London MarathonListed by PieNapper
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|a.k.a Billy||Dunstable RRC||3:29:33||4:12:21||4:12:21||49.53|
|alf_chac||Colchester Harriers AC, Trail Running Association||2:33:23||2:39:00||2:39:00||78.88|
|andy from embsay||Ilkley Harriers AC||3:07:19||3:23:18||3:23:18||64.02|
|ATOM.||Pirate Ship Of Fools, Zoom Tri Club||3:53:20||4:19:23||4:19:23||4:19:23||48.38|
|Banana split||Denmead Striders||2:46:51||2:51:52||2:50:00||2:51:52||73.38|
|beders||Ilkley Harriers AC||3:54:39||4:22:21||4:22:21||51.79|
|Bettsy||Norwich Road Runners||2:47:50||3:08:49||3:08:49||66.19|
|Blackers800||Southampton AC, Southern Counties Veterans AC||2:54:35||3:31:25||3:31:25||3:31:25||59.65|
|Bomber Harris||Striders of Croydon AC||3:12:40||3:21:09||3:21:09||62.10|
|Born to run||Unaffiliated||3:14:16||3:17:00||3:17:00||63.44|
|BryanB||Bellahouston Road Runners||2:52:40||2:59:48||2:59:48||70.64|
|C-Cat||Northbrook AC, Warwick Uni Triathlon & Road Cycling Club||3:45:32||4:22:00||4:22:00||53.55|
|Chaz||Wootton Road Runners||2:54:17||3:35:11||3:35:11||58.08|
|Chazzee||Serpentine RC, Westbury Harriers||3:21:25||3:30:00||4:00:00||52.08|
|Chich||Stubbington Green Runners||3:28:19||4:35:19||4:35:19||45.58|
|Chris 10k||Bedford Harriers AC||4:00:45||4:13:32||4:13:32||54.54|
|Chris Beaze||Springfield Striders RC||3:10:48||3:46:13||3:46:13||55.72|
|chuckles||Wimbledon Windmilers, LDWA, South London Orienteers, South London Swimming Club (SLSC)||3:59:24||5:04:27||5:04:27||41.03|
|Cleo||Pembrokeshire Harriers AAC||3:48:19||3:48:19||3:48:19||63.87|
|coach26.2||Reading Roadrunners, New York Road Runners Club||3:43:26||4:56:15||4:56:15||42.86|
|Colinzealuk||Barnet & District AC, Watford Harriers AC||3:09:09||3:27:10||3:27:10||3:27:10||61.09|
|Couldn't Run A Bath||Unaffiliated||2:48:15||2:55:51||3:07:00||66.84|
|Covert||Ealing, Southall & Middlesex AC||3:15:00||4:24:24||4:00:00||4:24:24||47.27|
|Craggy||Skegness & District Running Club||2:45:43||2:45:43||2:44:30||2:45:43||75.42|
|Craig D||Dorset Doddlers||3:07:31||4:44:19||4:44:19||43.96|
|Damo666||Striders of Croydon AC||2:56:26||3:10:34||3:10:34||65.56|
|Dave01||Rochford Running Club||3:20:47||3:37:26||3:37:26||66.52|
|disorganized||Cherwell Runners & Joggers, Trail Running Association||3:25:13||3:25:13||4:02:22||63.20|
|Donald S||Harmeny AC||3:11:36||3:11:36||3:14:16||70.53|
|Dull Napoleon™||Trent Park Running Club||3:01:29||3:01:54||2:59:59||3:05:17||73.98|
|Eastham75||Dengie 100 Runners||3:31:41||4:08:00||4:08:00||54.32|
|EvilPixie||FERC, 1485 TRI CLUB||5:49:30||6:46:18||6:46:18||6:46:18||34.31|
|fatboy||Ashford Tri Club||4:05:46||4:11:27||4:11:27||49.90|
|firemannotsam||Bishops Stortford RC, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service||3:25:52||3:25:52||3:30:00||3:25:52||60.71|
|forest plodder||Totton Running Club||4:42:04||5:32:34||5:30:00||5:32:34||49.32|
|Forest Runner||Bracknell Forest Runners||3:21:04||4:08:21||4:08:21||4:08:21||55.68|
|Furey||Belle Vue Racers||4:14:47||4:16:00||4:16:00||48.80|
|Gaz von Lager||North Derbyshire Running Club||4:21:27||4:21:27||4:00:00||4:21:27||57.99|
|Go-KL||Grantham Running club||2:40:47||3:07:52||2:55:00||3:07:52||66.53|
|Goldeagle||Dudley Kingswinford RC||3:52:44||4:56:53||4:56:53||49.18|
|GrahamM||San Domenico RC||3:04:11||3:04:11||3:04:11||67.83|
|gusmc||Windle Valley Runners||3:07:00||3:45:00||3:45:00||57.84|
|HACC Matt||Halesowen A & CC||2:48:52||2:48:52||2:48:52||73.98|
|Howard Road Runner||Unaffiliated||3:43:23||4:06:21||4:15:00||4:06:21||55.16|
|Hurry Up Harkins||Unaffiliated||4:57:27||4:57:27||4:57:27||43.06|
|Icedancer||Striders of Croydon AC||4:39:00||5:19:28||5:19:28||46.47|
|Iggle Piggle||Northbrook AC, Coventry Triathletes||3:59:38||3:59:38||3:59:38||52.13|
|Is@@c||Stockport Harriers & AC||3:24:40||4:02:55||4:30:00||4:42:09||45.39|
|J-Lard||Stubbington Green Runners||4:06:00||5:29:51||5:29:51||41.86|
|Jake Ha Ha||Edinburgh Athletic Club||2:35:43||3:00:32||3:00:32||69.23|
|Javthrower||Werrington Joggers, Olympic Harriers||5:02:00||5:02:00||5:02:00||46.46|
|jmc||Stockport Harriers & AC||2:42:21||3:17:02||3:17:02||63.43|
|Jocky||Swinton Running Club||3:14:13||3:36:54||3:36:54||59.04|
|Judderman||Birkenhead Athletic Club||3:57:08||4:19:23||4:19:23||48.35|
|keelerunner||Eastleigh RC, FELL PONIES||3:08:21||3:16:28||3:23:39||65.55|
|Kent plodder||Sevenoaks AC||3:12:18||3:50:34||3:56:00||3:50:34||54.42|
|Krispy||Hitchin Running Club||3:02:11||3:48:40||3:48:40||54.63|
|Laura B||Running Somewhere Else||4:41:01||4:55:56||4:55:56||47.41|
|LC||Darwen Dashers RC||3:00:27||3:04:12||3:04:12||77.90|
|Lemon Slice||North Norfolk Beach Runners||3:29:55||5:10:00||5:10:00||40.30|
|Lissiedoll||North Herts Road Runners||3:04:23||3:13:17||3:13:17||70.07|
|Little Nemo||Serpentine RC||4:54:17||5:26:00||5:26:00||42.61|
|LucyG||Compton Harriers RC||3:15:31||3:45:00||3:50:00||64.54|
|M. Diddy||Team Trisports, North Herts Road Runners||3:12:32||3:23:18||3:23:18||64.02|
|MAD Superman||Redhill Road Runners||2:49:05||3:50:36||3:50:36||54.18|
|magoo||Scottish Prison Service AAC||2:53:01||2:53:42||3:02:03||3:02:03||70.35|
|Mailtrams||Wallsend Harriers AC||5:50:00||5:50:00||5:50:00||35.69|
|MajorRunning||Redhill Road Runners||3:39:19||3:59:39||4:01:35||56.05|
|Manc Girl||Manchester Harriers & AC, Northern Veterans AC||4:43:08||5:31:13||5:31:13||55.43|
|Mansekotka||Congleton Harriers, FERC||2:39:30||2:39:30||2:44:00||2:39:30||83.69|
|Marathon Mike||Woodford Green AC with Essex Ladies||4:50:32||5:04:36||5:04:36||42.73|
|martin K||London Underground AC, Runnymede Runners||3:47:32||4:24:35||4:24:35||50.02|
|Mazza aka Fitso||Unaffiliated||4:02:00||4:02:00||3:45:00||4:02:00||59.75|
|Middleman||North East Marathon Club||3:37:15||4:08:00||4:00:00||4:08:00||50.38|
|Mightos5||Bellahouston Road Runners, Skye & Lochalsh Running Club||3:40:33||3:45:50||3:45:50||62.40|
|mile muncher||Thetford AC||3:52:18||4:29:00||4:30:00||4:29:00||54.21|
|MISERABLEMRGILES||Witney Road Runners||3:06:30||4:33:35||4:33:35||45.66|
|morgrunning||Croft Ambrey RC||2:44:37||2:59:05||2:59:05||69.79|
|Neil E Dunnin||Almost Athletes||3:57:45||4:08:39||4:50:28||4:50:28||44.45|
|Neil146||Eastern Veterans AC, Stamford Striders||3:52:49||4:57:57||4:57:57||41.93|
|Nick99||New Forest Runners||3:32:31||3:41:36||3:30:00||3:45:26||55.44|
|nrg-b ॐ||East London Runners||3:16:00||3:20:00||4:00:00||3:42:00||56.35|
|paskha||Mounts Bay Harriers||4:28:24||4:37:38||5:00:00||5:26:58||52.89|
|Pigpen||Striders of Croydon AC||5:03:00||6:36:49||6:36:49|
|Pipes||Alchester RC (Bicester)||2:58:05||3:05:17||3:05:17||74.98|
|plodding hippo||100 Marathon Club||3:11:30||5:22:56||5:35:36||43.08|
|Poots||Striders of Croydon AC, Ravens City of London Running Club||3:17:18||3:17:18||3:17:18||68.64|
|Rhodster||Reigate Priory AC||3:08:48||3:55:42||3:55:42||60.65|
|RichardW||Herts Phoenix AC||4:53:55||5:24:31||4:50:00||5:24:31||44.57|
|RickD||Stowmarket Striders RC||2:59:32||2:59:32||2:59:32||2:59:32||69.61|
|roadrunner1||Telford AC, Whitchurch Whippets||2:48:38||2:57:03||2:57:03||71.20|
|rockin rory||White Horse Harriers||3:40:00||4:05:00||4:15:00||4:05:00||54.98|
|Ronnie Wibbley||Watford Joggers||3:41:39||3:55:03||4:24:34||4:24:34||50.05|
|Running Postie||Portsmouth Joggers Club||3:38:01||3:49:05||3:49:05||61.46|
|Salopianb||Wrekin Road Runners, FERC||4:22:00||4:28:40||4:28:40||46.54|
|Selfish Git!!!||Greenock Glenpark Harriers||3:21:05||3:43:46||4:05:32||53.03|
|Sezz||Trent Park Running Club||4:30:05||5:03:00||5:03:00||46.75|
|SharonR||Havering '90 Joggers||5:30:08||5:39:19||5:39:19||42.15|
|Shell Trooper Atkins||York Knavesmire Harriers, Stirling Triathlon Club||4:50:09||4:50:09||5:01:58||46.32|
|SilverSlogger||Falkirk Victoria Harriers, Polmont Joggers||3:13:41||3:37:52||3:51:48||56.61|
|simmicee||Ealing, Southall & Middlesex AC||3:34:26||3:48:20||4:00:00||3:48:20||61.44|
|Slow Duck||100 Marathon Club, Dorking & Mole Valley AC||3:15:53||3:50:36||4:29:59||4:28:43||46.91|
|Smiling Pete||Ilford AC, Orion Harriers||3:25:17||3:32:11||3:45:00||3:32:11||67.54|
|Smokin' Chi Monk||Unaffiliated||3:58:24||5:06:30||5:06:30||40.78|
|Sodahead||Loftus & Whitby AC||2:41:46||2:41:46||2:45:00||2:41:46||81.85|
|solo88||Action Heart RC||4:43:47||4:43:47||4:43:47||54.52|
|STOOSH||Falkirk Victoria Harriers||2:56:48||3:39:26||4:09:08||50.15|
|The Black Rat||Unaffiliated||4:00:57||4:29:19||4:29:19||53.08|
|The Plod||San Domenico RC||3:05:13||3:05:13||3:05:13||69.68|
|theego||Dereham Runners AC||3:55:07||4:12:27||4:15:00||4:12:27||49.56|
|thorneygeoff||Thorney Running Club||4:04:25||4:45:20||4:45:20||48.88|
|tim77||White City (Hull) RRC||3:58:34||5:45:00||5:45:00||36.21|
|Tizer||Falkirk Victoria Harriers||2:55:17||4:13:00||4:13:00||49.40|
|trouty||Doncaster Triathlon Club||2:52:43||2:52:43||2:52:43||77.33|
|Try2Run||Spa Striders RC||3:40:27||5:01:57||5:01:57||44.85|
|Tuck in||Wrexham AAC||2:45:15||2:47:48||2:47:48||74.45|
|Vin Rouge||Striders of Croydon AC||3:18:40||3:26:20||3:26:20||60.79|
|WACA||Pocklington Runners, Civil Service Runners & Riders||3:07:32||3:53:57||3:53:57||53.48|
|Wacky Racer||Harwich Runners||4:37:39||5:53:18||5:53:18||38.34|
|Welsh Alex||Port Talbot||3:11:55||4:05:00||4:05:30||4:05:30||51.11|
|Will Crash||Metropolitan Police AC (London (Col))||3:41:29||4:01:29||4:01:29||51.76|
|Windsurfin' Susie||Victory AC||3:15:18||3:41:30||3:47:07||3:47:07||66.26|
|WineRunner52||Road Runners Club||3:11:49||3:33:29||3:33:29||67.16|
|Yorkshirerunner||Rotherham Harriers & AC||2:54:43||2:54:43||2:54:43||76.44|
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Have been training hard for this and ought to be capable of a faster time, but it is a long way so I will be taking it easy, may try for a faster marathon time in Budapest - October.
Slow, but I made it! My feet hurt... But I made it!!! Woohoo!
First ever marathon. Hot weather & hard work but took it easy from 10k, and was pleased with overall time and performace.
Amazing! PB by 17 mins despite lack of training!
Injured foot after 3 miles and then set a PW. Gutted.
Missed my target time by 53.5 mins.
On reflection, quite pleased with the time. Marathon training had stalled after a car crash 4.5 weeks before the marathon however, an 18 mile run 2 weekends before the race gave me a degree of confidence that I might be able to get round the course in not too much pain. On target for 4hr marathon through 19, however from 20 onwards, felt ill in pit of stomach despite sipping water and taking on carbs. Probably affected by heat, however a good day with an amazing crowd.
How on earth did that happen, then? 33 mins off my previous PB!!! Fantastic - maybe I will give it another go after all. Managed to get round without stopping, which made a difference (apart from a toilet stop on mile 1 - great planning, eh?)
Too many slow runners in front to get much faster time. Not my weather either (hot). Knee's good and no cramp.
Managed to get a pb despite a few hiccups on route. Got away quite quickly and caught up with the runners world Sub 7 minute mile group, thought that it was a little congested and a little bit too slow (foolishly) so pushed on. Put in a 6:05 mile at cutty sark after averaging 6:30 up until then. Was on track for a 2:55 until 19 miles where i spent a good few minutes chucking up in the portaloos. I think that i must have drank too much lucozade sport. At 19 miles i did an 9:33 mile and it then took me another 4-5 miles to get my legs up to about 6:40 pace again. It took a last ditched effort sprinting up the mall to get in under 3 hours on the official clock. I crossed the line in 2:59:50. My vision was starting to waver at the end, don't know if this was down to dehydration or exhaustion.
Neil E Dunnin
Fantastic, a life-defining event, 37 minutes slower than in Paris the week before but what he hell.
Well, a lovely warm day, but it really took it out of me! Was flying until i hit 20 miles and then found it a real struggle to do the last 6. Didnt quite make the sub 3hr 15mins but still happy.
Fantastic day. Great atmosphere. Didn't hit the wall (much). I'm coming back next year to break 4 hours !
Very hot - I'm sunburned!
Found the heat very oppressive, and finished maybe 20-30 mins after I would have liked, but still pleased all the same as I ran all the way (albeit slowly!)
Saw family and friends 4 times during the race, which really cheeered me up.
The atmosphere in London was incredible, the crowds were friendly and very noisy!
Just missed a Good For Age time. Big PB though!
Spectacular blow up at 18miles!
Tougher than I had expected around the Isle of Dogs, but once I got to 20 miles I convinced myself that it wasn't going to get any worse, and amazingly, believed myself.
Too hot - ran out of energy at 12 and hit the wall at 14. BUT....
...what a day - had a fantastic day out, incredible experience
Training was hampered by illness and injury so just wanted to finish - and I did!!! Fabulous experience and can't wait for next year.
My first marathon. A top day out - support was amazing in warm and sunny conditions. Would do another one.
Very hard work.
Went for the elusive sub 2:50 right from the start...going great until the 22-23 mark where I had to pull up with cramp. The last 3 mile in just under 33 mins....next time!?
Thrilled to have finished despite numerous injury problems during training. Fantastic experience - loved it! Got to improve though so have entered another one (Abingdon) and will train safely and steadily throughout the Summer......no, really, I will.....
very hot day killed me and 35000 others i think
First marathon and exhilarating if a little hot. Last bit of training scuppered by injury so made sure I just enjoyed it and got round with a smile on my face without further injury. Mission accomplished (and a PB - heh heh)!
one of the best days of my life. I achieved my sub 4 dream. Unforgettable and definitely to be repeated. My splits were incredibly even 9mm pretty much from start to finish. I may have sub 3.45 in me.
Ran easily on target 3'30 pace until 18 miles, then got cramp in both calves for first time ever. Slogged the rest, overall placed 7041 (6057) gender, number 33896, raced had 35256 logged finishers.
What an incredible atmosphere, now I know why FLM has such a reputation. Will be back!
Amazing experience. Tough running in the warmer than predicated weather but the support from the crowds was fantastic. Very proud that I didn't walk one step of the way. Forget about the time 9 miles into the race and just ran to enjoy it.
So close, but yet...
Wanted sub-5 as worst case so was gutted with my time. Hated every minute of it. Too hot. My feet hurt from about 16 miles.
Achieved goal, absolutely delighted. Previous marathon best 03:54
Only did 6-8weeks of training with 135miles of total runs meant that at Mile9 by right calf got strained. Still v. pleased with 3hr42m.
First marathon attempt
Big pb by 6 mins
My 1st marathon , was just glad to finish it ! On reflection my prediction was a little ambitious .
Fantastic experience with unbelievable support from enormous crowds. PBs perfectly possible for the quicker runners (sub 3:30), but big risk of congestion for anyone else.
Had a nice steady run up until 16 miles when I fell over someone at a water station causing me to injure my ankle. It slowed me slightly until 23 miles when I eventually surrendered to the pain and hobbled the rest of the way. Very hot day.
My 25th marathon - and MY FIRST London - but by a nice coincidence the 25th anniversary of the LONDON marathon. The day was wonderful - sunny & warm - which meant the crowds were just FANTASTIC - I was in the wrong pacing group - over 11 min miling - and incredibly people walking by mile 3!!?? I was in pain cos of my stretched intercostal muscles due to my fall on the Penrose Estate 2 wks before - it was an experience - but ofcourse my memory of it was that it was VERY DIFFICULT!! FLAT? Give me an undulating / hilly marathon any day!! Not sure I'd run it again - can't handle the fund-raising .....
Training had gone perfectly until the day I landed from Bahrain 12 days before the marathon. I came back with a nasty sore throat which lingered until the Wednesday before the marathon when I found myself bed ridden with a heavy cold. Had my entry not been deferred from the year before I would probably not have race - but felt about 85% on the day and decided to go for it.
From the off though I knew something was not quite right - the crowds were amazing and kept me going right on pace for my planned 2:55:00 assault - but my heart rate was higher than it was for the half marathon a month earlier, and I knew that at some point I was likely to blow up.
The heat may have been a factor but to be honest I didn't really notice it, especially as I had been running in 40C at Bahrain a few days earlier.
I got cramp in my IT Band area at around 16 miles - somewhere I had never got cramp before and not since. I struggled to 20 miles trying to keep a pace and then resigned to the inevitable crippling cramp that ensured in the quads. Thoroughly miserable I jogged / walked my way to the finish, feeling very little satisfaction from being only 3 minutes outside my best. Mentally it took me quite a while to get over this one.
The best day ever, hard work training, but well worth it. A bit slower than i wanted but once your there who cares, it was just a real buzz, recomend it to anyone.
On target for sub 2.45 until 24 miles, lost 1 min over last 2 miles. Happy with 5 min PB
1st marathon - what can I say.
overall finish position 11980 o/o 35105
mens finish position 9917 o/o 24641
age group M40 1905 o/o 4097
Ran with girlfriend
First FLM - amazing race !
Tip - dont drink too much sports drink it will make you ill !
Should have gone under 4Hrs for the first time
Hurry Up Harkins
First Marathon, what a feeling crossing the line!!!
My first marathon, was desperate to sneak under 4 hours but just missed out, faded badly in the last 6 miles but an amazing experience.
My first marathon, and what an incredible experience! The crowds were brilliant, and their support got me round more comfortably than I had expected. Admittedly, not a time that's going to set the world on fire, but I loved the day, and that counts for much more!!
Was feeling strong again and put in more work in relation to fast short runs. Finished with a time that I was dissapointed with. Again struggled after the 19mile mark. Went out too fast and it took it's toll - fisrt start from the Blue course with the Elite atheltes but was anything but an Elite Athelte at the finish.
Runner No.: 49245
Position (Overall): 27924 (35260)
Position (Gender): 7138 (10568)
Position (Age group): 1231 (1771)
KM10: 1:08:01 KM20: 2:15:20
HALF: 2:22:49 KM30: 3:26:12
KM40: 4:54:19 FINISH: 5:12:34
Felt good until had to give brother a piggy back for the second half
Good race, but really mustn't wear a drink sack again! Couldn't run the last 6 miles, really struggled. Shaz was sick before we were to go and couldn't make it sadly, but a nice day out!
First ever marathon!
Race Number: 21375
Split Times Mile 7: 01:01:29 Mile 15: 02:12:52 Mile 22ish: 03:19:59
Mile 8: 01:10:09 Mile 16: 02:22:00 Mile 22ish: 03:20:02
Mile 1: ?? Mile 9: 01:18:44 Mile 17: 02:30:58 Mile 23: 03:28:11
Mile 2: 00:19:03:82 Mile 10: 01:27:48 Mile 18: 02:39:51 Mile 24: 03:38:14
Mile 3: 00:27:19:83 Mile11: ? Mile 19: 02:49:33 Mile 25: 03:48:21
Mile 4: 00:35:35:41 Mile12: 01:46:28 Mile 20: 02:59:01 Mile 26.2: 03:59:41 (FINISH)
Mile 5: 00:43:57:38 Mile 13.1: 01:56:09 Mile 21: 03:09:04
Mile 6: 00:52:42:62 Mile 14: 02:03:51 Mile 22ish: 03:18:38
My first marathon. Wanted to beat my boss (5 hours)
Five months after having knee op
Just putting a quick summary here and then I'll update it as I go
Crossed the start line at about 1005 a bit later than anticipated, Started struggling at 14 miles as it was so hot and could feel a blister on my left foot. Some of the water stations had run out of water and people were starting to panic, you just cant run in that heat without water.
Managed to run to 21 miles, was fighting the pain which was everywhere, feet, legs, back was locked up and a thumping headache.
Was trying to convince myself there was only 5 miles to go and then everything went black for a split second and then reality came back and I was still running. Having seen two other runners collapsed by the side of the road I decided to give up my goal of running all the way and went into survival mode. Walked then next 4.5miles, tried running a couple of times when I felt a bit better but there was nothing there, just couldn't get going again. Last half mile I managed to run and walk and managed to run the last .2 and cross the line.
Getting the blister treated at the 1st aid station I started shivering uncontrollably and then later at home so I think I had sun stroke and that along with the dehydration probably caused the blackout. I think if it hadn't been so hot then I maybe would have made the run all the way. Ah well I'll never know now!
And the big question everyone is asking "Would I do it again" well I'm afraid I have to say Yes. The reason for that is I put a years worth of training in and managed to run to within 5 miles of the finish, so with another years training I should be able to crack it. Before you all start calling me mad (and you dont know how much it hurt!) consider this.
If you tried to go on holiday to Jamaica (Somewhere you had always wanted to go) but only made it to Miami due to bad weather, you'd probably go back and try to get to Jamaica another time...wouldnt you? Oh well its the best explanation I can come up with ;o)
Here's my official times
Results for: GARY. RUDLEY
Marathon Runner No.: 46332
Position (Overall): 31926
Position (Gender): 23163
Position (Age group): 6588
Heres the timings from my GPS watch
26.87 miles, 5h 51m, Ave HR 160, Ave Pace 12:57.
1st mile 12:23 4.8mph Pace 12:20 HR143
2nd mile 10:46 5.5mph Pace 10:46 HR162
3rd mile 10:31 5.6mph Pace 10:33 HR161
4th mile 10:21 5.8mph Pace 10:19 HR166
5th mile 10:53 5.5mph Pace 10:53 HR166
6th mile 10:24 5.7mph Pace 10:27 HR165
Maize Hill -
7th mile 10:35 5.6mph Pace 10:33 HR167
8th mile 10:35 5.6mph Pace 10:36 HR167
9th mile 10:53 5.5mph Pace 10:52 HR169
10th mile 12:15 4.9mph Pace 12:08 HR171
11th mile 11:39 5.0mph Pace 11:46 HR170
12th mile 12:08 4.9mph Pace 12:08 HR169
13th mile 11:25 5.2mph Pace 11:25 HR174
14th mile 12:04 4.9mph Pace 12:05 HR172
15th mile 12:11 4.9mph Pace 12:08 HR169
Westferry Circus -
16th mile 12:47 4.6mph Pace 12:50 HR169
17th mile 13:37 4.3mph Pace 13:38 HR164
18th mile 14:45 4.0mph Pace 14:41 HR167
Heron Quay -
19th mile 12:19 4.8mph Pace 12:22 HR173
20th mile 15:38 3.8mph Pace 15:39 HR169
21st mile 14:48 4.0mph Pace 14:46 HR167
22nd mile 17:43 3.3mph Pace 17:46 HR150
23rd mile 16:57 3.5mph Pace 16:57 HR135
24th mile 18:33 3.2mph Pace 18:33 HR134
25th mile 16:25 3.6mph Pace 16:23 HR137
26th mile 14:56 4.0mph Pace 14:55 HR147
The last .2 mile 13:41 3.8mph Pace 15:38 HR154
BRETT M. COX
Position (Overall): 22231
Position (Gender): 17174
Position (Age group): 3156
KM10: 1:01:07 KM20: 2:06:23
HALF: 2:13:36 KM30: 3:17:34
KM40: 4:29:08 FINISH: 4:44:36
Stayed with my brother till well into the race then went off on my own.
Training had gone really well, my PB times had tumbled and I was about to run 3 PBs in a week. Possibly my best perioud of running so far. Weighing in at 11 stone 7 lbs helped of course. Great to smash the 3:30 target as well and knock 1 hour off my previous time.
andy from embsay
1st and fastest marathon - last mile was the same pace as the first - absolutely to plan. All downhill from there...
Great run up to 20 miles fell super and then the old left knee started to play up again Painful.
It was a hot day and I suffered from mile 20 to the finish line.
Too hot . Gave myself to much to do in the second half to go sub 3. Such a waste as in good shape.Missed opportunity.
A best for FLM but still carp....
First Ever marathon
tried to speed up down mall but nothing left in tank
SAMUEL H. WALKER
Position (Overall): 5683
Position (Gender): 4943
Position (Age group): 981
KM10: 0:48:51 KM20: 1:36:26
HALF: 1:41:48 KM30: 2:27:25
KM40: 3:26:29 FINISH: 3:38:13
missed the start; did not enjoy
Race No. 26060
Position: Overall 25316, Gender 19178, Age Group 3518
Splits: 10k 55:18, 20k 1:50:44, Half 1:57:02, 30k 3:01:01, 40k 4:38:22
Split 1.45 at half way and tried to pick it up. Should have kept same pace. Ended with cramp at 17 and took 1 hour from 17 to 20 when had a fantastic physio who got me running to the end
Gaz von Lager
Best race of my life. Hit the wall at 22 miles and had to jog walk til 24 miles then raced to the finish