Posted: Today at 07:18
It's interesting to see a club runner with a suspicious time. It's odds-on that there would be others who know him checking on his splits and probably online stalking him on race day. Imagine watching your club mate slogging their way through the first half splits, then the next thing you know... they've finished! Must surely raise a few eyebrows at their club . Maybe he even took a club place to enter!
The best way to deal with this IMHO, is to wait a week or so after the race (to give them time to brag, update twitter/facebook) then release a public list of all the known cheaters. Could become compulsive annual viewing. It all starts this year.
Of course, all of this will pale when the first batch of confirmed drugs cheats are found at the top end of the scale.