A unique dilemma at U.S. track trials
EUGENE, Ore. -- Rock, paper, scissors, anyone?
It is a fact of life that years of training for the Olympics often come down to tenths of a second at the U.S. track and field trials. Or hundredths of a second. Ask Virginia Crawford, who finished fourth behind Lolo Jones and thereby missed the Olympic team by four-hundredths of a second in the 100-meter hurdles Saturday afternoon.
Or thousandths of a second. Ask Allyson Felix, who left the Hayward Field track thinking she had finished ...
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