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RE: Robert Young fakes run across America

CoachKev wrote:

http://ultrakev.blogspot.co.uk/

I will upload some videos of one of the run's I did with Rob when he ran 373 miles without sleep and it has some of the footage of my watch recording him doing sub 7 min pace.


Running sub-7 min pace at the end of his 373-mile run is completely out of character for Rob Young.

At Race Across USA, a fellow participant claimed Rob would start fast (5:00 to 5:30 pace) and then finish jog/walking.
http://www.marathonmanuk.com/

At his only 2 certified marathons, London 2015 and 2016 (one of the fastest flattest marathon courses in the world), he started fast and progressively declined to jog/walking. He didn't run a 5K split in sub-7 pace after 25K (15.5 miles) in his 3:07 London 2015 race or after 10K (6.2 miles) in his London 2016 race. And this was the race that allegedly inspired him to start marathoning in April 2014.

I wonder how Rob was so fresh to run sub-7 pace as he was 350 miles into his 373-mile alleged non-stop, non-sleep WR run?

London 2015 in 3:07
http://results-2015.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com/2015/?content=detail&fpid=search&pid=search&idp=9999990F5ECC83000016BBF2&lang=EN_CAP&event=MAS&search[name]=Young&search[firstname]=Rob&search[sex]=%25&search[nation]=%25&search_sort=name&search_event=MAS
5K splits: 17:31, 19:00, 19:49, 21:28, 21:32, 23:08, 23:54, 31:52

London 2016 in 4:02:06
http://results-2016.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com/2016/?content=detail&fpid=search&pid=search&idp=9999990F5ECC8300001A4478&lang=EN_CAP&event=MAS&search[name]=Young&search[firstname]=Rob&search[sex]=%25&search[nation]=%25&search_sort=name&search_event=MAS
5K splits: 19:53, 21:24, 22:20, 23:08, 24:35, 26:53, 33:08, 50:34

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