Agreed (though the video is right there in the link).
Russell Brown did pacing duties through 800, taking them through in 1.57.8 with Wheating just a few ticks off of that. From there it was Wheating in the lead until 1100, when Ulrey took over to bring them through 1200 in 3.01. The pack was closely bunched off of those two, but spreading out at 200 to go, when Wheating reclaimed the lead from Ulrey. Wheating put about a meter's lead on Ulrey, but Ulrey put on a bit of a fight across the last 100. At one point, Ulrey seemed to be gaining enough on Wheating to take the lead, but Wheating held him off.
I'm ambivalent about this performance. Wheating won, which is great, but he was far from spectacular; no one, though, looked that great. The whole race had a slow motion feel to it, and the final 300 meters were strangely labored for everyone.
Hopefully, though, this lets Wheating put some of his injury concerns behind him.