This turn of events is quite frustrating as while we know the rule of the track is "to the human eye," subsequent video analysis demonstrates a need for a closer examination of how judges determine loss of contact for elite walkers.
Meanwhile, Sorensen never looked like he was doing anything other than a temp workout. He cruised in complete control, demonstrating why he's America's top junior race walker.
Barron now on his own and without a coach to pace, dropped the hammer on the field and accelerated.
Barron's efforts required refueling.
Seaman, now 40, still hasn't mastered getting the water in his mouth.
Shorey once the young junior upstart himself, now a "nice old dude" helps the next generation along.
Serianni was a frequent customer at the aid station, providing entertainment for the spectators.
The men's 20K story continues...