Susan, really so sorry to hear that. My thoughts are with you and the family and friends of course.
Howard, huge 'Well done'' to you on cracking 4 hours. Great stuff, especially after that fall.
How about the others running? Any more stories yet?
Sorry I didn't get my number in, (6569) couldn't remember log in details at home....doh!
An amazing day with fantastic support from from my wife and fellow club members and the great london crowds. (Even had my daughter come up from Southend Uni to support me) Conditions on the day were near perfect.
Anyway I went with habit of not wearing a watch, so just ran comfortable as possible without checking time/pace but last 6 miles were bloody hard as always. I'm really pleased though as I broke my 2008 PB by 7 mins to finish in 3.38 mins.
What an incredible day again all round. The cancer research people were great, and I got a good massage and free food/drinks/cakes etc. Feeling a bit beaten up today but managed my hilly 5 mile commute in to work in the sunshine on my push bike. Feeling great now (apart from legs!)
Howard, I know how you feel, It's 3 years since I did one.
FRC It's amazing how many niggles and pains rear up in the last few days before London. I thought I'd developed a blister on my right foot yesterday, only to find out it was a bobble in a hem line on my sock digging in when I walked!