RE: NoNo…it was the over-exaggerated block clearance. Lolo doesn’t actually start like that but in this particular photo her posture is poor. Head tucked and arched back with force application not through long axis of the trunk being the biggest issues.
Posture during MaxV and speed endurance should be the same. I was highlighting the point that loss of posture is often the root of poor speed endurance. I had several videos in the presentation where you can see even among the elite of the elite that performance at the end of a race tends to be directly correlated with the ability (or inability) to preserve posture under fatigue.
Her head is very much like that, but the air people get is the wrong departure angle and I cringe every time is see stock photos in stores with the toes pointed down.
Is her 70 degree front leg and 90 degree back leg in the blocks because of her back issues?