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Letter from the Editor, August 2017

Letter from the Editor, August 2017
Letter from the Editor, August 2017 Hello readers, and welcome to the August 2017 edition of The Hurdle Magazine. While I was planning to provide some coverage and insight on this month’s World Championships in this issue, I’ve decided to hold off on that until next month, as giving a thorough review of all the...

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Cross-Training: How to Stay in Shape in the Off-Season

Cross-Training: How to Stay in Shape in the Off-Season
Cross-Training: How to Stay in Shape in the Off-Season By Melinda Burris Willms             August is here and this year’s track season has come to an end. During the interim between the season break and the beginning of fall training for the 2018 season, hurdlers need to focus on ways to stay in shape by...

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Seven-Stepping to Hurdle One: The Debate Continues

Seven-Stepping to Hurdle One: The Debate Continues
Seven-Stepping to Hurdle One: The Debate Continues by Steve McGill When Dayron Robles began the 7-step revolution back in 2008, it was hard to predict where his success would take the event in the future. Although he wasn’t the first to ever 7-step, he was the first to have enormous success with it – setting...

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Alex and Matt

Alex and Matt
Alex and Matt by Steve McGill This summer, two hurdlers that I coach, Alex Nunley and Matt Garrett, finished 1-2 in the youth boys 100m hurdles at the Junior Olympic National Championships in the last weekend of July. Alex set a new national age group record of 12.94, while Matt ran a very strong 13.24...

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Madi from Ohio

Madi from Ohio
Madi from Ohio by Steve McGill This summer has been a very busy one for me. I was expecting to devote the entire summer to finishing up the biography I wrote on 1972 Olympic 110m hurdle champion Rodney Milburn and preparing to send the completed manuscript to my publisher. While I have been working diligently...

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Liu Xiang’s World Record Race

Liu Xiang’s World Record Race
Liu Xiang’s World Record Race by Steve McGill For this month’s great race, let’s take a look back at the world record race that Liu Xiang ran back in 2006. Sure doesn’t seem like that took place eleven years ago, but it certainly did. Now I’ve never compiled a personal list of the greatest 110...

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300  Meter Repeats Workout

300  Meter Repeats Workout
300  Meter Repeats Workout by Steve McGill As we head into the off-season for anyone who is not at the elite level, it’s time to take a break for a few weeks before gearing up again for another season. I usually have my athletes begin their off-season training on September 1st, although I like for...

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