The 2011 seasons in football and track have the chance to be very good ones as a follow-up to last year. 2010 was one of the best years in decades for white athletic achievement. This was due to major accomplishments by sprinter Christopher Lemaitre and NFL running back Peyton Hillis. On July 9th 2010 at the French Track Championships in Valence, France, 20 year old Frenchman Christopher Lemaitre became the first white man to officially run 100 meters in less then 10 seconds when he clocked a 9.98 seconds 100 meter dash to set a new French record. In the NFL, the Cleveland Browns Peyton Hillis rushed for over 1,000 yards in the 2010 regular season, the first white football player to do that since Craig James in 1985. Both accomplishments were long awaited achievements and in particular very important for the cause of Caste Football. We have long held that the decades-long drought that preceded both of these events was due, not to any lack of ability on the part of white athletes but more to the racial politics and intentional "slotting" that prevent white men from having the opportunity to succeed in those endeavors. Both Lemaitre and Hillis have been rising talents, making their way through a minefield of stumbling blocks that are thrown up in the way of any white man attempting to succeed in their respective professions. It is also worth noting that Caste Football, through its enthusiastic posting board, has followed and chronicled both of these gentlemen every step of the way along their journey of success. Our community has thrilled with every success and brooded over every setback. Support for these two extraordinary talents never wavered and it is hoped that the positive energy and public support provided some help along the way. Christopher Lemaitre is a rare talent that had flirted with the 10 second mark for a while and him breaking the record was not particularly shocking. What is surprising is that it took so long for a white man to run that fast. A few white sprinters had come oh so close before. Nicolas Macrozonaris, a Canadian, ran a personal best 10.03 in 2003. Matt Shirvington also ran a 10.03 in the 1998 Commonwealth Games. An Italian, Pietro Mennea clocked 10.01 as a personal best. Polish runner Marian Worinin and West German sprinter Armin Henry ran 10 seconds exactly before the electronic method of keeping time. When you consider that tenths of a second are mere blinks of the eye it almost seems the 10 second barrier was more mental than physical. One of the reasons it took so long for a white man to run that fast is that a big chunk of the white population has been effectively taken out of the equation. The sprinting portion of track in the U.S. is run completely through college athletics, and is a "blacks only" affair. U.S. colleges need minority applicants to fill diversity quotas. No spots can be spared for promising white runners. It is an iron clad rule at American universities that minority sprinters, even those from as far away as Africa (in fact especially those from as far away as Africa) have more of a claim on scholarship opportunities for short distance sprinting than any promising native-born white runner. It wasn't always that way; the very first 100 meter record holder was white American Don Lippencott, who ran 10.6 in the 1912 Olympics. The record was reduced by Charlie Paddock to 10.4 in 1921, and further reduced by Bobby Murrow to 10.2 in 1956. Since the 1960's however white sprinters have been ethnically cleansed from U.S. college sprint teams. It has been left to Europe and Australia to provide the only measure of white sprinters in the world. The case of Peyton Hillis is also quite notable. The NFL has practiced a stringent racial segregation by position for more than 20 years. Seemingly by unwritten decree, no white man can play the tailback position in professional American football. Despite the fact that many white runners ran the ball well in past years in the NFL after it became thoroughly integrated racially, and despite the fact that an occasional white runner excels in the similarly segregated NCAA football, no NFL team in recent memory has allowed a white running back the chance to be the primary ball carrier and get the amount of carries necessary to gain 1,000 yards. Peyton Hillis finally got the opportunity and made the most of it. Actually he got an opportunity with Denver in 2008, as he was the team’s most effective runner. But he only got that chance after six black running backs in front of him were felled by injuries and the team was forced to turn to its rookie “fullback.” And even after Hillis’s success, in one of the more inexplicable decisions in a short coaching career marked by such missteps, Denver head coach Josh McDaniels decided to send Hillis not just back to the bench, but back to the back of the bench. He buried Hillis behind players who had neither Hillis' talent or production. Eventually Hillis was traded and although once again at the back of the bus, injuries and poor play by black runners ahead of him gave Hillis an opportunity to be the featured back and he made the most of it. Hillis was easily one of the most exciting and watchable backs in the game this year. Not since John Riggins have NFL fans gotten to see such a combination of speed and power at the RB position. Significant revelations from last season have exposed the vile racist comments directed at Hillis each and every game by black players on teams playing the Browns. This kind of behavior, were it by white players directed at black players, would have caused a full investigation by the league and discipline for any white players involved. But in a league that specializes in pandering to black pathological behavior, this too gets a pass, and Hillis will be forced to endure the taunts and cheap shots with no relief from a league that is pledged to a most peculiar form of "diversity," a form of “diversity” that is actually an extreme form of affirmative action that excludes hispanics, Asians and shuts out most Whites in favor of pandering to blacks. Hillis success is especially pleasing for followers of Caste Football. We have long recognized his special talents even when he was buried and forgotten by Houston Nutt at Arkansas. In particular Caste Football writer Jimmy Chitwood wrote a column (linked here) that in retrospect is startling in its prescience, comparing Hillis to Chris "Beanie" Wells. His spot-on comparisons of the similar physical build and measurables of the two players, and yet the radically different treatment they have received, exclusively because of race, is required reading for anyone interested in the issue. It all amounts to a big fat gotcha for Caste Football vs the Caste System. As Hillis (and Lemaitre's) success proves, the Caste System of unfairness to white athletes IS in fact a big pile of lies. Hillis and Lemaitre are special, but neither of them are supermen or gifted with some special quality that sets them aside from all other white men on the planet. They are merely the first of the great white athletes to slip through the cracks of a system that has been created to showcase black men as a physically "superior race" for the purpose of furthering the program of forced integration at the expense of Whites in all aspects of Western society. Caste Football has been proven right, there are white men that can run 100 meters in under 10 seconds (and they can do it clean!) AND there are white ballplayers that can be the featured running back on a football team. We also believe that this is just the beginning. There are many signs of widespread system failure beginning to appear in the anti-white social systems of the 21st century, and hopefully now, before our eyes, the Caste System is another one that is nearing its well-deserved end. We look forward to cheering on many more accomplishments from Christopher Lemaitre and Peyton Hillis along with the many other great white athletes that are inspired by their performances.