gmzra, sorry, I simply don't belive you, those images could not have been captured intentionally with a G camera.
The images that came out might be nice, but they aren't the images that you thought you were taking when you pressed the button, because what you were looking at and trying to record happened half a second or more before these. In the first image you probrably wanted to freeze the horse mid air as it was jumping and in second you probrably wanted the guy who'se been thrown from the bull in mid air too. Oh well, thats a G for you.
I don't mean to call you a liar on a public forum, but I know that no G will capture a moving object with anything approaching precision predicability.
neuroanatomist, I do this for a living, but sometimes don't want to take my work gear to an event like the F1 GP when I'm just going to hang out with friends. There is an extensive set of images of car, boats and planes racing in the SPEED section of my website, and I have covered a lot of racing events for many magazines. www.macfly.com
I've also had people tell me a image could not have come from my point and shoot, and they called me a liar. It certainly lowered my opinion of them.
My wife has a G11 which I occasionally use, it is a excellent point and shoot. Yes, when taking action images, you have to anticipate what is going to happen and press the shutter a little early, but the ability to do that shows skill. And, of course, you won't get as many perfect images as someone shooting 10 FPS with a 1D and then looking to see if he happened to get a good one. I do that with my 1D MK III, but its luck more than skill when I get a perfect one.