high hurdles


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high hurdles

n
(Athletics (Track & Field)) (functioning as singular) a race in which competitors leap over hurdles 42 inches (107 cm) high
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David Oliver and Aries Merritt will headline the high hurdles at the 40th Pre Classic on May 31 at Hayward Field, pitting the two all-time greats against each other in a race that will also include 2011 world champion Jason Richardson, 2013 U.
Tyler has been outstanding in both the 400 and 110 high hurdles.
Morgan's opponents when the Taft of Woodland Hills junior finally puts together a complete race in the 110-meter high hurdles.
Polk always insisted that the 110 high hurdle race was very difficult for all runners, and that the reason that hurdlers hit so many of the last hurdles was that they were not conditioned to running full flights of high hurdles.
tax system raises very high hurdles compared to other countries," the report's authors concluded.
However, in Lausanne he pulled away from the duo to slice the biggest margin from the high hurdles record since Renaldo Nehemiah lowered it by 0.
Sotherton made a perfect start to her first heptathlon of the year, posting a lifetime best in the high hurdles of 13.
The Castleknock man, one of only three Irishmen ever to have broken 14 seconds for the high hurdles, will now be confident of securing the Olympic qualifying standard of 13.
approval of this new indication for medical marijuana would face some high hurdles.
As the lifeblood of the exchange, the technology infrastructure has to clear some high hurdles.
Nader had to file suit (with the help of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law) in five states to try to gain access to the ballot because they put such high hurdles in his way.