It's up on iplayer now. I hadn't realized the quality of the field, also great in the women's race. Unfortunately, they missed the break, and from then on, it wasn't such an exciting race anymore, but still nice to see Haile run. Hopefully, he doesn't copy Bekele, in following up a great road race with poor track performance - if he can hold it together in Hengelo, why not? Haile seems to think he needs a top three finish though, and whether he can achieve that will depend a lot on how the race is run.
I was surprised to see Abshero letting Kebede take second so easily - did he really have nothing left, or did he feel Kebede deserved a consolation prize?
Makau in 5th was also a surprise, as was the time he lost to Haile. But of course, it's difficult to compare pure marathon runners to someone who's clearly set his sight on the track now.