Salvitore Stitchmo wrote:
subway eat fresh! wrote:
There's pretty much no way Jakob loses. Give it a few years, though, and it will be interesting
Okay how about this way...
25.5 last 200m
Because Jakob doesn't beat Hocker in that type of race. So that was quite simple.
I don't think Jakob would allow the race to go that way. He has amazing strength and at least formidable enough finishing speed to force a faster 1200 split and will probably always finish with a 26 last 200.
When I said "no way," it was a figurative way of saying that, given what Jakob can control in the race, he won't lose to Hocker, in my opinion. I didn't literally mean there is no possible way the race could go that could result in him losing.
If you thought that's what I meant, a shorter way to reply would have been "what if he falls?"