Indeed. I can see no real proof he won this European bronze as he claims, other than a post on runners world forum.
"Rob's PR times. I'm sure he will talk about them afterwards. My guess is he has quoted what he thinks the fastest time he's done that distance are, probably segments in longer runs, not the standard way to report your PRs but Rob doesn't always do things the regular way."
You don't just THINK you ran PR during a run and then go by that assumption with no proof.
- "His bronze triathlon place - somebody posted links to that from a forum in 2004 which put him in third place."
2004 Annual Fake Run For Fun
1st Place- J. Meoff
2nd Place- D. Bag
3rd Place- R. Young
It's posted on a forum now so it must be true.
2004 isn't THAT long ago. The internet was certainly well used then. You'd think the results would be somewhere.
There's an article saying he was world tri champ, so as he invented that, a European bronze could well be invented too