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EUGENE, Ore. — So smooth and exerting little effort, Allyson Felix glided to an easy win in her heat in the 200 meters.
Minutes later, looking just as smooth and expending little energy, Jeneba Tarmoh cruised to a victory in her heat at the U.S. Olympic track trials on a drizzly Thursday night.
If controversy was weighing the sprinters down, they didn't show it on the track.
Five days ago, the training partners crossed the finish line in a tie for the third and last Olympic spot in the 100.
Now, everyone is waiting to see what they will choose to break the dead heat — a runoff, coin flip or one of them simply giving the spot to the other.
Felix and Tarmoh didn't talk after the race, walking right on by.
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