It's a good, if not great, name but a somewhat tacky video that doesn't grab the viewer's attention - annoying clicking rhythm, 'walk' is before 'run,' and it has no dramatic appeal. It has the simple, elegant feel of a Keynote slideshow. But such an announcement deserves more than that. It deserves great, powerful music blaring strong and video clips of great, powerful athletes - Jesse Owens, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Sebastian Coe, Usain Bolt, Kenenisa Bekele, and so on (list off top of head, with no offense to greats not included).
Clips should also include dramatic events, like the greatest finishing kicks or sudden pace changes. Examples of dramatic track events include finishing kicks of Berezovskiy in 2004 and Wottle in 1972; Alan Webb's infamous 100-meter surge in the middle of a race; John Ngugi's surge from the slow pack in Seoul; Mo Farah drinking water during track race and the officials moving water stations in after that; Khalid Shah's nefarious victory in the 1992 10,000; Bolt and De Grasse looking, smiling at one another at the end of 200m race. The video had no drama, despite the name being a good one.