Articles related to hurdles
Illustrated Sprint Hurdles Technique - Track and Field - About.com
The high hurdles races – 100 meters for women and 110 meters for men outdoors, 60 meters for both genders indoors – are sprints, but they're also technical ...
Track & Field hurdle events - Track and Field - About.com
Aries Merritt: Record-setting Hurdler A summary of 110-meter hurdler Aries Merritt's track and field career. The Basics of the 300 Intermediate Hurdles Event
Introduction to Hurdles - Track and Field - About.com
Hurdling primarily requires speed and flexibility. Ideally, runners glide over the hurdles without breaking stride and with minimum loss of speed. Runners may ...
300 Intermediate Hurdles - Developing a Stride Pattern
Learn the importance of a good stride pattern in the intermediate hurdles event.
An Illustrated History of Hurdles - Track and Field - About.com
The 110-meter hurdles were an original event in the first modern Olympics in 1896. But those competitors jumped over the hurdles, rather then striding over them ...
Olympic Hurdles Basics - Track and Field - About.com
What are Olympic hurdles? Winners of these events require sprinter's speed plus precise technique as the competitors glide over their obstacles on their way to ...
How to Coach the 300 Intermediate Hurdles - Track and Field
Check out these tips for coaching young intermediate hurdlers.
Olympic Hurdle Events Rules - Track and Field
Equipment All Olympic hurdle races include 10 hurdles. In the 110, the hurdles measure 1.067 meters high. The first hurdle is set 13.72 meters from the starting ...
Learning the Hurdles (Track and Field for Beginners)
There's a reason that the hurdles are considered running events, rather than jumping events. Reduced to simple terms, the ideal hurdler will basically run the ...
The Basics of the 300 Intermediate Hurdles Event - Track and Field
Read about the intermediate hurdles event and find out the key qualities of a strong intermediate hurdler.