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Make it a spectator sport

Charlie's Inside Corner

LARNED — Track and Field is not really a spectator sport.
It should be.
You should make it so.
Oh, I know all of the moms and dads are there and even some grandparents, but mostly, there is not much of a crowd gathered to watch our thinclads.
Folks are missing quite a show.
High school and middle school track and field athletes put on a dazzling show. They are exhibiting the athletic skills that make team sports so enjoyable only here, on the track and at the field events, you get to see each individual athlete personally compete against his ...

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