The Best and Most Disappointing Track & Field 2011, and with thanks to 350,000

>> December 31, 2011

While there are always the highlights or the best sporting moments (sort of) at the end of the year to wrap up the year as I did in 2010 (an article which was linked as "top post" by the track and field news),, for this year 2011, opted just to thank to visitors who totaled 350,000 visits during the 2011. A vast number of improvement. As always, I wish you all the very best in your dreams and goals in the new year.

Website... the best way to keep up the content and improve on some other parts is sharing your thought. Maybe you should consider to be a guest blogger during next years? or at least to provide materials (athletics results, sports news, track and field training tips and so on?), which would definitely beneficial to the readers for use in their daily life, training and so on.

Sharing a non-article stuff is also very useful, since the spirit of sharing in the next time would be more easy, thus please consider a donation.

And finally, here it is, concurrently the best and most disappointing of 2011 in the mind is the IAAF World Championship's 4x100m men final, where Jamaica team (Nesta Carter 9.78, Michael Frater 9.88, Yohan Blake 9.82, Usain Bolt 9.58), once again (even without Asafa Powell) eclipsed the World record 37.10s set by this country in 2008 Olympics in Beijing, with a new WR mark of 37.04s. The United States, Trinidad and Tobago, and Great Britain "Did Not Finish", not because the baton's bloopers but collided between each other. The video will reveal full story.

France team, former WR team (1990), that strengthened by Christophe Lemaitre and Jimmy Vicaut bagged home the silver. Comeback from retirement, Kim Collins (2003 World 100m champion), after his surprise bronze 100m earlier, once again helped his country Saint Kitts and Nevis for Bronze.

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