why the hell is haile not up theyre i havent seen anyone as gifted and talented as him he should definatley be up there fo sho
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i think german deserved this award...he was obviosly the number 1 runner on his team..and he would have gotten 3rd if he hadnt had the achilles injury...and he won big 12 as a freshman..i think he will win a national championship veryyyy soon
I think bc demps did it as a sprinter. Throughout history sprinters have been able to compete with the best at a younger age then distance runners. It takes years of training and mileage to usually compete at such a high level for distance runners and Fernandez's 4:11 on friday and then the double, where he runs two amazing races within a couple hours beats demps' record. Demps is a great choice though and the panel had a hard time choosing.
The 800 at the trials was great, but not "Jaw Dropping". Symmonds and Wheating weren't huge surprises to make the team. Christian Smith is the one who made that race great.
For me, it was definitely Oregon x3 at the trials here in Eugene. I would imagine it might have taken the 'Jaw Dropper' selection had that video not been put in NBC's lock-box.
The Oregon boys going 1,2,3, gets the gold for dropping my jaw, and I'm Canadian. Christian Smith grabbing standard as he somehow dives passed Khadevis Robinson at the line, that blew my mind, truly legendary heroics. It feels unnatural for me to give Bolt a silver, maybe he should be sharing the gold? Shalane Flanagan gets my vote for bronze.But for field events, let's not forget Tia Hellebaut's gold medal winning, Goliath slaying, PR jump of 2.05 in Beijing, 'twas sick and wonderful.
German probably had the most impressive performance of the year to be sure, but he might be forgotten by running history because he didn't break the 4 minute mile in high school.
I think that the biggest jaw dropper was three Oregon guys going 1, 2,3 in the 800 trails and Christian Smith getting third place and putting his body into it to get third place