curiously interested wrote:
I think the best bet is have someone with a bicycle just ride along with him for some meaningful distance and monitor him. Tell him, "I'm going to ride behind you for the next 100 miles." See what he says or does.
Biking behind him would be an easy way to track him, but man, who wants to spend a week biking 60 miles a day at 5 mph through the middle of the night. Looks like, most of his running is at night which would help reduce dehydration and exhaustion in heat and humidity, but also detection of cheating.[/quote]
You hit the nail on the head... he/they figured this would be easy to execute because who in their right mind is really going to check? As long as he registers the completion with little suspicion its a win for him.