I and II. The remarkably slow Delorme site was showing him about 500ft from the summit [R for comparison MtKatahdin is 5,270ft high 45o54'16" N 68o55'17" W]. Delorme are a GPS tracking company, so I guess they've embedded a chip in Jurek's skull. Google isn't updating the world quick enough, but twitter is:
according to Ian Corless, the running man has completed the challenge at the top of Mt Katahdin with about 3 hours to spare. His time was 46 days, 8 hours and 20 minutes. Jennifer Pharr Davis, the running woman, ran the other way (North-South) and took 0.27% longer. They are within 99.7% of running it in the same time. When are athletes going to embrace the concept of statistical significance and call these two runs The Same?