For timings, send a mail to race timing systems. they might be able to extract the information you're looking for.
As far as the race is concerned, having tried to train since a heart attack 11 months prior, being told by the quack that the discs in my Lumbar spine are shagged and walking is the best I could acheive I started the race. The weather was foul but the company was good, the marshalls in the main excellent but the organisation could / should have been better.
I was last but one on the course and despite being in extreme pain at mile 12 pushed on to 15 to get the, advertised, coach back to the stadium. Between 12 and 15 things were being packed away which was quite demoralising. Getting to 15 and being told "oh the coach has gone" was really the worst thing I'd heard for a very long time. One of the guy's handing out water was an absolute diamond and offered a lift back to the stadium to me and the last person on the course. She was intent on continuing but realised that the cold and wet and lack of support going on could result in serious trouble.
Having said all of that if my back can be fixed I'll be back out there next year or the year after.
Final gripe, crap finish line experience I could see that and I didn't cross it. The lack of anywhere to change other than unheated toilets. The medal stuffed in the bottom of a 'goodie' bag that contained nothing good (that includes the quality of the bag itself) was perhaps the final insult of the day.