, at the before and after photos on my fundraising website.Nothing is Impossible! Index of all quotesNext quote
’ll have to get stuck into that hot chocolate brownie with melted marshmallows (see photo)...
matter how long it took) and if I could, to get on TV.Marathon day arrived. Many people looked at me as if I was nuts, many laughed and many wanted photos as I stood in Pen 9 of the Blue Start. The marathon started and away we went. 26.2 miles later I
in the November 2011 edition of the magazine. Thanks to ukshallot.com for providing the recipe and photo.
to do it again. A marshall at about mile 22 shouted to me, "You can do it, I can see it in your eyes". Whether he could or not, these words kept going round my head like a mantra. See you next year."Murf: "You know you want to."Details, Photos and More
, it completely broke my heart. I was so determined to do it but I had never for one minute thought it would have been this hard. I had a photo of my dad in my running belt and I took it out and looked at it. I knew I couldn't give up and when I came out
. I have an odd expression in the finisher’s photo, my face hasn’t made up its mind whether to laugh or burst into tears. It was a hugely emotional day, and despite what the photos might suggest, I loved every minute. I’ll be applying for another go
commit to your finish time and have your photo taken which you can share with your friends on Facebook.ASICS Target 26.2Now race day is nearly here, make sure you catch up with the latest from our team of Paris Marathon hopefuls, Sarah, Alex, Steve
of the Norwegian wilderness. Or why on earth he's holding a duster in this photo...Neil Tillot One of the many running stars of our advertisement department, Neil plans to be rock-steady on race day. Even if the latest issue of Runner's World cruelly highlights him
the waterlogged tussock grass and the razor-wire heather while I stumbled and swore along in their wake.Thankfully, they stopped at the summit of each tor for a photo call. Which gave me just enough time to catch up before they went bounding off like hyperactive
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