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RE: Women runs 520 miles on treadmill in 7 days but doesn't get WR as Guinness says her witness doesn't count
Does anybody else here not really care about the 53 thing? I couldn't care less about the GPS data of a something-of-nothing record that anyone with enough time on their hands could have a decent crack at breaking. She wasn't actually awarded a Guinness WR for that one either, so I really don't think it matters. Or maybe that's just me?
The reason that this latest one is more worth kicking up more of a fuss is for the ridiculous media circus created to try and get Guinness to overturn a perfectly reasonable decision, based purely on gullible public opinion. Also, this would be taking away the record from Sharon Gaytor, who got the record fair and square, following all the procedures and guidelines set by GWR.
If they'd not thrown such a tantrum and just accepted Guinness's decision gracefully, all this sleuthing that's making everything they've ever done look suspicious wouldn't be happening.
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