I am really keen on entering the 2010 New York Marathon, but have found myself in a bit of a quandry.....I do all of my runs for Macmillan Cancer Support so have the choice of applying for one of their charity places and raising the sponsorship; or taking the chance with the official ballot.
Does anyone have any advice regarding the ballot, as I am always convinced that I'd never be lucky enough to be selected! I did FLM 2009 for Macmillan and swore it would be my one and only marathon but the bug has bitten once again and now I'm all guns blazing for New York! I'd be gutted not to get a place, hence my question!
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