University (LJMU).Running a marathon is one of the toughest endurance events that you can undertake. In addition to physical fitness and mental toughness, nutrition is one of the most important factors in predicting your race time. It can be the difference
We snatched a quick chat with the first British finisher in Sunday's Virgin London Marathon - 27-year-old marathon debutant Andrew Lemoncello.Firstly, congratulations - to be the first Briton home in your first marathon is an incredible achievement
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The London Marathon is truly one of the greatest races of all time. I’m a person who loves a challenge and I certainly love an adventure and my race yesterday was certainly that. The first half of the race was fine. At the halfway point I thought I
Last autumn, we launched a nationwide search for six Virgin London Marathon hopefuls, in partnership with Lucozade Sport. After a long marathon journey for our six lucky winners (and their mentors), five of our Virgin London Marathon contenders
I did it, I finished the Virgin London Marathon. It took me 6:38:12 but I succeeded.I had been inspired by a motivational speaker, Miles Hilton-Barber, back in October 2008. His talk made me want to push my personal boundaries. I have a 50th
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confidence and an incredibly positive experience. Whereas with a brain injury there's no scale you can work to, you just have to hope the brain will recover. This year you produced another impressive Virgin London Marathon performance in 3:03:56. What did
My first marathon completed and what a great day the London Marathon was (especially racing to Wembley after to see Stoke thrash Bolton 5-0) but the slight disappointment is the medals, there isn't anywhere to scribe your name and time onto them :(
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