Even if they were to offer something compelling that did not offer me anything other than enjoyment, I could be apt to buy in. A state association championships (cc, roads, track), real state association racing circuits (e.g. track in spring, roads in summer, cc in fall), stricter/more comprehensive oversight of coaching education and certification, structural oversight of road racing, even adding an elevation loss threshold to course certification. Even ignoring what they do not do for me as a participant, they do little at all for me as a fan of the sport. There is just no innovation or bold vision coming out of USATF, which is largely a function of their unwillingness to follow the lead of a so-called 'outsider.' Though the reduction in the size of the Executive Board at USATF may have been a step in the right direction, it remains a bloated organization.