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Email exchange with Mr. Fuller
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From: xxxx
Date: Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: Act now re: Robert Young
To: Jaimie Fuller

I am saying that we already KNOW that the data has been manipulated because cadence and heart rate are missing and one activity I identified has been cropped.

I am saying that the original data should be secured now before he can claim it was deleted. The original data must be what is analyzed by your panel, not this filtered nonsensical version he is putting in the public domain now.

The original data, some of it at least, is in his TomTom MySports account online.

On Jun 24, 2016, at 1:18 PM, Jaimie Fuller wrote:

You are suggesting that a forensic investigation of the data cannot determine if it's been manipulated?

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On 24.06.2016, at 21:39, xxxx wrote:

To be clear, I am suggesting that SKINS act immediately to secure Mr. Young's TomTom MySports account. That is where the original data lies. He is downloading from there, stripping data from it, and reuploading elsewhere.

I fear this "new" data will be the only thing available to your panel, leading to a farce of an "investigation" and a verdict of "inconclusive".

This is not a man's medical records, it's the same running data he's uploading publicly now, just in a more original, enriched state.

If he has nothing to hide and wants to be sponsored by you - demand the account information now and secure it so that only the panel can login.

On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 11:39 AM, xxxx wrote:
Thanks really appreciate it. Just wanted to make you aware of the data manipulation that is currently taking place right now as Robert uploads his "data" for all to see.

He is cropping the runs, not showing the originals which would have cadence data (logging of actual footsteps to indicate a runner was wearing the device and it wasn't in a vehicle, and deleting activities that we point out as too fast.

On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 11:32 AM, Jaimie Fuller wrote:
Hi xxxx
I have absolutely no experience with this which is why we're appointing an independent panel. We will announce it next week, hopefully in first half.
I will not attempt to interpret the data myself. It would be a huge waste of my time and achieve nothing.
We will get to the truth


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On 24 Jun 2016, at 8:04 PM, xxxx wrote:

Please act urgently and demand the original data now:

Robert Young is already manipulating his data. His TomTom watch captures heart rate and cadence, and the TomTom website can be used to view un-editable exercise data. Instead, he is already exporting this data and changing it. No ancillary data to suggest a real person was moving the GPS device at these ridiculous paces is viewable now.

Check out this 4.61 mile run he posted on Facebook a while ago:

Check out his Strava activity:
This one is slower, and the tail end of the original file has been cropped out (it's shorter). A high speed would be required to drop the average pace by 2 min/mi over just the missing part.

Likely an attempt to delete data that shows he hopped in a vehicle at this point and forgot to turn off his watch.
Of course, this Strava account where he is uploading non-original data curiously lacks any information from the night of June 4/5 (when he was caught twice in Emporia, KS), nor from the hours just after my example, when he supposedly "ran" 34 miles in 4 hours with hardly any water through the desert by himself...

Thank you,


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