Translation of finishing line in Spanish:

finishing line

noun

British

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    • We do know that when you cross the finish line in a race first, you're the best person in that race.
    • Points were awarded to the first four riders crossing the finish line at each points lap.
    • At this point we only hoped that we would cross the finish line before lurching to a complete stop.
    • The only time I enjoy it is when I cross the finish line first on a Sunday.
    • Three men from Chippenham raced through the finish line at the New York Marathon, achieving a life long dream.
    • His objective was to complete the race and reach the finish line, and he did.
    • It's like running a hundred yard dash and getting knocked down by the tape at the finish line.
    • When I crossed the finish line today I knew it had been a great team effort.
    • I am very pleased to have crossed the finish line on my home circuit in front of the celebrating mechanics.
    • However, his impressive performance during the race saw him cross the finish line in 4th.
    • When an elated Oxford crew crossed the finish line, Cambridge were two lengths behind.
    • Her efforts have been slightly marred by a hip injury but she's still determined to cross the finish line in good time.
    • But almost all of the 38 boats that started the race sailed past the finish line.
    • Muscles tensed and eyes peeled, they push off for another dash and cross the finish line.
    • He heard the bell ring for the last 200m, kicked, and slowed to a jog after crossing the finish line in first.
    • Two cyclists race head-to-head, playing a waiting game, with the first to cross the finish line the winner.
    • It's a matter of mind over body, the drive to cross the finish line at all costs.
    • We all want to be the one to cross the finish line with our arms thrown high in victory.
    • Points are awarded to the winner based on how much further ahead he was at the cross of the finish line.
    • After I crossed the finish line, I phoned my wife to tell her I had finished in one piece.