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Race, RACE or "The Race" may refer to:


  • Race (biology), an informal taxonomic classification within a species, generally within a sub-species
  • Race (human categorization), a social construct used to classify human beings by phenotype, ancestry, or ethnicity
  • Race (fantasy), classification of fictional species in the fantasy genre
  • Race, uncommon alternative term for breed, a classification of domesticated fauna and sometimes flora


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Science and technology

Other uses

  • RACE (automobile association), an automobile association in Spain
  • Race (bearing), a part of a mechanical device
  • RACE (container) or Railways of Australia Container Express, a slightly wider version of the standard ISO shipping container
  • Mill race, millrace, or millrun, the current of water that turns a water wheel, or the channel (sluice) conducting water to or from a water wheel
  • Tidal race, a fast-moving tide passing through a constriction
  • Racing Academy and Centre of Education, a jockey and horse-racing industry training centre in Kildare town in the Republic of Ireland

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