What if Good for your Age?

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LT
21/11/2002 at 18:01
I sent a letter (not a form) asking for a place in the London Marathon and proof of my time for the NYC marathon last year, but I'm worried that I should have sent something else. Should I have sent a check? Do you have any idea when I might hear from them?
21/11/2002 at 18:38
You should have sent proof of time and proof of i.d. (e.g. photocopy of driving licence/passport).
The above should have been sent by 18.10.02.
You should not have sent a cheque.
They ought to have got back to you by now (1) stating that they accept that you are who you say you are & have done the time that you claim to have done; (2) providing you with an entry application form (3) requesting a cheque. It might be worth giving them a call.
22/11/2002 at 17:03
The cheque would have had to be with them by the 18th November.
22/11/2002 at 19:57
Yes Lindsay - get onto them double quick. they've screwed up in not sending you an application form by the October deadline.

PS. they've already cashed my cheque.
LT
22/11/2002 at 23:51
Thanks, guys! I called them today, and they said that they had already sent the acceptance and application stuff, but i never got it. They are re-sending it all tomorrow, and everything seems to be ok! Thanks again, and happy running!

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