Nobody special wrote:
He already has done one transcontinental run. If you believe that one was legit there is no reason to believe he doesn't finish this one with this newfound scrutiny.
That race was very different to this. 26 miles a day, or thereabouts. And i'm not convinced that was legit now. He arrived at the finish BEFORE the organisers got there. Maybe it was a practice run to cheat, to see how easy it would be to go back and cheat a world record