The race as I recall it: Flood, Tebo and Hasay pretty much went to the front from early-on. Indoor champion, Kesselring from Oregon was tucked in about a stride behind them and the field was bunched after that. The race really got going with about 250 meters to go, when Hasay made a strong move. Tebo and Flood answered, with Tebo looking very strong and back into the lead. Coming out of the Bowerman curve (100 meters to go), Flood made the initial move, taking the lead, with Hasay once again responding nd Tebo getting dropped. Hasay and Flood then went side by side to about the 60 meter mark when Flood appeared to gain a slight momentary advantage. At that time, Hasay made her final move, surging a stride ahead, then two, while fighting off Flood's comeback effort. The final 30 meters were basically Hasay, holding her lead against a weakening Flood. Great race, great drama and an obviously very happy (relieved?) Hasay.