Johnny Dutch, center, a former track star at Clayton and the reigning national 400-meter hurdles champion, wants to make movies. Here he sets up a shot of actor Charles Hearn, left, with his cousin Taylor Currie, who helps record the sound as he shoots a horror film in Clayton.
Johnny Dutch, center, a former track star at Clayton and the reigning national 400-meter hurdles champion, wants to make movies. Here he sets up a shot of actor Charles Hearn, left, with his cousin Taylor Currie, who helps record the sound as he shoots a horror film in Clayton. cseward@newsobserver.com
Johnny Dutch, center, a former track star at Clayton and the reigning national 400-meter hurdles champion, wants to make movies. Here he sets up a shot of actor Charles Hearn, left, with his cousin Taylor Currie, who helps record the sound as he shoots a horror film in Clayton. cseward@newsobserver.com

National champ Johnny Dutch taking hurdles one at a time

September 08, 2014 11:34 AM

UPDATED September 09, 2014 04:56 PM

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