weeks. I used the Runner's World emergency schedules, which were excellent. But work pressures and a nasty cold cut into this last-minute attempt at training. I had logged just 50 miles through my preparation... From 11 miles my left thigh began to cramp
realise that you dont have to be a fast runner to achieve great times. I always skipped the sections on speed in RUNNERS WORLD because I was convinced that speed training was for the elite, or for runners who could run at least seven- or eight
reports as a "predominantly club-runner field. Runners had travelled from far and wide across the British Isles and beyond to take part in this special race, and many even put on period costume for the occasion."The marathon's starting gun was fired
five women’s World records at the London Marathon, culminating in Paula Radcliffe’s mixed-race 2:15:25 in 2003. Radcliffe also owns the women’s-only record of 2:18:56 from 2002. Khalid Khannouchi USA set a men’s World record of 2:05:38 in 2002
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and after the raceGET INTERACTIVE GNR Lucozade Sport Super Six: Get a flavour of what could be in store for youAll we ask is that you are prepared to commit to following one of our marathon schedules and share your experience with Runner’s World (both
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