One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Get into one's stride or find good form, especially in sporting contexts.
- ‘He finally got untracked with a 76-yard touchdown drive, connecting on four straight passes.’
- ‘The Cardinals did not get untracked the rest of the week, managing 12 hits and four runs while losing the next two games.’
- ‘The more the field is stretched against a Gophers secondary that has struggled at times, the easier it will be for the freshman running back to get untracked.’
- ‘For West Texas another season had gone by in which its men's team never really got untracked.’
- ‘The popular Philly veteran was a 3-1 underdog but he never allowed Trinidad to get untracked and capped the sensational TKO victory with a knockdown in the 12 th round to take the WBA crown.’
- ‘Eventually, he got untracked and had his best day as a pro, carrying 30 times for 150 yards, a personal and team record.’
- ‘Evening Attire never got untracked in his seasonal debut on June 11 at Belmont, when he finished sixth, 15 3/4 lengths behind Limehouse in the Brooklyn Handicap.’
- ‘Though he could wind up with 30 home runs, he never really got untracked after having off season knee surgery.’
- ‘The team's potent running game has not been able to get untracked.’
- ‘He, meanwhile, never got untracked, in large part because of the defense.’
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