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September 2, 2014 7:57 PM

National champion Johnny Dutch taking hurdles one at a time

At age 25, former Clayton High School hurdler Johnny Dutch is adjusting to getting older. His goal is to to remain among the world's fastest hurdlers long enough to qualify for the United States Olympic team that will travel to Rio De Janeiro in May 2016.

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