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@Satya Swaroop Dash • 07 Aug, 2012
As you might be aware that Google is putting new Doodles everyday based on various Olympics sports. Just yesterday, users noticed it had the landing of Curiosity Rover hidden in the doodle that was made for the Javelin event. Today Google brought its first interactive doodle for the Olympics that lets you run a 110m hurdle race. All you have to do is to head over to the site and click on the play button. Then you will be given the instructions to play the game. Right and left arrows are for running and you have to use the spacebar to jump across the hurdles. For playing this game you must have a HTML5 capable browser.

This doodle will be featured on Google's homepage only today(7<sup>th</sup> August 2012) and if you are late, no worries you can head over to the doodles page in Google to play the game at a later date.  The fastest time in the hurdles race is 12.87 seconds for men and 12.21 seconds for women. Let us know how many of you have managed to break the record.

Source: Digital Trends Via Google

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