1. Don't zoom on on the winner of the race immediately after the race - we want to see everyone else finish. You always interview the winner later, so let us watch all the finishers.
2. On the bell lap, we don't need to see the camera with the hand physically ringing the bell. We'd actually prefer an outside view so we can view the time as they cross the start/finish to do splits.
3. Stop doing the view where you zoom in on the feet as they are running and then pan zoom out slowly. That is not good production value, that is horrible production value. We want to see the runners, not their feet.
Others, feel free to contribute.