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  • Halfmiler2
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    When is the last time someone contested the one-day ten event all-around?

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  • 26mi235
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    Originally posted by Marlow
    Here's my question: I ran 20.2 in the 180H and the school record was 25.3. ...
    25.2?

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by gh
    I ran it once in high school (around a curve). I thought it was a lot of fun; hurdles that a stubby guy could actually clear with decent technique!
    The 220H (straight) was the event I ran as a HS junior (1968), but then they switched to 180H (still straight). Here's my question: I ran 20.2 in the 180H and the school record was 25.3. I was given a tentative SR, but contend I would have easily broken the old record - I figure 24.8ish. Am I right??!! My SR was never broken because they subsequently switched to 300H, so I was rendered obsolete.

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  • gh
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    I ran it once in high school (around a curve). I thought it was a lot of fun; hurdles that a stubby guy could actually clear with decent technique!

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  • AS
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    Re: 100, 150, 300 and hurdles at Basel meet

    Originally posted by TrackCEO
    They also ran the 200-meter hurdles!
    That crazy event gets run a few times a year down in Australia (or more accurately up in Queensland).

    Sally McLellan ran 26.96 over them this year (an Aussie - Pam Ryan is reportedly still the WR-holder with her 25.7 from Nov 1971).

    See the all time Men's list (http://www.alltime-athletics.com/m_200hok.htm) for a rnage of performances from Darren Wolhslen (who had a 20.43A PR in 2000).

    But WR holder is Ottoz...

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  • TrackCEO
    started a topic 100, 150, 300 and hurdles at Basel meet

    100, 150, 300 and hurdles at Basel meet

    The day before some tall Jamaican ran 150 meters down the middle of a street somewhere, hundreds of sprinters and hurdlers of all ages competed in a Sprints/Hurdles meet in Basel, Switzerland:

    http://www.oldboysbasel.ch/files/result ... gliste.pdf

    They also ran the 200-meter hurdles!

    W50 Christine Müller of Switzerland set a world age-group record of 12.18 in the 80-meter hurdles, lowering her own WR of 12.23 from last year.

    Christine was IAAF Masters Female Athlete of the Year in 2008:
    http://www.masterstrack.com/blog/002843.html

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