fast cycle wrote:
Three rounds of the 1500 in a championship race is different then a time trial with rabbits. The Olympics is obviously the former. He will go and with that kick contend for a medal. Simply amazing considering how bad of a position he was in.
And he has to avoid getting into the bad positions. Got away with it today (again).
That's actually one of Hockers best strengths. He can turn almost any position into a good position. With that short stride and the way he can maneuver, he can go from a bad position to a good position really quickly. I think he actually ran the race great and it's probably better for him to get on the rail like that, all he needs is a little opening and he is home free