I Cannot Believe What I'm Seeing || The 2023 NCAA Track & Field Finals

Get ready everyone. This event is going to be epic.
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41 thoughts on “I Cannot Believe What I'm Seeing || The 2023 NCAA Track & Field Finals

  1. Please comment on the new racing shoes this year that are being worn setting new records and great times . You have shown a large number of uncharacteristic low times this indoor season . I don’t know about track shoes today but if you want to Place in your local / regional marathon, 13.1, 10 or 5K you better have carbon plated shoes ! Zoom …

  2. hyperbole boy breaks out his go to adjective "incredible" at :20 and again 15 seconds later……this is an INCREDIBLE overuse of the word. I'm not even go through the rest of the vid after our narrator loses his chit over a Moroccan Olympian 3:50 mile runner sandbagging his first 3/4 of a mile and then sprinting home in 53.6 or whatever to finish in like 4:01.

  3. Gee,,,,how could all these crazy times be?!?!?!?! Hmmmmm Steroid and or PED use?!?!?!? No way!!!! Not in track and field!!! Seems like it to me!

  4. 🎉lol you will quickly realize that I posted this Novel of a comment for the wrong video 😂😂 but I thought I would keep it on here anyway as if anyone has a week off work and therefore enough time to read it I am sure that it’s something we can all relate to regardless of the relevant video/comment. Anyway enjoy, I was 34 when I started writing this in 2009 😂😂😂😂😂
    All the needy, helpless, defenceless, starving people, many being women, children and even babies – in so many countries from all over the world!
    The millions of severe mentally, physically, sexually and emotionally abused Men, women and children!
    Cancer and other illnesses, disease, disability sufferers around the globe!
    The victims of people smuggling, the people smugglers and those involved in the huge drug industries that are continuously and knowingly producing victims in their millions for their direct and enormous benefit and gains!
    Famine is evident and oftentimes grossly conspicuous, encompassing all degrees of malnutrition and outright starvation! Such harsh and rapidly increasing degradation being predominantly apparent in the majority, if not all of the African continent at the most alarming rate.
    The list is endless, tens of millions wasted on one individual is a crime in of itself!
    I could go on forever, so my apologies. My aim, or agenda is not to deliberately get people feeling low about such things, but these things and more are there for us all to see, if we just LOOK!
    Just pick one of the many causes I have mentioned and add say 25 million ( which its clearly evident one person could amass single handed, in tax payers money over a prolonged sentence in some instances spanning decades) into the mix, alongside the preexisting, already fully operative and designated charities and proactive philanthropists, tirelessly sewing, yet refusing to reap and hoping the needy transpire the beneficiaries of their selfless dedication and commitment to their respective causes.
    The aforementioned organizations presently slugging away in their relentless battles, are regretfully required to commit to their gigantic tasks with limited resources, be them financial, logistical and or political obstacles amidst their unenviable, demanding and exhaustive struggles.
    Returning to the notion of world change and what impact a considerable, yet in relative to the scale of said challenges; a mediocre influx of money could bring to the table, we can then begin to construct an image.
    Try to develop a visualization into two separate sections, the first being the unsightly amalgamation and totality of pain, suffering, ruined; individual lives, families, communities and even countries. This continued mental Image of the combined Misery of humanity in their multitudes, united in their enslavement, abuse, Ill health, famine, targets of unimaginable immoral activity, the sometimes accidental but nevertheless severely impacted victims of small, ranging to the highest levels of corruption, with many innocent parties finding themselves in current predicaments due in large part to government Bourne atrocities! Designated leaders and often the influential persons entrusted with ambassadorial roles, and therefore deemed obligated to administer the written articles of the law, it’s devastating to say but are also invariably the guilty parties. Nefarious meanderings behind the scenes, leading to unethical orders to delegates, and ultimately an abhorrent hierarchical system, resulting in the poor,becoming poorer in order for the pinnacle of the contrived system, to bask in their abundance of Ill gotten gains. There will usually be a direct correlation between the highest constituent and most corruption, immoral, selfish and destructive involvement. With the Zenith of power and control invariably guilty of the most. Conversely, those holding little to no authority, will find themselves the most victimized, Ill treated and ultimately the ones suffering as a direct result of pure unadulterated abuse of power!
    As for the second and the positive section in this mental picture – how many lives 25 Million would touch and impact them in positive ways, a lot of the time, many many lives saved literally, and in many more cases, saved from their horrors where before the money their life is unbearable and on the brink of giving up! Again I digress but the point is clear.
    The question, 25 million on a filthy lowest of the low, countless lives effected scum perverted, rapist, tsadist, narcissistic devil………
    OR. 25 million to save lives and positively effect many lives and even whole communities from multitudes of suffering from corruption to cancer, Degradation to Devastation, from emotional damage to Earthquake destruction , from Famine to Forced child marriages……….
    We just need to LOOK to SEE, to LISTEN and HEAR the Worldwide Desperate pleas for help and support, some only need a little, some a LOT!!!!
    I know who’s got my vote and just remember even the smallest mollusk of recognition or awareness our individual contributions in what ever way may bring. When it involves the masses our input, be it written or financial, our effect as a whole, magnified by sheer volume can cure a lot of the sorrow and suffering in this world. Even if it takes 20 of us in different ways to have a small effect on let’s say, a small child’s life, even for a day. I would call that a huge win, then imagine there are billions of us on Earth. We have to LOOK and SEE, and remember how lucky we are. Peace people xx

  5. As an older track athlete, it infuriates me when these athletes "pull up" at the end of races. I understand why they do it, but these athletes don't know when their last race is going to be run. They could have a career ending injury at any time (car accident, etc). Always give 100% until you pass the finish line. I get why they do it, but can't stand the practice of it.

  6. Too bad this year’s NCAA is at altitude. There otherwise would have been great mile and 5000m record possibilities, especially if someone took the race out fast. As for the DMR, who cares? It makes no sense to have a mixed distance relay. Indoors and outdoors should have a 4×800 relay.

  7. Finally. Just goes to show that it has always been a mental/cultural barrier why the US barely medals in the 1500m at a world stage. This is a very good place we are at. Anyone who is smart will get to ABQ a week before to acclimatize to altitude.

  8. Like you said… because this is at UNM (altitude), and because it's a championship race, I don't think the times in the distance races will be that fast. I think everything from the mile up will be a sit and kick type race.

  9. TRP, thanks again for yet another great video. It's great watching runners competing in the old, historical value races, like a Mile. Whether Indoors or Outdoors. Most Country's only put on Mile races at the end of a season when runners have hit a peak and they end up being simply paced time-trials to enable runners to break the 4 min "barrier". Often just after their National Champs or after big competitions like Olympics. Meaning, the top runners seldom race more than one or two Mile races per year. Often a Center will have an "Evening of Miles" night where different age groups can get to race in a Mile, for the historical experience. So they can be great fun.

    It's also great seeing the number and quality of 5000m athletes. Quite astounding. Let's hope they continue their athletic careers after they finish College. Give them another 3 or 4 years development and they will be top world athletes. I'm greatly impressed by Woody Kincaid and Alicia Monson and half a dozen other fine USA runners. Of course we don't see them in the College races because they compete in Open Grade. But they are running fantastic times. Alicia just broke the USA 10k Track record by around 10 seconds. (Ran 30m 03.83) Cheers.

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