This is unsubstantiated conjecture. You are seeing what you want to see. It has never been a competition. The win happened on July 20, 1969. Hoaxers can speak from incredulity as much as they want "I can't see any way this could have happened except if it was fake", but their entire argument is nothing more than that: "I can't see any other way." Simply not true. The best you can say is: "I can't think of any way I could be misinterpreting what I'm seeing, or reading too much into it." A faked Moon landing is an extraorinary claim. You will need far more extraordinary evidence than "This particle behaved in a way I don't expect, here on Earth, where I have lived my whole life." Anomalies are not evidence of fakery. They're anomalies.