Oh you are well read. GPS tracking is corroborating evidence. As are fellow ultra-marathon runners and other eyewitnesses, and video, and previous race performances.
If he sets a record, maybe because he was drafting behind an RV, while others were running in the open.
I guess I could be flattered, in an "imitation is the best form of flattery" kind of way.
But yes rekrunner =/= rekrunnner
And I don't care about Robert Young.
Don't be fooled, this isn't me. It's just a troll pretending to me. I guess I'm flattered, in a way.
But I've always believed time alone is insufficient to form any conclusion. If he cheated, there would be other, substantial corroborating details, e.g. connections to dodgy persons, flash in the pan performances, institutional support, accusations from employees, teammates, competitors, journalists, etc. The lack of any corroboration at all, of substance, argues strongly against Robert's cheating.
I'm wondering, if no one else can come close to his time, even if cheating, why does anyone believe that cheating could work for people at all in the trans crossing? Why would you believe that cheating can be the only possible explanation for RY, yet no other cheating athlete has been able to duplicate his performance with cheating? If cheating works, it should be possible to at least demonstrate the improved performance with multiple examples. Now I know a proof by example is not proof, but it's better than a proof with no examples.