TWO young Teesside powerboat enthusiasts battled through a tough field to finish well in a regional competition.
What does F2F stand for?
F2F stands for Field to Finish (surveying)
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We have 11 other meanings of F2F in our Acronym Attic
- FORTRAN To C Converter
- Freedom To Choose (UK)
- Freedom to Connect (conference)
- Furan-2-Carboxylate (chemical compound)
- Friendly Forces Coordination Center/Cell
- Future Fires Command and Control
- Fortran to Common Lisp
- Functional Flow Diagram Description
- Face To Face
- Family to Family (special needs children information and education organization)
- Fit To Fail (punk ska band)
- Foreningen 2 Foreldre (Norweigan: 2 Parents Association; est. 1985)
- Friend-to-Friend (computer network)
- Forecast to Finished Goods
- Family to Family Health Information Education Center (United Cerebral Palsy, Michigan)
- Free to Go (mobile phone package)
- Float to Integer
- First Two Layers (Rubik's Cube)
- Female to Male (transsexual)
- First to Market (economics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, Tynesidebased Ethiopian Yarod Hagos defied a fiveminute handicap to work his way through the 373-strong field to finish in 10th place and record the fastest time of the day.
Faye Calvert delivered the goods in the field to finish second in the hammer and pick up a victory in the discus B class while Gemma Llewellyn took the discus A class.
Rees kept well away from the leaders until the pass at Nat Peris was crossed and then gradually made his way through the field to finish fourth overall in an excellent time of 2 hours 43 minutes.
But the 33-year-old attacked the field to finish second behind Ekaterina Karsten of Belarus.
But he made a terrific run through the field to finish fourth so that was a good prep for the Melbourne Cup.