someone can look up the exact last 7.195km ( his 35km split ) in Geoffrey's 2"05'05 in new york '11, but article here says he covered 30 - 40k in 28'57 !!! & those have hills !!!
i know he didn't cover last 2.195km as quick as 30 - 40km, but it wasn't far off & like i said someone can look it up
anyhows, 28'57 for 10k proportioned to 7.195km is
considering 10k is lot longer than 7.195km & this finish contained some tough hills, it's pretty easy to conclude Geoffrey's was greatest finishing drive in a Major M
What about Biwott in 2015 at NYC? Ran a faster 10k to the finish than Mutai.