I just want to add another vote of disapproval. Although I can see why the brojos made the decision to publish this story, their decision caused me to lose a great deal of respect for them. I think of their actions much like a paparazzi who publishes an embarrassing photo of some celebrity in public. Sure, Webb's behavior was in public. But it wasn't at a press conference. There is a difference between a celebrity's public life and his life in public. Unfortunately, media-ghouls have blurred those lines by chasing down celebrities whenever they leave their private property. Documenting and broadcasting Alan Webb's every move after a race is reprehensible. He's in public, because he's living his life. He shouldn't have to scurry away to privacy after a race lest anything he say or do be broadcast to all of his fans. If you want to hear his reactions, ask for an interview with him. If you're really so interested in how he processes a race immediately afterward - ask him in person. Have some integrity. Allow him the opportunity to explain himself. Otherwise, you're no better than a creepy paparazzi looking for an upskirt shot of some teenybopper celebrity. You're hunting for public moments of weakness. Preying on celebrities like this is despicable. There is a market for it (paparazzi can make a pretty penny), but I didn't think the brojos would stoop so low. I guess in publishing this story the brojos are telling the running community that they would like letsrun to be seen as a trashy tabloid: come to letsrun for judgmental gossipy garbage.