sprinted, past participle; sprints, 3rd person singular present; sprinting, present participle; sprinted, past tense;
Run at full speed over a short distance
I saw Charlie sprinting through the traffic toward me
An act or short spell of running at full speed
A short, fast race in which the competitors run a distance of 400 meters or less
the 100 meters sprint
A short, fast race or exercise in cycling, swimming, horse racing, etc
run very fast, usually for a short distance
dash: a quick run
Sprint Nextel Corporation is a telecommunications company based in Overland Park, Kansas. The company owns and operates the third largest wireless telecommunications network in United States, with 48.2 million customers, behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility.
The sprint or match sprint is a track cycling event involving between 2 and 4 riders, though they are usually run as a one-on-one match race between opponents who, unlike in the individual pursuit, start next to each other.
The Sprint was a two-stage, solid-fuel anti-ballistic missile, armed with a W66 enhanced radiation thermonuclear warhead. It was designed as the short-range high-speed counterpart to the longer-range LIM-49 Spartan as part of the Sentinel program. ...
Sprints are short running events in athletics and track and field. Races over short distances are among the oldest running competitions. The first 13 editions of the Ancient Olympic Games featured only one event – the stadion race, which was a race from one end of the stadium to the other. ...
A sprint is a basic unit of development in the Scrum development methodology and other agile development methodologies. Sprints tend to last between one week to a month, and are a "time-boxed" (i.e. restricted to a specific duration) effort of a constant length .
A sprint is a time-boxed period of software development focused on a given list of goals (but with variable scope). Sprints have become popular events among some Open Source projects. ...
A short race at top speed; A burst of speed or activity; To run etc at top speed for a short period
(Sprinting) Refers to short intense swims of usually not more than 100m
(Sprints (aka “fast pedal”)) You will take the resistance off (and your instructor may give specific directions) and then you will go as fast as you can.
(Sprints) Races under one mile.
(Sprints) Skating in small groups of about a half dozen over a distance of 500 m to 1500 m, skaters advance in a series of heats to a final round.
(Sprints) Sprint, in the context of Scrum, is the work units required to achieve one of the backlog items. These work units must ﬁt into a predeﬁned time box, meaning that the Sprint must be completed within a predeﬁned time period. ...
(sprints) British term for tubular tyres.
One of the four major U.S. carriers.
A race run over five-sixteenth of a mile or shorter distance.
A short race, usually 7 furlongs or less.
Describes the shorter events (50 and 100). In training, to swim as fast as possible for a short distance.
The last 500 meters of a race. Also refers to a race substantially shorter than 2,000 meters, or shorter than 1,500 meters in high school competition.
A meeting where people meet gather at a specific time to discuss and work on software development tasks. A code sprint is a typicial element of a Drupal event.
A sprint is a multi-day session of intense Zope 3 development organized around extreme programming (XP) ideas such as pair programming. (stolen from SprintSchedule which tells a lot more!)
The very high acceleration defensive missile used for "terminal defense". More information.
A straight canoe/kayak race on open, flat water.
Strategic Programme for Innovation and Technology transfer / Programme stratégique pour l'innovation et le transfert de technologies