Miles! Miles with the win! You don't give a kid the name Miles and not immediatly immerse him into the life of racing. Miles took a big lead right away and finished in first but he didn't lead the entire time. He faultered in the middle and Baby Jake saw his opportunity.
There are three main reasons why Baby Jake couldn't hold on to the lead.
1. His father, George Costanza couldn't even make it down the lane to help him out. He threw a quick point at the beginning of the race, said "go that way son" then left for the concession stand. Uhhh you're Jake's dad and this is a competitive baby race! Follow him down that damn lane and support him. He's your son. Miles dad was with him the entire way. Miles dad basically chased him to the finish line. Jake's dad tapped out. Sad!
2. It's clear Jake's mom didn't do a great job training him. She's showing him the bottle and it's working. They know the bottle is a great carrot. But as soon as he get's within reach he stops and reaches as if he knows his mother is going to go the last ten percent. This isn't kissing, you need to be trained to go the full 100 percent. This should have been well established in practice. It wasn't.
3. Baby Jake's hair was perfectly combed. That's not sports. You don't run a brush through your hair then go compete at a high level. Miles didn't even consider combing his hair. No need. It's just going to get sweaty on the track. Horrible prepartion by Jake's team. You have to get your athlete into the right mindset. There's no looking cute during a baby race. Little baby converse and a some combed hair doesn't equal heart. Miles was barefoot and a mess and Miles had miles and miles of heart.
In all honest, I was on the edge of my seat for that finish. It was incredible.
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