ralph Nader (b. 1934)

    The conviction that the best way to prepare children for a harsh, rapidly changing world is to introduce formal instruction at an early age is wrong. There is simply no evidence to support it, and considerable evidence against it. Starting children early academically has not worked in the past and is not working now.
    David Elkind (20th century)