Allyson Felix is having a great time in London. She won gold in "her baby," the 200m, and last night she was part of the relay team that took gold along with fellow star Carmelita Jeter. The only down moment for Felix came last Saturday, when she finished a disappointing fifth in the women's 100m. Carmelita Jeter won silver in that event. And Jeneba Tarmoh was out of sight, out of mind.
Tarmoh, you most likely do not recall, was jobbed out of an initial third place finish at the USATF 100m trials in June and a spot in the Olympics. After review, a dead heat was declared and since USATF—apparently run by Laurel and Hardy—never before considered such a possibility, there was a lot of confusion.