Everybodys allocated in the green zone on the app. Thats just the default setting until your timing chip crosses the start line in your designated start area (red). If your number corresponds to the red start, and your bib number is red, head to the red start.
If I had a choice between having to rely on the DLR or SouthEastern trains, I'd choose the DLR! Then I'd consider walking, then I'd look into chartering a private helicopter, then I'd think about swimming down the Thames to Greenwich, and then I'd consider SouthEastern trains!
September : 31 miles October : 80 miles November : 54 miles - This was training for the Las Vegas Marathon, which then became the Las Vegas HALF Marathon when I got a bit drunk the night before the race (turns out that Las Vegas is very dangerous for marathon prep)!!
December : 0 miles
January : 10 miles February : 21 miles - Both of these months were hampered by a 4 week lay-off with a grade 1 calf tear.
March : 89 miles April : 62 miles
To be honest, I could/should have done more, but 2015 has so far been full of minor injuries and niggles. Its only really the last 6 weeks where Ive been getting the right combination of quantity and quality in the training. I certainly wont be setting any records on Sunday though.
I noticed the most recent thunderstorm forecast too, although the forecast does seem to be changing quite drastically on an almost hourly basis. Looking at the forecast between Thursday and Tuesday, I think we'll be lucky if we get a dry day though. As much as I wouldnt mind a little shower, I wouldnt want it to drive the crowds away! At least we can guarantee that it wont be one of those crazy hot days that tend to follow the London Marathon!
Fleet Girl - make sure the masseuse knows youre doing the marathon on Sunday and doesnt go too deep and masochistic with the massage. Deep tissue massage is not a good idea now!