He dashed and arrived in front of her.
Is there a way to combine the "dashed and arrived" into one word, or change the sentence so that only dashed is used but retains the original meaning?
He dashed in front of her.
That, to me, gives off a feeling that while being in front of her, he is dashing past her but not to the location that is "in front of her".
He dashed to the location that was in front of her.
That sounds too wordy to me, and it would be prefered if it was kept short with minimal words. I am aiming for something like example #2 (the shortest one), but that just simply doesn't sound too right.