By now, all of us have witnessed some really cool Doodles by Google celebrating the London Olympics 2012. However, today, if you checked the Google search page, you must have noticed the first interactive Doodle on Olympics so far. Yes, the talk is about the fascinating Hurdles Doodle which represents a male athlete ready on the track to run, waiting for you to hit the keyboard buttons.
What all to have to do? To start the race, you just have to hit the 'arrow' keys and the 'spacebar' or Left mouse or Left arrow to jump over a hurdle, in a total, 10 hurdle will come in a single view.
If you cleared a hurdle over, with out knocking, a fter the finishing the hurdle that athlete will celebrates or else will sigh. Further, the users can also time and share their results on Google+. Depending on one the score, the user will be rewarded with one, two or three gold coins. Play the Hurdles Doodle game here.
This is the 12 th Doodle by the Mountain View Valley company so far celebrating the extravagance of London Olympics 2012 .
The current world record for the men's 110m hurdles is 12.87 seconds, held jointly by Dayron Robles of Cuba and Lie Xiang of China.