relay: Teams of four compete in a four-part race, 4x7.5km (30km total) for men and 4x6km (24km total) for women.
Pippa and and her brother are part of a team of eight cyclists, and will be riding three hours a day each in relay.
Which means he can relay a message in ways my father never could.
Teams generally race in a relay format with one racer always on the road.
They also make phone calls and relay data to third-party fitness apps such as MapMyRun.
As Dan figured it out, the boy Jacques undoubtedly had been assigned to relay the information to a member of the gang.
At the end of ten miles or so a relay mount was waiting for each rider.
And fortunately the relay was in its place again, and clicking, within the prescribed time.
A relay snapped, and instantly the ammeter jumped to read 4500 amperes.
Just as the clock reached zero, a relay closed behind the instrument panel.
late 14c., "hounds placed along a line of chase," from Middle French relai "reserve pack of hounds or other animals" (13c.), from Old French relaier "to exchange tired animals for fresh," literally "leave behind," from re- "back" (see re-) + laier "to leave" (see delay (v.)). The etymological sense is "to leave (dogs) behind (in order to take fresh ones)." Of horses, 1650s. Electromagnetic sense first recorded 1860. As a type of foot-race, it is attested from 1898.
c.1400, "to set a pack of (fresh) hounds after a quarry;" also "change horses," from Old French relaiier, from relai (see relay (n.)). Related: Relayed; relaying.