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Hurdling Into New Territory

April 17, 2012

By Brett Hoover, Armory Track

On the wake of Thursday's steeplechase clinic, conducted by Tom Nohilly at the New Balance Track & Field Center, Dr. Norb Sander, the executive director of the Armory Foundation, has announced the introduction of the indoor steeplechase to a series of high-profile Armory high school meets.

The indoor steeplechase will begin as a waterless one-Mile event in 2012-13, but depending on the events' success, The Armory will explore the introduction of water into future chases.

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