D'Agostino looked spent just before Hasay passed her. Hasay just doesn't have a kick. Both ran great.
All things considered you're a knuckle dragger.
well...all things considered at lease jordan was by an american...and not another foreigner
I don't think that's a fair assessment. For one thing, Saina would presumably have been tired from the 10k 48 hrs earlier. For another, it looks like Hasay went something like 68-74 her last 2 laps. She went for the win and came up short, and paid a little bit at the end. Saina went something like 73-68 her last 2 laps. So she conceded 5 seconds to Hasay on the penultimate lap. I would interpret that as she just plain got dropped. It just happened that Hasay lost it right at the end, Saina sensed an opportunity, and took it. Just because you are a Hasay fan, and it sounds like she ran a gutsy effort, doesn't mean the person who caught her is a horrible person. (this is partially a response to what you wrote in that other thread)
Bill Huntington wrote:
Saina pulled an "Ian Stewart" hanging back then sprinting for 2nd. At least Hasay went for it.