SATURDAY, JANUARY 14: Chris Estwanik beat Lamont Marshall by 30 seconds to win the 10k during Bermuda Marathon Weekend.

Estwanik clocked 31:03 to take the 10k title.

Marshall beat overseas runner Steve Slattery by 1:06, with Slattery finishing in 32:39. Tim Konoval and Sean Trott round out the top five in the men’s field.

Juma Mouchette was the first junior as the 17-year-old timed 36:21, finishing behind Kenyan and former world champion Douglas Wakiihuri.

Right behind Mouchette, in ninth place, was Rolanda Bell, who was the first woman to finish in 36:27.

Korene Hinds was the second woman followed by Mardrea Hymann with Tamika Williams the first local woman.

Williams crossed the line in 41:15.

It’s been a good weekend for Williams as she won the local women’s KPMG Front Street Mile on Friday night.

Joanna Shillington was the fifth woman to finish.

Daniel Oatley was the second junior across the line. He stopped the clock at 39:11 with Tyler Smith the third junior in 41:05.

The oldest finisher was Italian Franco Sfarra, 79, in 1:48:40 with 78-year-old Reggie Young winning the 75 to 79-year-old age group in 1:06:25.