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- noun athletics A
track and fieldrunning event where the runners have to jump over a number of hurdles.
hurdlescollectively; frames of twigs, etc. for enclosing land
- verb Present participle of
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- noun a footrace in which contestants must negotiate a series of hurdles
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The IOC delegation, headed by Moroccan Nawal El Moutawakel, a Casablanca native who won an Olympic gold medal in hurdling in 1984, will ride horse-drawn carriages Wednesday to billionaire mayor Michael Bloomberg's swank Upper East Side apartment for drinks and dinner — and possibly hobnob with Donald Trump.
After training with the Olympian, who is passionate about getting kids off their bums, your youngsters won't necessarily become hurdling champions too, but they should have a new enthusiasm for sport and exercise – after trying mountain biking, kayaking, zip-wiring and more.
He followed the sound of the gun report, hurdling steps an entire flight at a time, as the smell of cordite stung his nose.
Preamble William 'The Refrigerator' Perry pulling in a touchdown pass; Charles Martin crossing Jim McMahon off his hit-list; Brett Favre hurdling a defender on his way to a 36-yard touchdown run on a Halloween-themed Monday night special.
One chased another to a far corner of the yard, then they raced back, hurdling a row of butterfly bushes with ease.
Hurricane Fly's sire, Montjeu, was a top-class Flat racer, who has imparted finishing speed to his hurdling son, but for it to be effective the jockey must apply it at the right moment to nullify the stamina of more traditionally bred jumping horses.
• Gelding remains third favourite for hurdling crown
The Sir Henry Cecil-trained Plato scored in the Flat race in March and has now embarked on a hurdling career for connections who will certainly have had their card marked about the horse's ability.
Oh, when he ran with me up the long-grass slopes, and down the long-grass slopes, it was like hurdling in a dream, for he cleared the grass at every bound, leaping like a deer, a rabbit, or a fox-terrier — you know how they do.
Giants 3 Jets 7, 4:43 2nd quarter Three and out again for the Giants, but this time Kerley comes up with a really nice return - hurdling defenders and spinning all in the same motion as he bursts down the left sideline before eventually being forced out at the halfway line.