Lots of questions to answer now that break is over

Originally Published: August 27, 2008
By Graham Hays | ESPN.com

Even for those of us for whom track and field is only a quadrennial experience, it's easy to gauge which runners are for real when they come around the final turn in the 400 meters. After watching the first 300 meters, you have a good feel for who is fading, limping or coming on strong. But if the race stopped after 300 meters, waited a month and then resumed with everyone back in the starting blocks for the final sprint, it would make for a more perplexing projection. Such is the state of the ...

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