Less than 0.2% error wrote:
OK, say it's 520 miles (like LRC headline says) instead of 521. That's still enough for the record. If Guinness wanted Strava data on Power of 10, then they should have named the record "Most Treadmill Distance in a Week while livestreaming Strava to Power of 10".
Your lack of understanding of the issues here is quite amusing, Strava is nothing to with Power Of 10. Power of 10 is a database of performances in races, it does not hold anything like Strava does. With a footpod you could actually use a Garmin on the treadmill, this would have allowed a Strava upload that would actually mean something for the treadmill part.
The requests for Strava information relates to the claim of 53 Marathons.
Where Power of 10 came into things originally is that this is the first place we go to in the UK to assess the demonstrated ability of a runner in competitions. If there had been say a number of quick ultradistance results on there then we would have assessed things from a different starting point.