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Introduction to the Steeplechase - Track & Field - About.com
Steeplechase races are generally 3000 meters long and require a combination of Track & Field skills, including speed, endurance, strength and flexibility.
Olympic Steeplechase Rules - Track & Field - About.com
The hurdles are .914 meters high for men's events and .762 meters high for the women's steeplechase. The hurdles are solid and cannot be knocked over, but ...
An Illustrated History of Steeplechase - Track & Field - About.com
A photographic history of steeplechase. ... The early days of steeplechase. - IOC Olympic Museum/Allsport/Getty Images. Volmari Iso-Hollo at the 1936 Olympics.
Men's 3000-Meter Steeplechase Olympic Medalists - Track & Field
The gold, silver, and bronze medal winners in the men's 3000-meter steeplechase from the Summer Olympic games (Note: the 1932 race was 3460 meters long) ...
Olympic Steeplechase Essentials - Track & Field - About.com
He became a steeplechase runner. The event that began as a race from the church steeple in one town to the church steeple in another has evolved into a ...
Virginia Gold Cup 2015 Steeplechase Races - Washington, DC
The Virginia Gold Cup is one of the nation's largest steeplechase races and is held each spring in the heart of Virginia horse country near the Blue Ridge ...
Greatest Moments In Olympic Steeplechase
The greatest moments and top achievements in steeplechase from the first Olympic steeplechase competition in 1920 to Athens in 2004.
Steeplechase - Horse Racing - About.com
Steeplechase Guide picks. Breeders' Cup Steeplechase Back after a 7 year hiatus, the championship event for North American steeplechasers.
History of the Iroquois Steeplechase - Nashville - About.com
The Iroquois Steeplechase has a rich history dating back to the pasture races in Middle Tennessee during the 1930s. It all began in 1936 when Marcellus Frost ...
Women's 3000-Meter Steeplechase Olympic Medalists - Track & Field
The Women's 3000 meter steeplechase Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners from the Olympic Games.