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hurdling

hur duh ling

  • n  a footrace in which contestants must negotiate a series of hurdles
  • v  jump a hurdle

  • Sports and games are hurdling borders as never before, in the process breeding fresh champions, creating new wealth, and changing forever the lives of individuals and the destiny .
  • 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.
  • Colonel Choate started out of his car, saw what was happening, and took off, high-hurdling through fenced yards until he was clear.
Quotes

  • Tony McCoy in Times Online
    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...
  • Johnny Murtagh in SkySports
    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."
  • Tamsyn Lewis in WA today
    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...

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