I was also wondering why he wasn't in the WCAP singlet.
Left, right wrote:
Do you have actual knowledge of Paul's contract and earning situation? His prize winnings and medal bonus alone this year have to approach or surpass the allowable limit for a soldier.
I'd also be curious to hear how/why he can compete out of the WCAP uniform in the Nike global kit.
Lots of opacity with the WCAP-Nike conglomerate.
I think it's fairer to say it cost him $10,000 or even $6,000. He reall didn't have room to get 2nd. So third is $10k, 4th is 6k. I do think it's harsh to DQ him.
I've always said I wish officials could say, "There is no way you were worse than 4th. You made a foul but we won't DQ you but we'll put you 4th."
Yeah, it would be nice if they relegated him to the back of the group like they would in the TdF peloton.
It was pretty clear that Paul pushed Edris but how was Paul able to get by him? I understand the rules, and Paul should be DQ'ed. But if anything, he should be rewarded 4/5th place. Besides 1-4, excluding Paul, none of the other runners were in the mix. Just sucks that Paul doesn't get anything out of it but that's the rules.
What an idiot. Well, good to see Kemwoi peaking as well.
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