Next in our ‘my first marathon’ series is Nigel Gurney, who also ran London as his first, in 2004. And, just like Ant and Dec, he and his running partner had to make sure they were on the right side of each other!
The next runner in our ‘my first marathon’ series should be familiar to you all – she’s a double Olympic gold medalist, she’s set up her own charitable trust, she’s an inspiration to just about everybody and she ran a pretty impressive first marathon! It’s Colonel Dame Kelly Holmes MBE (mil)
The pressures of living with the same few faces for several weeks are not to be underestimated. Given our current situation, here are a few top tips on how to survive being cooped up with the same small group of people.
RaceNation, the event registration, fundraising and event day app has released findings from a UK industry survey designed to evaluate the initial impact of coronavirus on the mass participation event industry.
The traditional central London event looking impossible due to COVID-19 restrictions, a special digital version of the run will be held, with runners of all ages and abilities encouraged to take part free of charge safely in their local area.