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Kebede and Shobukhova for London Marathon 2011

Tsegaye Kebede and Liliya Shobukhova will return to defend their titles at next year's London Marathon. Shobukhova, who led a Russian one-two in this year's women's race, heads a field that is being described as the best ever assembled on the streets of London. … [Read more...]

The success and potential of charity running

Organisers of road races around the world gathered in Marathon (Greece) on Saturday for the 3rd Marathon Symposium of the Association of International Marathons and Road Races (AIMS). On the day before the 27th Athens Classic Marathon, which featured around 12,000 runners … [Read more...]

London 2007 Summary

London 2007 made for a remarkable event with a stellar field assembled as well as all the intrigue and tact of a who done it thriller. Who done it, simply replaced by who would win. When you have names of the calibre of Kenya's Paul Tergat and Ethiopia's Haile Gebreselaissie you … [Read more...]

Lel takes London 2007

London 2007 - Kenya's Martin Lel learnt from his mistakes of 2006 when he allowed fellow countryman Felix Limo to 'steal' a victory from him by way of a sprint finish. On this occasion, Lel was able to right the wrongs of 2006 by out-sprinting debutant Abderrahim Goumri of … [Read more...]

Top 25 London 2005

Top 25 London 2005 Results for Men and Women Men 1 Martin Lel (Ken) 2hrs 07mins 26secs 2 Jaouad Gharib (Mor) 2:07:49 3 Hendrick Ramaala (Rsa) 2:08:32 4 Abdelkader El Mouaziz (Mor) 2:09:03 5 Stefano Baldini (Ita) 2:09:25 6 Jon Brown (Gbr) 2:09:31 7 Toshinari Suwa (Jpn) … [Read more...]

Lel and Radcliffe dominate London 2005

London 2005 was to be a Paula Radcliffe display of supremacy, when she powered to the front as early on as the first 10Km and was never in danger, despite stomach complaints. … [Read more...]

The London Marathon 2004

London 2004 produced an amazing duel in the Men's race where Kenyans Evans Rutto and John Korir were locked in battle till the final few miles of the event. Both Kenyan runners came into the race with large reputations to build on, Korir as the 2nd fastest man in history after … [Read more...]

The London Marathon 2003 summary

After the race, Radcliffe’s fitness guru, Gerard Hartmann, said: "What Paula has achieved is a quantum leap not only for women’s marathon-running but the men’s as well. After her achievement today, everyone should be re-thinking their game plan." … [Read more...]

London Marathon 2003

This page has been re-done to provide the race report as it happened ... from start to finish ... The London Marathon 2003 starts with Paula Radcliffe, as well as the group of male pacesetters … [Read more...]

London Live 2002

Good morning and welcome to the London Marathon, a race that promises to be one for the memory. The women start with the 2 pacesetters taking them through the 1st mile in 5:17. A group of runners runners made up of Paula Radcliffe, Deratu Tulu, Joyce Chepchumba and the … [Read more...]