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Annoyingly it does not directly show you established finish time.
Does anyone know what Khanivore's number or name is? I'm feeling a bit jealous now watching on the telly. Well done everyone!
Thanks, Susan, by the way. Basey and son came to church today for the first time together so son could see where we are getting married and he said he enjoyed himself. I'm so pleased! Everyone was pleased to see us and to say congratulations. I wore my Brighton marathon finishers tee shirt too. =)
Looks like a good thread day - loved watching Wabo close down on one of my clubmates on the tracker - will let you all stalk times but FRC, Martin, Wabo safely in and celebrating now.
so pleased for them all but especially Wabo - so well deserved my love!!! have known you longest on here and know how fab that result is for you. well done..
picked Martin up from the tube - fed him two beers and crisps and after a bath he set off home...
great times by all.....
LO65? Kharnivore? dont know names to stalk....
Didds junior #1 safely home - 4:40:17, slower than he wanted but still a great performance on a hot & sunny day - I got sun burn spectating. He paced well in first half in c.30 min 5ks, got to half-way in 2:07 but had to run/walk from mile 19. Saw him on the Embankment at just before mile 25 looking strong which gave him a spurt for a strong finish.
Didn't see Wabo, Martin or FRC - seen Wabo's time on Facebook . Will have a look on VLM website for other times.
Made me think again about entering ballot for next year - was definitely thinking about again before today but probably prefer autumn Maras tbh.
me too Didds... but there are not that many of them... been looking .. maybe tempted by Gloucester in January!
come on Dave - you know you want to...
First Thank you once again Susan for you and Gordan being such amazing hosts
well I gave everything today and it worked a new pb in 3.41.08 and I hope this helps In 2007 I ran my first London marathon in 4.36 so nearly an hour quicker so if you want a sub 4 just keep going and you will achieve it.
JUst looked at my splits kept a good even pace until the last 2k so nearly got it right
Had an amazing day but missed out on my sub-4 But hey, it was London and it was my first marathon
Key moments were needing to take a number 2 at mile 16, hamstring strain at mile 16, and cramp in my calf in mile 20.
My chip time is 04:05:54 so not that far off. I really lost heart after the forced toilet beak in mile 16 and i think trying to catch up hurt me. By the time the hamstring gave in I was really quite demoralised. Still had an awesome time and Garmin tell me my average moving pace was 9:06 min/mile! Bodes well for the future!
Here are my splits
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