Load interactive route mapCrammed with details of what landmarks to look out for and where you can expect the rowdiest spectator support, our mile-by-mile guide is the best way to familiarise yourself with the course and calm your nerves before the big day.Get to know every twis...
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 ...
Once again, Runner's World invites you to enjoy the free pace groups we lead around the Virgin London Marathon. All you need is a place in the race - you don't need to register with us separately.We'll be leading six groups:6:52-minute mil...
Time: 3:57What a fantastic day! My first Marathon - My goal was to just break 4 hours - I managed 3:57:09. Unfortunately I missed the RW pacers at the blue start. A big thanks to Runners World magazine and forums for all the info in the past few
:30) The biggest surprise? hitting my target after I thought that it had all gone completely out of the window The most memorable moment? running through Canary Wharf the noise was immense , oh and the guy dressed as a tree with only a thong on!!What was your goal
name being screamed, and thought, ""oh well, must be for another Adam"", and then glanced to my right and saw my friends!What was your goal? And what was your finishing time? Goal - 3:30 Time - 3:24 Next stop - sub 3:05 in nottingham and/or marathon
of rain that I felt like I was wearing a pair of wellies! The biggest surprise? Or the most memorable moment? The biggest surprise was not having a suntan at the end! What was your goal? And what was your finishing time? Not trained well so wanted under
about the dayYour most memorable momentWhat your goal was, and how your finishing time comparedAnd of course, how you celebrated!And we haven't forgotten about the army of Virgin London Marathon supporters (especially the forum stalwarts at Mile 17) - we
-breaker or welcome rest-stop, depending on your goal). Though south London may not be your first choice for an away race, the two local running clubs (Striders and Harriers) who organised the town's first-ever half marathon made the best of the location. Runners
, my skin tingles."—Slotwin, 4:17"I learnt a great deal about myself – my inner strength and my sense of determination! I would recommend this event to anyone looking to achieve a goal in life: you will never match the high."—Lesley Fitzgerald, 5:02Even
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