Event forgets final hurdle
MANCHESTER, England -- Running on home soil nearly two months before the London Olympics, Jessica Ennis thought she had produced a career best in the 100 meters hurdles -- until organizers discovered a major blunder.
Only nine hurdles had been set out instead of the regulation 10 at the Great City Games on Sunday.
Ennis described it as a "massive, massive mess up."
The Briton had clocked 12.75 seconds into a headwind to beat Olympic champion Dawn Harper and world silver medalist ...
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