They call it human NASCAR on ice.
It was the last day for U.S. Speed Skating Championships and America's Cup Three Final.
It puts an end to the season and another check for huge sporting events in Omaha.
Mark Greenwald is the U.S. Speed Skating executive director, and he says that the city's been incredibly accommodating.
"We talked with the Omaha Sports Commission and they bent over backward," Greenwald said. "Everyone you see here helping out is a volunteer."
It would probably be a while until the Moylan Tranquility Iceplex would host this particular event. But Greenwald says it isn't out of the picture.
Skaters competing are pulling for peer rank. The most skilled are shooting for coveted spots on the national team that trains at head quarters in Salt Lake City.
Greenwald says that is where the best coaching and facility available.
"We make sure that athletes are able to supported in their sport, and really excel at what they do."
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