This idea that runners can see what’s going on behind them (outside of periferal vision) and adjust is so stupid I can’t believe people are using it as a reason for a DQ or reinstatement of Amos.
At this point both should be in the final or just Jewett. I’ve seen no evidence that Jewett went down for anything other than Amos running up on him too close.
lol maybe because it's the actual rule... have you never run a race over 800... what is the thing the starter always says.. at the break-in you may cut in as long as you don't cut someone (impede)
Having run the 800m in the Olympic Games I'm telling YOU, that you have no idea what you are talking about. So there is that card played. Done.