Just because he "sailed" (literally) to a win in Boston doesn't mean that much. London this year was much harder to win.
A 2:04:55 in Rotterdam is nice but Duncan Kibet and James K.... (what's his name again) both ran half a minute faster there and how much have you heard about them since?
2:05:10 in Berlin? Yeah, nice but 1 and a half minute slower than Makau and still over a minute slower than the then already aging Haile Gebreselassie.
One thing I have to admit is Geoffrey Mutai's consistancy, that is great.
No disrespect, Geoffrey Mutai is a great runner, one of the greatest, but I think the other Mutai is stronger.
I will bump this on Sunday.