Finish Line

Finish Line

(The) Finish line may refer to:

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Other articles related to "finish line":

... The finish line is near the base of the Grand Teton at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, one of America's top ski destinations ... to recreational cyclists who just want to cross the finish line and live to tell the tale ... From 1983 to 1985, LoToJa’s distance was 186 miles (299 km) and the finish line was in the town of Jackson ...
Finish Line - Other Uses
... The line in which a race ends Finish Line, Inc ... the second largest athletic retailer based in the United States ...
Presidents Race - Live-action Racing - Teddy's Losses - A New Entry
... when both went down and George got back up and cross the finish line to win his second race ... right-field foul territory back to center field towards the finish line ... wall, until Teddy pushed George down leaving Teddy and Bill towards the finish line with the latter won by a belly ...
Assault (Gladiators) - International Differences
... half of Season 1, contender safety stations, with a finish line located at the end ... A short wall offered protection when contenders were running to the finish line after the finish line was introduced after the first half of Season 1 ...
Super Asurada AKF-11 - Plot
... and gets his engine blown up right before the finish line ... the overuse of gas, his car stops right before the finish line ... Shinjyo walked out and pushes the car to the finish line in fifth place ...

Famous quotes containing the words finish line, line and/or finish:

    An accurate charting of the American woman’s progress through history might look more like a corkscrew tilted slightly to one side, its loops inching closer to the line of freedom with the passage of time—but like a mathematical curve approaching infinity, never touching its goal. . . . Each time, the spiral turns her back just short of the finish line.
    Susan Faludi (20th century)

    What comes over a man, is it soul or mind
    That to no limits and bounds he can stay confined?
    You would say his ambition was to extend the reach
    Clear to the Arctic of every living kind.
    Why is his nature forever so hard to teach
    That though there is no fixed line between wrong and right,
    There are roughly zones whose laws must be obeyed?
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Take a look at them. All nice guys. They’ll finish last. Nice guys. Finish last.
    Leo Durocher (1906–1991)