Frank I just read your comment, a very sad experience. Sometimes this happens without the runner being aware there is any issue. When I ran the GNR many years ago I stayed with a family who opened their house to runners in memory of their son who died after running a half. He had a heart condition no one was aware of and they supported runners to run for the charity. It was really emotional for the runners that day.
Well done Loubella, Karen and Nells great running!
Good luck Christopher for this weekend-keep up the foam rolling, it's the only way. What you said about your knee reminds me of my issue which is tightening of the IT band so i roll either side of it to release the muscle. For those of you that watched it you may remember Eddie Izzard going through the same thing with a physio massaging-ouch!
Well done Eggy, cracking time, sorry to hear about the knee
Jokeybhoy ive been looking at Brighton too and registered on an interest list. Hoping also for a ballot place in London- ive never had one and have been applying for years. Ive run it three times for charity! Surely it must be time!