Well done all. I greatly enjoyed the reports. Two weeks after Brighton I ran London on Sunday. Managed 3:44:55 with a one minute negative split, which makes it all very enjoyable. Weather conditions were perfect.
Is there anywhere which gathers all the data on a spreadsheet so that it can be analysed? I'd like to compare 2015s splits with 2014s. I think that because it was so much cooler most people ran much closer to even splits in 2015. I overtook about 1,000 people in the last 7.2km, but it didn't feel like it!
At the risk of telling you all something you know far better than me, the trains in London have changed since last year in a way which is relevant for many going to London Marathon start. Charing Cross trains do not stop at London Bridge. Cannon Street ones do.
Following my comments about sunburn at Brighton, it looks like there will be no such problem tomorrow!
BTW I'm 29184 at Green start. I've been following, broadly, P&D up to 55 with no speed work and have a target of 4H for tomorrow. I'll be wearing a blue and yellow striped singlet: please feel free to say hi if you see me. My name is Steve.
Wenty - It's none of my business of course, but I suggest deferring this idea until such time as you've have chance to practice running long distances with the outfit on. Not being able to remove the head sounds very dangerous to me.