The Kenyan clocked 2:06:58 in the race's 66th edition.
His passport says he's 39, but there's reason to believe otherwise.
He thinks he has a shot for 2:05 in Fukuoka this weekend.
The race is the most top-heavy commercial marathon for men in the world.
He thinks he can cash in there.
He was in Holland to set a new world record, but came up short.
The double Olympic gold medalist regrets not racing it.
The Emporer went out in 27:20 on his favorite track.
He's not heading to London.
One of the greatest distance runners in the world isn't finished yet.