That's her collarbone junction. Torso.
Rowbury would have won with a "cone bra"
I see Simpson's torso ahead of Rowbury's.
No, Simpson edged her, but Murielle Ahoure won the 100m and got robbed. They gave it to Campbell for some reason. Ahoure clearly outleaned her. I don't know how she didn't protest, the Diamond was on the line. Had she won she was Diamond champ.
The thing is- up close you can enlarge it.
I had a relay team miss out on states by 0.01.
Before announcing it they called both coaches to the computer.
As they zoomed in there was no question.
0.01 looked like a huge difference.
Was going to post the same thing. The wise female athlete would stuff with some lightweight material (cotton balls?) to enhance that tape-leaning bustline.
Close finish. All I'll say.
The time displayed instantly for first place is caused by the runner crossing photoeyes at the finish line. By using three photoeyes stacked on top of each other, a small object (like an arm) is unlikely to trigger all three at once. A torso will break all three, and when all three are broken simultaneously, the clock stops. Sometimes the photoeye time will differ from the photofinish time by 0.01. When this happens the times are probably only one or two thousandths different, but show as 0.01 different because of rounding. Usually the times agree as you observed when a good photoeye setup is used.