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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.
Steeplechase running - Track & Field - About.com
An overview of steeplechase competition. ... Brian Diemer Interview - Preparing for the Olympic Steeplechase · Olympic steeplechase bronze medal-winner ...
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
The sport began as a race between towns - from one church steeple to another - with natural obstacles along the way. It entered the Olympics as a 3000-meter ...
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 ...
Steeplechase - Horse Racing - About.com
Charlotte Steeplechase Charlotte, NC, featuring the Queen's Cup. Cheltenham Racecourse Premier UK steeplechase track and home of the Cheltenham Gold ...
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) ...
The Best 2013 World Championship Women's Steeplechase and ...
Previewing the women's steeplechase and relay fields for the 2013 outdoor World Track and Field Championships.
History of the Iroquois Steeplechase - Nashville
The Iroquois Steeplechase has a rich history dating back to the pasture races in Middle Tennessee during the 1930s. In 1936, Marcellus Frost suggested to John ...
An Inside Look at the Iroquois Steeplechase - Nashville - About.com
Iroquois Steeplechase Photo Galleries Since 1941, Warner Parks has hosted the Iroquois - named for Pierre Lorillard's Iroquois, who was the first American ...