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Now George Nupkins, Esquire, the principal magistrate aforesaid, was as grand a personage as the fastest walker would find out, between sunrise and sunset, on the twenty-first of June, which being, according to the almanacs, the longest day in the whole year, would naturally afford him the longest period for his search.
Which lane do you think is the fastest for any 200-meter runner in a race against other runners?
THREE of Bahrain's top athletes have registered some of this year's fastest marks in their respective disciplines, according to the lists of world leading times for 2007 made available by the International Association for Athletics Federations (IAAF), writes Patrick Salomon.
Team Penske's Helio Castroneves was the fastest driver during the two test sessions at Daytona International Speedway on Wednesday.
Brian paid tribute to the success of the companies in this year's Fastest 50 and called for businesses to sign up to the paper's campaign for prompt payments to be made to their fellow companies.
DHL, the world's leading logistics group, honored Sebastian Vettel with this year s DHL Fastest Lap Award during a special ceremony at the final Grand Prix of 2013; the FORMULA 1 GRANDE PREMIO PETROBRAS DO BRASIL 2013 on November 24.
150 runners were provided with on-the-spot verification as they attempted to break records ranging from the Fastest Marathon Juggling a Football to the Most Rubik's Cubes Solved Whilst Running a Marathon.
Topping this year's list is Newtown-based construction firm EvaBuild, which took the Fastest Growing Firm Award, sponsored by Capital Law, after achieving a growth rate of 733.
SGI has the fastest single computer with a score of 772.
THE excitement is mounting as the countdown continues to the unveiling of the North East's fastest growing companies.
Johnson is pictured with prizewinners (from left) Ian Cooper (hill climb, senior road race), Andy Turner (Five Star runner- up, fastest 25 miles runner-up), Tim Puffer (Five Star winner, fastest 25, 50 and 100m, best all-rounder), Frank Gudger (Handicap League runner- up), Wayne Hughes (fastest veteran 10m, veteran 25m runner-up), guest Maxine Johnson, Mike Deamon (fastest veteran 25m), Mark Crofts (hill climb runner-up, fastest 10m runner-up, handicap 10m runner-up), David Warren (25m championship, fastest 10m, fastest 50m runner-up), Tony Harris (handicap10m, handicap 25m, Ian Hogkinson (schoolboy 10m).