There are no losers here
Those who finish very, very far from medals still have accomplished much
LONDON -- One of the most thrilling events I've witnessed in London was the 10,000 meter men's final, when Britain's Mohamed Farah and America's Galen Rupp sprinted past the pack and stole the gold and silver with a spirited kick that left a jammed Olympic Stadium quaking with a mix of incredulity and wonder.
Still, as I watched that drama unfold, I couldn't help but feel a pang for the runners who held up the back end of that epic race, a number of whom were lapped before ...
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