Traducción de countback en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈkaʊntbæk/ /ˈkaʊntbak/


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    forma de decidir un empate teniendo en cuenta la mejor puntuación en la última etapa de la competencia
    • A very closely contested competition resulted in countbacks having to be employed to decide the first three places.
    • Winner on a countback on 36 points was Richard Devon, ahead of Terry Tucker in second.
    • She did that in Madrid to tie with Bergqvist at 2.02 and win the World Cup gold on a countback.
    • Teare finished ahead of Steve Palat on a countback after Palat recorded rounds of 79 and 81.
    • The A Grade winner, Gordon Stovold, won on a countback, from Don Beck.
    • Graham Holmes continued a tour de force of Pattaya Golf with yet another Flight victory, this a countback over Steve Weller.
    • The winner was Tom Durbidge on a countback from Allan Thompson.
    • Su, who was a model for Christian Dior when she met her husband, actually tied with another woman in the regional final but won the countback on the last nine holes.
    • The A Grade winner was, Peter Smith, on a countback from Graham Fenton.
    • The A Grade winner was Harry Mackney on a countback from Dave Beaumont, both in the picture for the final round.
    • At the end they drew 42-42 and a countback of all the judges scores had to be done.
    • The C grade winner was Peter Swan beating Cyril Wary also on a countback.
    • He still had to wait out a countback with Jim Munns, the B Flight winner before he knew he had copped the big prize of the day.
    • The competitions were very tight last Saturday and Thursday with countbacks the order of the day, and you had to have 50 pts to win the major trophies.
    • This month's event was no exception and in the tightest of finishes, Ber Shelly emerged as the victor on a countback.
    • England's Ian Peel and Chris Dean took silver in the same event after losing out to Australia on a countback.
    • The club's September medal competition was a close run thing with nine players shooting a nett 67, but after countbacks the honour went to Martyn Robinson.
    • Tony Smith was third after a countback after sharing 37 points with Tom Sefton, Mick Addinall and Andrew Cooper.
    • Darwen had 38, but so had Swale AC so a section countback was ordered.
    • After drawing level on points with a desperate last flurry in the closing seconds of the final round, Lee was beaten on a countback of the punches thrown.