Time: 4:34Threw my bin liner away 8 mins. before crossing start line - big mistake.Fantastic atmosphere - great bands, superb support throughout - highlights were Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf. Surprised how packed the race was almost to the end. Going for 4:30 but 4mins outside ...
Time: 5:06It was harder than I thought, which makes me even more proud that Ifinished. I had hoped to finish under 5 hours, but made it in 5:06:04. I hadalso anticipated walking through the water stations, but I ran the wholething (very slowly at the end!). The last 5 miles were ...
Time: 5:31My first worst moment was tripping over another runner's legs and falling to the ground when going for a water station at 22 miles.The next worst moment was being led to a St John's ambulance for a check-up and being put on oxygen. THE worst moment was the doctor's reac...
Time: 5:38The best moments? Running over Tower Bridge and feeling great, seeing my family at 5 different points en route, the crowds who shouted and shouted my name ,which magically lifted me off my feet to carry on for a few more miles. Without them, I'd still be at mile 16!!!...
SupporterI was manning Mile 22 water station with Tilly Potter and a whole host of others, and would like to say how marvelous you all were.We felt so sorry for the poor souls who'd burnt out and were walking by our station. Very cold and wet, but we tried our best to cheer them ...
name on my T-shirt and subsequently, I had lost count by mile six of the amount of people who had shouted out my name encouraging me to keep going. It was truly uplifting.For anybody considering doing next years London Marathon, I would advise them
for my next marathon. I think my training was sufficient, but I don't think it was enough to improve on my previous time.The buzz you get from not only running the London Marathon but also crossing that line cannot be explained in words, and I would
Time: 3:58Blimey what to say? My forum supporters were still drunk from the night before so they missed me, not that I'm surprised as it was Shambler and Dr Nic!!It was my first marathon and I really enjoyed it. The crowds were fantastic; so much
3:29:46 “...made the last three miles sadistically easy...” Read the full quote1818-- Time: 3:29:46This was my second marathon. My first was Sydney in 2003, and there simply is no comparison. I never expected just how incredible the atmosphere would
.Most memorable moment was running round Cutty Sark and thinking "Wow I am running the London Marathon"....something I first said I would do when I was 15....took a while, I am 34 now.My goals changed frequently in training but when I got to the start I decided
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