saw my time was 0.011 faster than the guy who won the race.
I think one can only say: you were 0.011 rather over the finish line of the second sprint “London Sprint Forward”.
But i agree with you.
In this race there was only one lead-in of 5.7 km and then the complete lap of 5.4 km.
The lead-in lap and the race lap each end with the “London Sprint Forward” banner (at least that’s what I thought so far).
And since this was a “first over the line” race, I would also think that the order of the last lap is also the order of the race.
Of course only if you select the “First over line” button instead of “Fastest time”.
But in all categories you can see that this is not always the case.
Is the finish line of the race still behind the finish line of the sprint banner?
Or does “first over line” mean something completely different in a sprint?
I do not think so.
Unfortunately, I have no explanation for this behavior either, but I see it as you do.
And I would appreciate a good explanation too.