Difficult to prove wrote:
No experienced marathon runner or coach is going to believe a 28 minute improvement in two months that was never followed up by a comparable performance. However it looks difficult to prove that she cheated given it happened four years ago and there are no split times or photos.
28 minutes can easily be a vibe of the day thing (e.g. weather). Especially with women and monthly effects.
Amy has never had a need to "follow up", because she no longer runs for speed, but for charity.
The lack of any proof whatsoever hasn't stopped LRC from defaming Amy before as a "cheater" on almost everyone of her life endeavours, so I'm guessing this new revelation won't change that either.