DALLAS (BP)–Long jump is definitely an art. Athletes train themselves silly calculating steps, adjusting their running stride and fine-tuning their leap. It’s all about precision, strategy and, of course, who can soar over the most sand. Dallas Baptist senior Denny Giles has his own strategy when it comes to track and field events. Forget high knee drills, experimental jumping techniques and computer performance analysis. Giles goes for something even more radical.
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