It wasn't deliberate, it wasn't malicious, it wasn't vindictive.Jamsque said:Whatever, dude. Both Cav and Haussler saw that Ciolek was going backwards and moved across to be in front of him, and neither of them saw the other, and they rode in to each other. There was no malicious intent on the part of either of them, and no great incompetence either. It was an accident. Sprinting is dangerous. It happens.
It was, however, stupid, and Cav's fault. I see very little to blame Haussler for here. He didn't move anything like as much as Cav did. Cav must shoulder pretty much all responsibility for it, but it was clumsy rather than spiteful.