Why did Jeneba Tarmoh pull out of 100-meter runoff? (+video) INFOtainment News July 2, 2012 Olympics Why did Jeneba Tarmoh pull out of 100-meter runoff? (+video) (via The Christian Science Monitor) The moment, it seemed, was made for TV. Two women. One track. An Olympic spot on the line. Cue the lonesome whistle and tumbleweed flitting across the screen. Problem is, it’s not going to happen anymore. In a puzzling bit of pre-Olympic theater, Jeneba Tarmoh is giving up her last chance to run the… USATF, runoff, Allyson Felix, Monday morning, silver medalist, prime time, Jeneba Tarmoh, chief photo, London, partner allyson felix, two-time olympic silver, identical 11.068-second times, flag-waving victory lap, NBC Sports deal, June 23 race, 2008 beijing olympics, apparent silver medalist, photo finish judge, high school coach, prime time moment, chief photo judge, dash, Olympic spot, higher stakes, Olympic trials, lonesome whistle, Two women, puzzling bit, meter dash, 400-meter relay, Olympic Games, gold-medal favorite, third-place winner, London Olympics, pre-Olympic theater, celebratory lap, place position, 200 meters, curious response, American star, soap opera, great injustice, press conference, USA Track, Steve Nelson, Wallace Spearmon, close races, likely response, San Jose, coin flip http://infotainmentnews.net/ jameshicks unfortunate http://annedreshfield.com/ annedreshfield This is a pretty incredible (and unfortunate) story. Here’s hoping it inspires the USATF to change their protocol regarding ties for future events.