The one thing that strikes me like a hammer to the head is that when they tested Jeff Farnell they honestly thought his 1.015 flying 10 was in anyway near what it needs to be to run a 10.7, and that they threw in his hand times for what? dramatic effect? I thought even high schoolers knew they aren’t to be trusted.
Combine it this:
“At the time of writing, his best fly-in 10 meter has dropped even further to 0.957 seconds. (Video 2) If you carry that out over a 100m dash that would be 0.6 seconds of an improvement!”
and it just gets ridiculous. That .95 would have him just barely back to where he was for his 100m PR. They don’t tell you that the “.6 improvement” comes from when he was only in low 11 shape.