skip to content

Displaying 1-10 of 82
  • Antyukh triumphs in 400m hurdles - full replay | Video

    Antyukh triumphs in 400m hurdles - full replay

    London 2012 - Natalya Antyukh recorded a 400m hurdles personal best of 52.70 to finish just 0.06 outside the Olympic record held by 2008 champion Melaine Walker, with USA's Lashinda Demus setting a season's best of 52.77 to take silver. Watch the final in full.
  • Sanchez takes back 400m hurdles crown - full replay | Video

    Sanchez takes back 400m hurdles crown - full replay

    London 2012 - Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic recaptures the 400m hurdles title at the ripe age of 34 - eight years after he first won gold in the event. Watch his astonishing achievement in full.
  • Los Angeles 1984 Athletics women 400m hurdles | Video

    Los Angeles 1984 Athletics women 400m hurdles

    The 400m hurdles for women made its Olympic debut at the 1984 Los Angeles Games. In the final, El Moutawakel led from start to finish and improved her personal best by 0.76 seconds. El Moutawakel’s achievement made her the first woman from an Islamic nation to win an Olympic medal and the first Moroccan athlete of either sex to win a gold medal. In 1998, El Moutawakel was chosen to be a member of the IOC.
  • Antyukh triumphs in 400m hurdles - highlights | Video

    Antyukh triumphs in 400m hurdles - highlights

    London 2012 - Natalya Antyukh recorded a 400m hurdles personal best of 52.70 to finish just 0.06 outside the Olympic record held by 2008 champion Melaine Walker, with USA's Lashinda Demus setting a season's best of 52.77 to take silver.
  • David Burghley Wins 400m Hurdles Gold by a Fingernail | Video

    David Burghley Wins 400m Hurdles Gold by a Fingernail

    At the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics, David Burghley of Great Britain captures the 400m hurdles Olympic title by two tenths of a second. Burghley finishes first in 53.4 seconds, setting a new Olympic record. American Frank Cuhel crosses the finish line in 53.6, settling for the silver medal. Morgan Taylor of USA earns the bronze medal. Athletics 400m Hurdles Men's Final - Amsterdam 1928 Summer Olympics - David Burghley (GBR), Frank Cuhel (USA), Morgan Taylor (USA)
  • Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada | Video

    Kirani James wins 400m hurdles gold for Grenada

    London 2012 - nineteen-year-old Kirani James stormed to 400m gold tonight, recording a winning time of 43.94 and bringing Grenada its first-ever Olympic Games medal.
  • Morgan Taylor’s first Olympic Gold - 400m Hurdles | Video

    Morgan Taylor’s first Olympic Gold - 400m Hurdles

    American hurdler Frederick Morgan Taylor competed in his first Olympic Games in Paris 1924. Having broken the world record during the United States Olympic Trials, he was a favourite for the gold medal. And he didn’t disappoint.   Morgan Taylor ran the 400 meter hurdles in 52.6 seconds, beating the previous world record. However, following the rules of the time, as Taylor had knocked down a hurdle; the world record was not officially recognized, but the victory was confirmed.   In the 1924 Olympic Games, Frederick Morgan Taylor won what would be the first of his three Olympic medals, with two bronze ones he would win in following Summer Games.
  • Los Angeles 1984 Athletics men 400m hurdles | Video

    Los Angeles 1984 Athletics men 400m hurdles

    Edwin Moses was a truly remarkable hurdler who completely dominated his event for a decade. After having won gold in Montreal, he returned for the 1984 Los Angeles Games and won a second gold medal.
  • Felix Sanchez Flows Over the Hurdles to Win Gold | Video

    Felix Sanchez Flows Over the Hurdles to Win Gold

    Flowing over the hurdles, Felix Sanchez achieves his golden goal, winning the first 400m hurdles gold medal for Dominican Republic. Sanchez crosses the line in just 47.63, less than a second ahead of Danny McFarlane of Jamaica. Naman Keita claims the bronze medal in 48.26 seconds. Athletics 400m Hurdles Men's Final - Barcelona 1992 Summer Olympics - Felix Sanchez (DOM), Danny McFarlane (JAM), Naman Keita (FRA)
back to top Fr