I'm not sure if he also is advocating there be two world records for ever event - a rabbitted and non-rabbited record as he wrote the following.
AIPSA pres wrote:
TWO WORLDS â€“ In addition to this, the regularity of races with the so-called â€˜rabbitsâ€™ or â€˜pacemakersâ€™, which changed the face of middle- and long distance races, also has to be established once and for all.
It is now almost impossible to set a world record during the Olympic Games or World Championships - the sole exception was in the 800 metres at the Olympic Games in London. Currently, two very different worlds from a technical point of view exist from the 800 metres upwards, depending on if the race takes place in a meeting of the Diamond League or at the World Championships and Olympics. In the former, pacemakers are allowed, while in the latter, arguably the most important events, they are not, the dynamics of which overturns the technical meaning of a specialty and a race.
It is as if there were two different regulations in a football match depending on the tournament â€“ unthinkable.