Below is an email I sent to NBC Sports today: "Hello, I find it *infuriating* not being able to see the entire athlete in mens events. In swimming and especially track and field, it seems the camera-people are terrified of showing anything below the waistline in head-on shots during or before events start. This "modesty" seems limited to American tv coverage of mens events (we see all of the women), and it's absolutely ridiculous. The legs are the major drivers in track and field. Being able to see athletes completely, head-on allows one to witness their exceptional technique during these performances. PLEASE get over this puritanical policy. (My name) 4-time Olympic Trials qualifier/particpant, (my sport)" What do you think? Am I crazy...?