Hasay was the 2nd best runner in the field, and she finished second. What was Rowbury's racing strategy that was so offensive? She was fastest -- she stayed out of trouble, she moved up through the field, she kicked, she won. Kind of like what happens in lots of footraces. Rowbury is a superior athlete to Hasay. No news there. I doubt if any of this was a surprise to Hasay. She did her best to outrun a better runner, and -- as usually happens -- the better runner won. Hasay is working during this indoor season at the short end of her racing range, and all of this will probably help make her a better 10k runner. She has had a good indoor season. Rowbury has had an excellent indoor season, too.
All this other "who was pissed" stuff is nonsense.