It actually does add up. Many times. Obviously that is not common. But, it is true with Gene Dykes. Also with Frank. Frank is a stud no matter what. He ran a 41;46 10k 2 minutes after a 1:21:39 40k bike ride, which was 7 minutes after a 36:19 1500 meter swim. Surf city triathlon, a year ago. You think he cheated that? To finish 180 of 318. That effort alone, tells me that his 40:19 front 10k at LA this year seems very believable, especially with a photo of him crossing the mat with another guy whose statistics show him crossing it at the same gun time. (his clock time was much slower and Frank beat him by 9 minutes) That being the case it makes no since for someone as fast as Frank, to not just run the whole thing himself, without some kind of help to gain just a few minutes. Yet their is much funny looking stuff. (impossible splits mainly) I saw a video of him supposedly at the end of the LA marathon 2018. The link is on this thread p3. (channel 5 webcam) Frank is doing a suspicious looking dash to the side and a quick shirt and bib adjustment. And the runners around him are weird looking, acting silly and it is odd. Frank looks slow. (but his legs are churning) I forgot how slow I can look on finish line videos. (at 7:00 and under pace) Even 6:00 runners actually do not look too fast on these type videos. Conclusion, all the haters, and the "serious" runners-some who are elite age group runners themselves, have made valid observations regarding Frank. After all, impossible splits is proven. (this assumes the distances are accurate, something that is actually rare in the many races I have run) I will guarantee you that whoever tabulates single age world records does not walk every course. Especially when it is youth runners. If that is always the case, then Frank now has the single age record for 70 year olds. Gene may have the 71 year old record. Does "single age" worry about point to point, or net downhil? Do thy require you be a USATF member? Is Frank even a USATF member? But, Frank "cheating" will remain a suspicion only, until someone can prove it.