Eric Gillis (28:52) edged Chrsitopher Cheruiyot (29:03) to win the Vancouver Sun Run in British Columbia, Canada.
The top eight spots in the world’s second largest timed 10km race were decided by less than a minute, with 2013 and 2014 winner Paul Kimugul coming in third at 29:17.
More than 41,100 runners completed the course.
Full results from the Vancouver Sun Run https://t.co/9FTKwxX5YB Congrats
EricGillis42_2k</a> & <a href="https://twitter.com/LJM5252">LJM5252 on the wins! pic.twitter.com/4WCxJYBG4W
— Trackie (@Trackie) April 17, 2016
For the women, it was Lanni Marchant (32:15) managing to hold off last year’s winner Risper Gesabwa (32:20) to take the top spot.
Jane Mirage rounded out the top three with a time of 33:26.
— Charlene K (@Targetchatter) April 17, 2016