Well, they ran into Lunn's hands. Actually, slow or fast would have been fine with him. For those of you who are saying that we don't have an American who will be able to compete - don't overlook him.
As I stated in the earlier posting - everyone else was running for second today. His confidence grows with every race he runs. I bet he is now chomping at the bit to run in Europe. He is excited and wants to see what he can do off a fast pace. And, he will do well - he shouldn't have a problem getting a qualifier.
He is fast, strong, tactically smart and getting more confident. He will do very well this summer.