Some articles on runners:

FK Velež Mostar - Achievements
... National Championships Yugoslav First League Runners-up (3) 1972–73, 1973–74, 1986–87 Third place (3) 1965–66, 1969–70, 1985–86, 1987–88 Yugoslav Second League (second level) West Division ...
Lierse S.K. - Honours
... Belgian First Division Winners (4) 1931–32, 1941–42, 1959–60, 1996–97 Runners-up (2) 1934–35, 1938–39 Belgian Second Division Winners (2 ...
Athletics At The 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's 110 Metres Hurdles
... The top four runners in each of the initial six heats automatically qualified for the second round ... The next eight fastest runners from across the heats also qualified ... Those 32 runners competed in 4 heats in the second round, with the top three runners from each heat and the four next fastest runners qualifying for the semifinals ...
1992 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Winners
... Best Actor Denzel Washington - Malcolm X Runners-up Harvey Keitel - Bad Lieutenant and Al Pacino - Scent of a Woman Best Actress Emma Thompson - Howards End ...
Kevin Francis (footballer) - Honours
... Stockport County Football League Division Four Runners Up 1991 ... Football League Division Three Play-Off Final, Runners Up 1992, 1994 ... Football League Trophy Runners Up 1992, 1993 ...

Famous quotes containing the word runners:

    Why runners make lousy communists. In a word, individuality. It’s the one characteristic all runners, as different as they are, seem to share.... Stick with it. Push yourself. Keep running. And you’ll never lose that wonderful sense of individuality you now enjoy. Right, comrade?
    quoted in Guardian (London, Dec. 29, 1984)

    And Guidobaldo, when he made
    That grammar school of courtesies
    Where wit and beauty learned their trade
    Upon Urbino’s windy hill,
    Had sent no runners to and fro
    That he might learn the shepherds’ will.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    We need no runners here. Booze is law
    and all the Indians drink in the best tavern.
    Money is free if you’re poor enough.
    James Welch (b. 1940)