I don’t think we explained the cheating simple enough for a non- runner to understand. The LAT article does imply that he most likely cheated, but doesn’t go in to how preposterous the cheating was. For non-runners, Frank was over 70 years old when he allegedly ran a world record time, it is equivalent to winning a Gold Medal at the Olympics for a younger runner of similar capability. Oh, and while he was winning the Gold Medal, he stopped a few times to urinate. Oh again, there’s also pictures of him at the side of the road on the sidewalk, possibly stretching or something before jumping back on the course to win Gold. Imagine how fast he would be if he just ran without taking all those breaks.
Frank said all this attention is upsetting to him, and he doesn’t know what to do. A runner runs, someone who is as fast as Frank claimed to be would simply show results by running, and would do it immediately.