Ah, sorry Steve. Your 35:10 10K in March indicated that you were on for sub-2:45, so it was tough training, combined with a gutsy race-day performance, that got you the result. It's a superb achievement for a veteran and something that I aspire to.
I'll have a go for it at London, but I can see it being touch-and-go.
In other news, I've put on 2 kilos since my marathon on 5th October!
Andrews - reckon you'll be good for 2.45, just keep at it. I was about same as you going into London but just was very determined on the day.
Westy, you were five minutes faster than me going into London. If you're suggesting that you were more determined on the day, it's because you don't know me. I'm sure there were thousands of people running who were as determined as me, but none more so.