|The air-born phase of the broad jump.|
Sometimes we see them in training late at night.
It's all track and field events -- no team sports.
It was our good fortune to capture a few images of one of these athletes practicing the broad jump.
Scope out this athlete's form -- the extended whiskers, erect ears, flexed forepaws and symmetrically poised hind feet.
The straight back and gracefully arched tail show the ballistic perfection of the bullet--shaped body.
This Olympian demonstrates gold metal form.
|The launching or propulsive phase of the broad jump (feet still on the ground).|