No, he runs in Newtons. No real seriously fast runners run in Newtons. Especially ones that want to beat the women's Olympic champion.
On a side note...If he were to stop triathlon training completely (no swim or bike) and just run so he would lose all his upper body mass and most of his thigh mass, and lose about 10 years of age (he's upper 30's), then he might have an ice-cube's chance in Kona, but only if he didn't race in newtons.
On an other side note, I think there are other top level IM pros that would have a slightly better chance, such as current IM world champ Pete Jacobs.