Really interesting to compare this guy to Adam Kimble, who tried to break this record last year:
First, Kimble is a much more accomplished and proven runner (even though he also came to the sport late):
Second, he was much better prepared with a bigger crew, multiple vehicles, a smarter route, and a better time of year:
And he didn't really come close. He still ran coast-to-coast, which is awesome. I have a lot of respect for the fact that he made no excuses about not doing it. It's a badass record.
My question to everyone is 1) Who has the record? How do we know the actual record was legit.