Everyone prepares for the steeplechase in their own way, from the Olympic champion who claims he never practices hurdling to Evan Jager, who works on his hurdle form every week. LetsRun.com consulted the experts to explore the differences between the top Kenyan and American steeplers and the importance of hurdle form.
Jerry Schumacher's assistant coach Dobert and Evan Jager talk about how Jager's fall and fast time in Paris last year put negative pressure on him and lead to his poor race at Beijing Worlds.
*Podcast Q&A With Evan Jager
Get the latest news from the April 1 press conference at Nike's headquarters where the BTC announced they've signed a strategically key athlete and Alberto Salazar unapologetically said he's planning more NOP doping experiments.