Better proof wrote:
That is a good point Mr. Fraud alert. However, I think that when it comes to comparing the "evidence" from this race it is even more of a slam dunk.
On the guilty side is-
not enough sweat showing on his shirt on a warm day
On the no-cheating side is-
wife and kids saw him run by at multiple points on the course
photos of him running at several spots along the course
other runners remembering him passing them
not a single eye-witness to any wrongdoing in over 10 years of racing
responded and clearly defended himself upon receiving accusation email
dozens of other 5k's, 13.1 & 26.2 mi races corroborating his finish time
How's that sweat thing workin for ya??
This is Kip's post about the sweat that I was referencing.