hurdling hurdling  /ˈhɜr də lɪŋ/


  • (n) a footrace in which contestants must negotiate a series of hurdles



  1. Register, once part of the Army's World Class Athlete Program, didn't lose his leg during the war, but in a 1994 freak hurdling accident.
  2. Colonel Choate started out of his car, saw what was happening, and took off, high-hurdling through fenced yards until he was clear.
  3. Besides hurdling some personal obstacles, Clutterbuck overcame many business handicaps peculiar to Latin America.


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  1. McCoy said: "When I schooled him last week it was the first time he has hurdled like we know Binocular can - like a champion hurdler. He didn't have a good build-up this year. He has not been hurdling (well) all year, he's just done something funny...
    on Mar 16, 2010 By: Tony McCoy Source: Times Online

  2. "He's a nice horse and didn't take to hurdling that well," Murtagh said. "I like Chester - the hustle and bustle of it is very exciting - but you need a bit of luck. You can either go from hero to zero very quickly."
    on May 4, 2009 By: Johnny Murtagh Source: SkySports

  3. "Looking at the 400 hurdles and with the counsel of Marty Barrow, he was a great 110 hurdler, and he's certainly opened Tamsyn and my eyes to the difficulty of hurdling and how demanding it is," Lewis said. "The reason why the pool isn't as...
    on May 4, 2009 By: Tamsyn Lewis Source: WA today

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