CLEVELAND - If you go to Google Tuesday morning, you may find yourself quickly distracted.
As Olympians are going for gold in the hurdles, you can try your hand with the latest interactive Google doodle.
The ode to the Olympics features a play button in one of Google’s letters that lets you begin a hurdles game. The left and right arrow keys let you move, while pressing the space bar elevates you over the hurdles.
Once you finish, Google gives you your "Doodle Olympics" time. Be careful not to get too hooked though. You may wonder where the time went as you worked on perfecting your “craft.”
Americans Dawn Harper and Lolo Jones compete in what looks like a stacked field in Tuesday’s 100m hurdles final in London.
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