Hurdling A good hurdler considers hurdling a fast sprint incorporating a few obstacles, rather than a series of jumps that ... The take-off distance should be two metres or more ahead of each obstacle so that the hurdlera#39;s momentum will carryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Running, Walking and Jumping|
|Author||:||Anne Innis Dagg|
|Publisher||:||London : Wykeham Publications ; New York : Crane, Russak - 1977|