<Does not compute>
Sorry, the BBC didn't mention anything about a race in their news report about the London Marathon yesterday.
(To be fair they did interview Scott Overall the day before, but if I wanted the main broadcaster to actually tell me the name of any single elite athlete racing tomorrow I'd still be waiting...)
Possibly but not definitely, hence the each way wager. Keitany is about 6/4, Kabuu is 7/1 and that is a huge difference in price which doesn't reflect their respective marathon results / potential.
Keitany has performed in 1 out of 3 of her marathons whilst Kabuu did brilliantly in her only one.
Great story so here it is again
He is pacesetting the other British Olympic hopefuls
Though as soon as his job is done I suppose he could just carry on?
Must be odd to be able to do that?
Pace a marathon and know you could carry on and still finish faster than most people ever born?
Finish a bit out of puff but nothing serious
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