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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

Ultrarunning Judge wrote:

[quote]Fraud wrote:

[quote]Ultrarunning Judge wrote:



We don't know that they are. They might have inheritance. Making unsubstantiated statements discredits you.

She is fun and pleasant. I'm not convinced she's an elite runner. But not many people who run longer than marathon distance are. They don't have talent to compete so run further.


The bf has no job. He's a trustee of the "charity" with her and the father.
It doesn't take a genius to fathom they are drawing expenses.
It has been reported to the Charities Commission.
She PRETENDS to be nice in order to draw people in to get them to donate.
Of course she isn't an elite runner, yet claimed she ran hundreds of miles to steal a record off a genuine runner, when she cheated.
That makes you a fun and pleasant person? Stealing a record is okay with you?[/quote]
What if they have an inheritance?[/quote]

What if she rode her unicorn on some of the 53 marathons to give her world class ultra legs a rest.
The reason why so many set up these dodgy charities is because they legally CAN draw expenses. So of course they are.
Now if you are genuine and really care about your cause and there are genuine expenses, then fine.
A "saving the bats" charity would need expenses to drive to collect injured bats and make bat houses etc
But she got donations to her "charity" based on lies. That is fraud.

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