the English Channel and a 181-mile cycle from Calais to the Paris finish line - in an astonishing time of four days, one hour and 42 minutes.Catch up with the inspiring highlights of Rachael's Arch2Arc adventure with our photo gallery.
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assembled - easily identified in our blue and yellow vests, or yellow T-shirts (Well done The Lamb and The Dog Walker) - smiling for group photos and enthusiastically forming pacing groups for the race.The Unofficial Runner's World Forum Running Club
for a photo and a quick hug. They even ran for a short while with me along the pavement.Tower Bridge was the next "marker" I had mentally noted and it was incredible to see the crowds and the bridge from a unique vantage point. It was steep though
Photos: Sarah Belton«BR»Issue date: «BR»Keywords:«BR»Type: --Glyn (foreground) and Steve - Day 2Once in while a topic appears on the Runners World forums that you just can’t overlook. In August 2002 Tobie Meyer wrote:"A couple of us are looking
picture, we'd still love to publish your marathon experience on the site, and if you have your own photo of your own from the race, we'd be delighted to include it.)Here's an idea of the sort of questions you could answer:What was the best moment
Congratulations on completing this year's Virgin London Marathon!Now that you've caught your breath, come and tell the world how your marathon went. Use our article submission page to tell us your story - you can even upload your photo too. You
buy photos and a race T-shirt, and get your medal engraved.2. The Shakespeare Raceway 10K, Stratford-upon-AvonDate in 2012: November (TBC) Organisers boast that this could be the flattest 10K you’ve ever done – so put their word to the test and use
Location: Parys Mountain, WalesPhoto: Ian AldermanRunner: Eleanor FlahertyThe experience: Sitting a mile south-west of the Anglesey port of Amlwch is the 147m peak of Parys Mountain, surely one of the UK’s most remarkable landscapes. The mountain
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