There is one spot left for the United States contingent in the women's 100 meters, and there are only two competitors remaining. Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh are scheduled to compete in the eagerly anticipated runoff at 8 p.m. Monday. The pair finished in a dead heat for the final spot last week.
However, reports surfaced late Sunday that Tarmoh may be having second thoughts about the runoff, leaving uncertainty about the event.
Felix doesn't need to worry about earning a spot in London: She won the 200 at the U.S. Team Trials and is a favorite to win the gold in that event at the Olympics. But for Tarmoh, who finished fifth in that event, the runoff is her chance to represent the U.S. in August.
NBC plans to cut away from swimming coverage at 8 p.m. to show the runoff. Live streaming will also be available at the NBC Olympics website.
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