Would one "cheating" a point to point course...have to have help...you know such as passing the bib to another runner and then hopping into a car to rest and meet up again later. The bib substitute guy would have to be fast, and so would the guy who also runs with the bib, ie. Frank. Does this sound likely. In front of other people, no less. The skeptics are asking for alot of weirdness. Maybe hacking into the bib computer. Still asking alot. Easy to cheat in a point to point, really. And hit every timing mat. And be with photos (however few) on the course. Or are people saying he only cheats a little, just enough to be top dog. I had perused his prior runs a while back. I was surprised that he was so slow at 60. (just under 3'30 - and a slight bonk no less) I could relate. I noticed that his pacing improved. Times slowly improved too. Finally broke 3:00:00 after what must have been a frustrating near miss. (3:00:16) Their are many fast runners who do not participate in USATF. Costs alot to travel across the country for a national championship that has mostly locals. Frank must have known his times would be scrutinized. Knowing that, after running faster than the record of Gene Dykes, to come back and run the LA Marathon, where everyone should have known he runs most years, would be pretty ballsy if he was "cheating". Just saying..