You can still factory reset the watch. What I think was meant here was his claim that he lost data because he had bad internet then "manually deleted files" from the TomTom is rubbish. The watch makes space as needed once files are successfully uploaded to the Online TomTom Mysports page. Even then it keeps the basic run stats on the watch(this is all from the TomTom support pages). Any excuses around the process are outright lies.
Deleted data wrote:
I'm confused about this deleted data claim. If you CAN'T delete data off the Tomtom device, then how can he fool the investigators?
He cant delete the data?
If so, why are people saying he'll get away with it by simply deleting data.
Surely he CAN delete data, and probably has. Although he put screen shots of the Tomtom data on his facebook, so that is evidence
Phil Knight wrote:Worried wrote:I really, really doubt it. The CEO's whole schtick is based on ethics and honor in sport. The evidence against RY is overwhelming. If SKINS whitewashes it and lets it go Fuller is going to piss off the most hardcore fans of track and field and make his brand a joke.
I'm more than a little worried we are going to get a big inconclusive verdict due to no data left for the experts to actually analyse. This will Skin's the opportunity to stick their heads in the sand and keep supporting RY.
SKINS may not be able to legally get their sponsorship money back, but I predict they at least will throw a ton of shade at RY and never work with him again.
RY is still recovering from that blister on his small toe.
Good to see the thread ticking over....does anyone know if RY is at Equinox24 this coming weekend?? He and Adam was down as a pair.
Unlike RY, this man actually has completed ultra distance wogs and could feasibly complete the wog across the US.
British Girl wrote:
He’s going to try to run 3,063 miles from San Francisco to New York faster than anyone ever has. He started on the morning of Sept. 12 from San Francisco City Hall, with the goal of breaking the record of 46 days, 8 hours and 36 minutes set 36 years ago by Frank Giannino Jr.