Exactly, people. Brazier's back stiffened up on him in the 800. Is he done? When you're pushing your body close to the red line, you can get sick or injured. And all this weight talk - ESPECIALLY about female runners - when you run, A LOT, you get skinny. I ran the 5k in college (yes, I still remember my best time, 14:16.8!). I stuffed myself in college - and drank beer - and was 5' 7'' and 124 pounds when I graduated. That's what running 80 miles a week and doing cross-training will do for you. Allie O and Molly S are tough as nails and have a great future ahead of them. Sure, maybe they need to ease up and put things in perspective sometime... but that drive is what makes them great. Did people ever tell Michael Jordan to ease up, dude, you're working out too hard??? They seem to have good people around them. Let THEM do the coaching.