Diriba Degefa Yigezu and Gemma Steel are the Bermuda Half Marathon Male and Female Champions, while Bryan Morseman and Meseret Ali Bass are the Bermuda Marathon Male and Female Champions.
In near perfect weather conditions the race got underway on Front Street with hundred of participants taking to the course.
Yigezu completed the hat-trick of wins this after taking the tape in the Elite Men’s Front Street Mile race and then the 10K, he crossed the line on Front Street in a time of 1:05.53, Scott Overall was second in 1:07.03 and Alexander Teuten was third in 1:07.54.
Steel stopped the clock in a time of 1:14.24, she was the 6th competitor to cross the line, while the second female finisher Rebecca Moore was the 8th runner to cross the line she was clocked at 1:18.00 and rounding out the top three Female finishers Lauren Murray finished 13th overall with a time of 1:28.11.
Jay Donawa was the first Male local runner to cross the line finishing 7th overall in a time of 1:17.12, while Deon Breary was the first local Female and 19th overall with a time of 1:30.39.
Morseman completed the Marathon in a time of 2:29:11, with Nick Synan finishing second in 2:46:02 and Ben Parkes rounded out the top three finishers with a time of 2:46:21.
Basa was the 6th runner to cross the line in a time of 3:02:39, Rose-Anna Hoey was the second female finisher and 9th overall with a time of 3:12:29, she was also the first Bermuda runner to cross the line and finishing 13th overall was the third female finisher Stephanie Hodge clocking 3:26:56.