A very unusual thing happened last weekend in Eugene, Oregon.  Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh both finished in a dead heat for 3rd place (11.068 sec) in the Women’s 100-Meter Finals for U.S. Olympic Team qualifications.  Only one can go to London representing our country in this particular event, so a “tiebreaker” is now required.  Problem is……. there is no established plan in place for a “tiebreaker”.  This situation has NEVER occurred in the history of U.S. Olympic track & field team qualifying.  One thing is for certain though………whenever and however the eventual “tiebreaker” is conducted; it must be completed by THIS Sunday because that’s when our 2012 Olympic Team has to be finalized.   What an embarrassment for the USA Track & Field (USATF) organization!  Tarmoh was originally given 3rd, but review of pictures from two photo-finish cameras (at 3,000 frames/second) declared it a dead heat.  The torso is…

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