Mo Farah was wearing his sprinting boots on Sunday as he won the 10-mile Great South Run on the streets of Portsmouth.
The ever-smiling Londoner surged ahead in the final 150 metres to become the first Briton to win the race in 13 years, while Portugal's Ines Monteiro was the women's victor.
Did anybody see Farah in action or maybe you were one of the 21,000 running on Sunday?
Could this be the start of the European 5,000m silver medallist stepping up to the longer distances for next season?
Farah's keeping his options open but it's great to see Britain's great prospect dominating on the international stage.
Let us know what you think as the country's athletes begin their winter training and start planning for new goals in 2010.