Heading into the IAAF World Championships in China, Emma Coburn takes us inside the steeplechase and what sets her a part from the
Learn more about the skill and endurance involved in the event.
The two-time American U.S. in the steeplechase considers himself to be a man of the people.
There’s nothing more ungraceful than an athlete missing the steeplechase jump and landing face first in the water on the other side
In just over a year, the American has become a world-class steeplechase runner.
Kenya is expected to dominate.
The 1996 Olympic marathoner is coaching now.
She finally made the Kenyan team.
The Colorado senior-to-be is continuing a strong steeplechase tradition.
She is now 21st on the U.S. all-time list for that event.