The 28th annual Servus Edmonton Marathon wrapped up Sunday with a record breaking time in the full marathon.
David Mutai of Ontario won the full marathon on the men’s side and broke the event record with a time of 2:27.07.
Lethbridge native Kip Kangogo was second among the men with a time of 2:28.28.
On the women’s side, Kari Elliot of Red Deer captured the title with a time of 3:01.02, while Edmonton’s Anna Kessler was third, finishing the race in 3:08.42.
It was estimated this year’s event improved on the nearly 5,000 runners and walkers who participated last year.
“I love it. Edmonton is an awesome marathon — the people are great. Perfect weather today, too,” Edmonton Marathon veteran Steve Gray said.
“It was awesome.”
This year’s event brought participants from as far away as Japan.
WATCH BELOW: The Edmonton Marathon set a record of 5,000 runners and this year, organizers say they are on pace to break that record this weekend.