Goal: as close to 3:15 as possibleFinish Time: 3:36:00 Sue's Training Schedule | Sue's Food Diary Analysis | Sue's Training Thread | Sue's Race-Week Nutrition Strategy Flora London Marathon: Race DaySue says: Unfortunately, I didn’t have a
and doing gentle exercises in the pool, and once I had my strength back I started swimming lengths. Then, when I could put more weight through my legs, I started cycling.I didn’t have a specific goal at this point. I was just trying to put my body back
Every career has its highs and lows. Just ask Gary Barlow. Two years ago he was resigned to a lifetime of nostalgia TV programmes. But with a bit of advice and support, Barlow and his band Take That stormed the charts again in December. The lesson is clear: no matter how badly yo...
Goodies galore: pick up one of our rucksacks while stocks last! This year's Flora London Marathon Expo opens on Wednesday April 22 and runs until Saturday April 25. It's the essential destination for all of you counting down to the big day – without collecting your race ...
from Middle Earth. Did you know? I have white water rafted the Zambezi... • My RW profile Goal: to run her first marathon (sub-4:30) Finish Time: 4:21:39 Meg's Training Schedule
RW profile Goal: 3:45 Finish Time: Didn't run for health reasons Dan's Training Schedule | Dan's Food Diary Analysis | Dan's Training Thread | Dan's Race-Week Nutrition Strategy Flora London Marathon: Race DayDan says: Deciding
. • My RW profile Goal: sub-4:00 Current PB: 4:14:27 Rob's Training Schedule | Rob's Food Diary Analysis | Rob's Training Thread | Rob's Race-Week Nutrition Strategy Weeks 13 - 14Rob says: I started this fortnight with a dodgy ankle
Our free weekly spring marathon email newsletter was sent from December to April. If you'd like to receive one next year, please go to your My Newsletters page and tick 'Weekly marathon newsletter'.If you haven't registered as a free member of the site yet, you'll have to do that...
Reducing your level of training to improve your race times might seem counter-intuitive but research exists to suggest that in fact, less can sometimes be more. This week’s reader is keen to put this theory into practice - can you help him strike the right balance between session...
© Getty Images The two Olympic marathons held last August in Beijing were literally races for the ages. Kenya's Samuel Wanjiru, then 21, broke more than an Olympic record with his 2:06:32 win; he crushed long-held conventional wisdom that marathon performance pea...
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