Americans Bryan Morseman and Megan Gubbins were crowned the Male and Female PwC Bermuda Marathon Champions, while Abdulmenan Kasim Gelatu and Nuhamin Bogale Ashame both from Ethiopia were crowned the Male and Female PwC Bermuda Half Marathon Champions.
Morseman clocked a time of 2:28:52 over a new course that saw the runners start in Dockyard, Bermudaís Sean Trott was second with a time of 2:43:04 and American Vincent Dussault finished third with a time of 3:03:27.
Gubbins was 5th overall stopping the clock in a time of 3:10:52, Stephanie Hodge from the USA was the second female at the distance and 14th overall clocking 3:28:59 and Bermuda runner Suzanne Socki was the third female finisher and 15th overall clocking 3:29:04.
Abdulmenan Kasim Gelatu clocked a winning time of 1:07:42, Abu Kebede Diriba also from Ethiopia was second in a time of 1:08:33 and a third runner from Ethiopia Temesgen Habtemariam Bekele finished third with a time of 1:10:03.
Ashame clocked winning time finishing 7th overall with a time of 1:18:09, American Therese Haiss was the second female finisher and 9th overall with a time of 1:18:34 and Meseret Ali Basa from Ethiopia was the third female finisher and 12th overall clocking 1:20:01.
Patrick Casey from the United States and Scotlandís Eilish McColgan claimed back to back titles when they ran to victory to become the BF&M 10K Menís and Womenís Champions at the National Sports Center as the International Race Weekend continued.
Casey clocked a winning time of 31:31, with Abdulmenan Kasim Gelatu from Ethiopian second in 31:04 and Dey Dey from Sudan was third in 31:23.
Crossing the line ninth overall was McColgan sclocking a time of 33:28, Nuhamin Bogale Ashame from Ethiopia was the second female finisher and 12th overall with a time of 35:33 and Therese Haiss from the United States was the third female finisher and 14th overall in a time of 36:09.
Edward Shum was the first local male finisher crossing the line 10th overall with a time of 34:56, while Gayle Lindsay was the top local female finisher stopping the clock in a time of 39:57 finishing 32nd overall.
In some extreme weather conditions at times, records for the Butterfield Front Street Mile Elite Races were never going to be threatened.
American Patrick Casey won the Menís Elite race with a time of 4:14.32, Dage Minors was second in 4:15.57 and Harun Abda finished third clocking 4:15.60.
Eilish McColgan won the Womenís Elite race stopping the clock in a time of 4:45.70, Therese Haiss crossed the line in second in 4:50.66 and Nuhamin Bogale Ashame finished third clocking a time of 4:53.90.