The data has been uploaded from his watch to his TomTom sports account. No one needs to touch the watches.
Get someone there with a video (from a phone) to log into his TomTom account (he has already uploaded the data) click on the suspect sections one by one. This will then bring up a map showing where he ran, his splits (if he has auto-miles turned on) and his cadence.
This is all that needs doing. You don't need to fly a Strava employee out there or touch his watch.
Thanks for explaining it. I still thing having a Strava employee fly out would help.
So he's got proof he ran but won't share it? He's either an amazing PR man (hold it until the end) or an utter fraud.
One last tech question, do you think the TomTom data would make it clear ot everyone one way or the other as to whether he cheated or not?[/quote]
Strava is going to laugh at your request. They are a software company. They aren't going to fly an employee out to a moving RV to upload data for you, whether it's your dime or theirs.
Your best bet is to raise this to TomTom UK and to Guiness and tell them that the proof of cheating or legitimacy in this WR attempt resides on their servers but is not being made public for unknown reasons. And that you have lots of data that is indicative that cheating is the more likely scenario. TomTom UK may enable a look at the data that RY has uploaded but since hidden or deleted (there is no such thing as deleted as surely you know)