Before I accuse the race management of taking money (that seems libelous) or of ignoring this or whatever, I'd like to know when they intend to make a decision and what the process is for making such a decision and how they will ultimately announce something. This can't drag on forever but it is certainly possible that they've notified Frank that he has a certain length of time to respond to an accusation, to submit GPS data or something similar before they plan to remove him from the results. Perhaps thirty days? I know that in most cases the accused would not be given that kind of time but we probably all agree that there are some aspects of this that could make race management proceed with a bit of caution and they would not want to look like it was a rush to judgment.
So, when would we reasonably expect this to conclude and how would we even know that it has?
You are assuming the LA Marathon has not already completed their inquiry and letting the result stand as is?
I’m not really assuming anything. I think that is very much in the range of possibilities. I suppose I didn’t articulate that but it certainly is possible, pathetic as that may be.