Okay, I will bite on this and address it. Jordan Hasay can run. But in the infatuation people have with Hasay, she is not the same Jordan that I remember in the 2008 trials before she went to Oregon. Formwise, she was fluid and careful in 2008. Now, I don't see it. Why?
1> while she is quick, she tends to get "armsy" near the end of races, which is not common for runners like Dibaba or Defar in the same distances.
2> She runs in a "more muscular fashion" which I attribute to "coached running" rather than the free-form that she came in with from San Luis Obispo. Had she been able to continue with her running style as a raw athlete and not an engineered project, she would be much quicker and probably more efficient.
3> I watched a road race about a month ago where Hasay took 7th, and the winner of that race was far ahead but her form was so much cleaner at the 5000m distance of the race.
So, yes I have heard of Jordan Hasay. Yes, I think she runs well. Yes, I wish Hasay wonderful success that she deserves. But as far as form is concerned, she's not in the top, in my opinion.