to spot them as the crowds were so large. I reached half way about two minutes outside my target time but felt I could still make it up.At mile 14 I was starting to feel it a bit, but I was still having the run of my life as I went on towards mile 17
Yesterday I completed the Virgin London Marathon. I have so much more to say about the whole experience that I really don’t know where to start.Sod it, I’ll launch straight into the race itself which didn’t entirely go to plan! To set some context
I have never run a marathon race before, so it was a fantastic opportunity to run in the Virgin London Marathon for my first. However, I decided to go the extra mile, and tacked on a little post-marathon run to my day - an extra 95 miles to be exact
- I tucked into a scrummy cheese salad sandwich before we headed off to get the train home and to put our feet up for the evening.What a great day for my 19th marathon. Now, what about next year...
!), Simon Tate, Nell McAndrew, Sophie Atworth and many, many more .. of course, including the Rhino, Zebra, Mankini and Horse! I completed in 4:13:18 – yipee! Eta 4.15 – 4.20 so right on plan I am sooo happy to have done it and so grateful to everyone
walk to Greenwich Park and 10 to 15 minutes to the starting area. Seeing the Red Start turned up my excitement-o-meter another notch to fever pitch - I'm sure you can appreciate how I was feeling, although I was also very calm (if you know what I mean
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