Can someone clarify this grammar question

<p>The delegates coming this far, they did not want to return without accomplishing something.</p>

<p>B. Coming this far, the delegates felt they
C. Having come this far, the delegates</p>

<p>Why is B wrong? The correct answer is C</p>

<p>B makes it sound like the delegates are still coming (which changes the meaning), whereas C clarifies that the delegates have already come.</p>

<p>B means the two events (coming this far and not wanting to return) are simultaneous, which creates a logic problem.</p>