Well that was anti-climactic.
A sprinter gave up her Olympic dreams so she wouldn`t have to race in a run-off against her training partner.
Texas A&M grad Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix tied for third in the women`s 100 meter race at the track and field Olympic trials a week ago.
They both crossed the line in a photo finish that didn`t show a winner.
So to decide who goes onto London - the women were offered to decide their fate with a coin toss or run against each other.
They were supposed to race tonight on national television - but Tarmoh made an unprecedented decision.
She became the first athlete to cede a possible Olympic berth by refusing to participate in a runoff.
So while Tarmoh won`t make history at the Olympics - she certainly made it off the track.