Can't get time up on website. Think it's 4.28. Went to corcorans had three pints. Left message for yer maj with waitress.
They seem to be online now. Try searching with the 1st name, it is the only way it works for me.
3:46:21. Decided to go long sleeve base layer and tshirt. Freezing at the start, way to hot from K26 onwards, basically after the big tunnel I stopped and 'changed'. Missing a PB by 90s, that's a huge chunk of that. Happy with the effort, I wouldn't rate Paris as a fast race. Fast start as space available, but running into previous waves once hitting the narrow roads doesn't help.
I decided on my running gear. Long sleeve winter weight base layer, tshirt over the top, and a windstopper jacket. Gloves, beany, long socks and tights. I spend about 4 hours outside this morning, and it is freezing cold and windy.
I never intended this race for a time, so I go for compfort.
Still not clear about the bag drop points. And the blueone they gave usdoesn't take a lot.
Nothing for me either. But they are set up for something special in terms of queuing, just based on the fences outside looking like Eurodisney type of crowd management system, and there are about 50 people that check the medical certificate.
Expo is a bit pants, didn't spend a Euro at all in there. It seems more expensive than what I can buy online in the UKand I didn't need any emergency items.
BEst was teh women that was trying to sell me a Lanzarote race. I asked if it was close to La Santa, just so I could guess what it is like as I have been there a few times. She answered, No, it is nearer to Africa than to Spain.
I just had teh chance to try both sizsa at teh Paris Marathon expo. The Salomon guy said that M/L would be the best fit for me. I will order online when back home, not prepared to pay Eur 170 for it if I can get it for £135ish online.