Jeneba Tarmoh stands by decision
EUGENE, Ore. -- Jeneba Tarmoh didn't think it was quite right the way she had to earn her place again in the 100 meters for the Olympics.
Still, a day after conceding the spot to training partner Allyson Felix, Tarmoh was at peace with her choice not to participate in a runoff to break a third-place tie. She realizes that some will second-guess her decision and can't understand why she would walk away from a moment so big.
"If standing up for what I believe in and not running because ...
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