More on Landry here. Looks like he's coaching at Michigan now:
The Richmond Times Dispatch wrote:
Ruto, running in Richmond for the first time, was content to play a waiting game when the other frontrunners established a relatively slow pace over the first half of the race. The same cannot be said for Chris Landry, a pre-race favorite. Landry tried on several occasions to force a faster tempo. He succeeded only in draining his energy reserves on a day that was cool and crisp in the shadows but sneakily warm in the sunlight.
Landry, who hoped to flirt with 2:12, fell well short. He finished in fourth place at 2:17.11. He was the only U.S. native among the top five.
Landry, the runner-up in USA Track’s 2012 15K and 25K national championship events, “definitely wanted a faster pace,” Suddeth said. “I think maybe he did too much work early trying to make it happen.”