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Topic - Bobby Kersee
Allyson Felix waited. And waited. What was just a few seconds seemed an eternity as she looked up from the track at the scoreboard and watched the names appear. Carmelita Jeter. Tianna Madison. Jeneba Tarmoh. Allyson Felix.
Bobby Kersee is in favor of a runoff to break a 100-meter tie between his two sprinters, Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh. Just not now.
Now that everyone knows which two races Allyson Felix will run, it's time to find out if Tyson Gay is fit enough to win even one.
"I was hoping she was going to run a 21.8 [at the trials]," Kersee said. "I knew she had a sub-22 in her. I knew she had to run sub-22 to make this team. To see her run 21.69 and be the fourth fastest of all time was just beautiful, especially in these [cold, rainy] conditions. I think she has more in her."
"I've heard a bunch of stories about what they might do, and I'm not sure what's true or not," Kersee told the Associated Press on Sunday.