So why has the sprint to the altar been replaced with a much slower gait?
Kate knows, unlike Diana, that this is a marathon not a sprint.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt won the gold medal in the 100-meter sprint on Sunday, clocking in at an extraordinary 9.63 seconds.
In the late 1990s, Christie went on a sprint to prove his goodwill to the Bush family.
sprint: Athletes run around trying to get a cellphone signal.
One night on the Alameda oyster-beds, I got ashore and headed back from the bay as fast as I could sprint.
It is like unhandcuffing a prisoner and saying: “sprint a bit, I can catch up to you.”
Well, Andy, arent some of your cylinders hot after that sprint?
He broke into a sprint, trying to stay away from the fatal touch.
I had to get dressed and sprint two miles to catch the train.
1560s, "to spring, dart," from Old Norse spretta "to jump up." Meaning "to run a short distance at full speed" first recorded 1871. Related: Sprinted; sprinting.
1865, from sprint (v.).