Time: 3:19What a fantastic day! Despite being on the first coach to be refused access to the start, having to walk the last 10 minutes to the start, being extremely cold and wet pre-race, and all of us losing the pacers, we had a brilliant day. PBs all round. I set myself 3-15...
be - Sydney was a long and lonely run whilst London is a festival. What was my best moment? That is pretty difficult to answer as I loved every minute, yes even that last 800m. However, seeing my workmates at mile 23 with James Cracknell, and giving them all a
seeing my girlfriend and my family at miles 14 and 22. It gives you such a lift to know you've got your own personal fan club! Coming a close second had to be getting my Lucozade Sport handed to my by James Cracknell.My worst moment was when I hit
Time: 5:56My Personal Race Report: Flora London Marathon 2004"So I thought best that I write down what the event was actually like. To almost everyone reading this, running a marathon is something that is on their "before I get old, to do list
loved every minute, yes even that last 800m. However, seeing my workmates at mile 23 with James Cracknell, and giving them all a kiss and a hug gave me some extra inner energy which made the last three miles sadistically easy. The worst moment? Only
). The wonderful people that cheer, support and spur on the runners really make the event.Hurrah for the London Marathon!James Hunter, 4:14 --Best moment: running the first two miles beside a member of the 100-Marathon Club, who had run all 25 London Marathons
driven my wife to Vauxhall to be with her and wish her well. I got back home at about 4:45 a.m. but couldn't sleep with all the excitement. I had just run through Canary Wharf when the news came through via my wife and mobile phone that my beautiful
to finish.22 to 25 miles are very slow as I concentrate on finishing, more walking than running now.Along the Embankment to Big Ben and as we turn into Great George St there's less than a mile to go, Birdcage Walk with St James Park is alongside us then it
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