The High-Low Hurdles - which were used in both the UK and Australia during their original runs, and in Australia during the revival - consist of two high hurdles (called "Overs" in the Australian Revival) and two low hurdles (called "Unders"). Contenders must go over the high hurdles and under the low hurdles.
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