He faces stiff competition in Tokyo on Sunday.
He thinks his record is around to stay.
He says he's in top shape still.
Despite his recent setbacks, he still thinks he can win gold.
The marathon world-record holder has struggled with injury.
The former New York City Marathon champion hasn't raced in nearly a year.
“I will always be running, running is my life."
Both athletes plan to qualify for the 2012 Olympics there.
Haile Gebrselassie, Paula Radcliffe will both be on the starting line.