Tracker is on the RV as explained earlier for people to find Rob, I'm not there so cannot comment if he could put it on his body or if there is even a tracker that could do this.
yes, it has been stated earlier that having the tracker on person is typical.
Hr watch is fine but batteries run out and chafing from a strap would drive you crazy after a few days. This will sound like an excuse to many of you but it's a reality. Anyone who has done a 100 miler will testify how even the smallest irritant can ruin your race and HR straps chafe like hell after a while with sweat etc getting worse on the body.
Watches are fine but you have the same issues with charging, accuracy and as far as I am aware there is no GPS watch that will continuously record for more than 12 hours with accuracy. Therefore Rob would have to have loads of watches and keep charging and swopping them. He may well be doing this and it is a question I will ask.
he has been using shorter bouts of running followed by rest. no 12 hour long stretches of movement not allowing for recharge time. 3 watches would be plenty i would think.
Watch accuracy is impeccable these days.
No matter what any of you say there are internet and wifi issues across the country like there are in many countries. Again this is a reality and not an excuse.
Upload data locally to pc, then to internet next time cellular data is available. Don't tell me they are stopping at coffee shops to use wifi.
Rob won the race across America last year and I would have thought that would have been good enough for most of you to see his pedigree as it was in your back yard and not some tinpot race like we have in the UK.
don't know much about the race across America that he won. But you seem to avoid questions regarding legitimacy of his other races and triathlon career.
Complete video coverage is practically impossible in my opinion as you would need a separate crew for this alone. I do know the majority of the run has been recorded on film, and I believe all of it on GPS but I will get full clarification on this later today. You also have the footage from your TV channels mentioned earlier.
a go pro strapped to the RV is all that's necessary. no need for a film crew.