Seriously, Coach wrote:
"you look at Dr. Frank Meza, could this have happened? I don’t see it."
I have never seen a photo of Ed Whitlock or Gene Dykes with a lanyard attached to a chip doing this:
If so, that chip-on-a-string method must be something the rest of us don't know about. Someone let Kipchoge know he's missing out.
Or cuts off the bottom of his bib (which contains the timing chip) and has it on a cord around his wrist: