I'm going to back track on record, 18.1 was on the straight, Don Castronova, Steve Caminti and Earl McCullough. The turn record was 18.3, maybe by McCullough. The more I think about the low hurdle events the more I think they should be brought back. The hurdles are just fun and adding an event that requires raw speed and technical skill would be great. Everyone knows that high hurdlers must 3 step and the best intermediate hurdlers 13 step, but what does 20 yards between hurdles require? Start digging up the old, old coaching manuals. Does anyone know why they were dropped or lost favor?