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Loren Seagrave: Technical Analysis of the 100m Hurdles (Part 2)

Loren Seagrave presents in Cardiff as part of the England Athletics series of National Coaching Conferences on Technical Analysis of the 100m Hurdles. He discusses various aspects of the event and the areas he emphasizes as part of his programme, differences between the mens and womens events and demonstrates a progression of drills he uses to implement his race model.

Seagrave has won four NCAA Track and Field national championships at Louisiana State University and has worked with over fifty Olympic and World Championship medalists, National and World record holders, and Collegiate All-Americans.  Amongst his charges have been Donovan Bailey, Andre Cason, Dawn Sowell, Sheila Echols, and Gwen Torrence.  Coach Seagrave's coaching experience includes other sports such as football, baseball, soccer, basketball, and ice hockey. Since 1998 he has as a speed and conditioning coach with the Atlanta Falcons, and has consulted regularly with the Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and other NFL teams. Amongst others he is currently working with British sprinter Joice Maduaka and long jump world champion Dwight Phillips. 

Other parts in the series:

Loren Seagrave: Technical Analysis of the 100m Hurdles (Part 1)

Loren Seagrave: Technical Analysis of the 100m Hurdles (Part 3)

  • Uploaded: 03.10.2012
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