When it comes to forming opinions, I generally like to keep my own counsel. But I have to go with the crowd-sourced consensus when it comes to the two Baby Boomers who were caught cheating at last weekend's Vancouver Sun Run. Why?
Neena Cheema, who won the 50-54 age-group category for women, and Mohammed Razak, who took the 55-59 men's category, were banned for life from the annual 10-kilometre run after taking shortcuts along the course, the Vancouver Sun reported.
This YouTube video purports to show Cheema jogging in behind an older couple at the 34:44 mark before popping out again at 36:11.
I can sort of understand someone justifying cheating on an exam to short-cut their education and get better grades, or fudging a CV to get a career leg-up. Don't approve of it, but understand it. If you cheat, your accomplishments are built on air.
But why cheat on a 10k fun run? What exactly is the payoff?
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Seriously people cheat to win the #Vancouver sun run?? What the hell is wrong with you?? It's