|Quoting bueb0g (Reply 99):|
No, it doesn't report that at all. MAK has specifically said that there was no stall; the crew were reacting to an impending stall and in doing so pushed the a/c into a dive which they evidently did not recover from.
I'll re-read it later (Av Herald seems to be down at the moment). I don't known that it makes a big difference though. Something must have happened after they initiated the stall recovery.
I wonder about this: What might be a natural reaction right after initiating a go-around? Glance at the approach plate to double-check the missed approach hold point. A look down at the plate at the critical moment might have contributed to the disorientation.