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There is either an outside or outside pit at one corner of the track - not all tracks are set up for it- the pit will aready be there covered up with boards- much like a long jump pit that's not in use so it should blend in more or less. If it is an outside pit you only run 7 laps or so, compared to 7 1/2 on an inside pit- which is far more common. I think Penn Relays is an outside pit though. Other than that you can just fill it with a hose and water.

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Q: How do they make the water jump on the track for the steeple chase?
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