Geoffrey Mutai likes his chances in any championship-style marathon.
The Kenyan has turned in two eye-popping performances in seven months in races without pace-setters after he shattered the course record in the New York City Marathon on Sunday. He figures to be the favorite at next summer's London Games -- if he can make the Olympic team in a country so deep in the sport.
Mutai finished in 2 hours, 5 minutes, 6 seconds, crushing the previous mark of 2:07:43 set by Tesfaye Jifar of Ethiopia a decade earlier.
Several athletes from Bermuda took part in the race, Andrew Hunt crossed the line in a time of 3:02:05 finishing 1,314th overall, Geoffrey Blee finished 1,730th overall clocking a time of 3:06:41.
Manuel Lopes finished with a time of 3:19:48 crossing the line in 3,402nd, with Spencer Conway finishing 4,550th with a time of 3:26:22. Martina Olcheski-Bell finished 12,578th with a time of 3:54:20, Emily Dunne clocked a time of 3:59:56 finishing 15,152nd.
Stephen Dunkley finished 17,174th clocking 4:05:50, Sarah Berlis finished 26,625th with a time of 4:31:09, while Salvatore Cantarella finished 28,269th with a time of 4:36:26.
David McHugh finished 34,704th overall after recording a time of 4:57:41, while Shiona Turini clocked a time of 5:01:04 finishing 35,656, Phillip Faries finished 40,723rd clocking a time of 5:27:40 and Sharon Dublin finished 42,357th with a time of 5:40:31.