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hurdle in Other sports topic

hurdlehurdle2 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]JUMP to jump over something while you are running He hurdled the fence and ran off down the street.2 [intransitive]DSO to run in hurdle raceshurdler noun [countable]hurdling noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
hurdleRonald Reagan, born 35 years before Clinton, had different obstacles to hurdle.But it was Lieutenant Harvey who was still leading the charge as he hurdled elegantly over the wire and into no-man's-land.He even hurdled Garrett at the Cowboys' 20-yard line.As the bell sounded to denote my last lap, I decided to hurdle the barriers.Barrett hurdled the fence and ran down the street.Christie, involved in an angry bust-up with reporters and photographers on Friday, hurdled two steel barriers to avoid questions afterwards.