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criterium

Syllabification: cri·te·ri·um
Pronunciation: /ˌkrīˈtirēəm
 
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Definition of criterium in English:

noun

A one-day bicycle race on a circuit road course.
Example sentences
  • However, by following some basic guidelines, even an amateur club team can employ team strategy and tactics for one-day road races and criteriums.
  • And now that I've sampled the biggest stage races, criteriums and road races in North America, I think I'll step back and evaluate what kind of rider I am, where my strengths lie, and what I need to improve upon.
  • Twenty-seven competitors fronted the event, held at Enoggera in late April, to compete in a 60 km road race and a criterium.

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