What To Look For And How To Track The London Marathon Tomorrow

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    Tomorrow is one of the iconic races in the marathon community – the London Marathon. More people attempt world records in this marathon than any other, and not for just time. There are records of all kinds that are set as runners participate in costumes, go backwards, crawl – anything you can think of. It is also a large fundraising race with many participants toeing the line having raised funds for others. London Marathon Details The marathon starts early for those in the US – it will begin in four separate stages for the various categories of participants: Elite wheelchair participants – 9:00am (4am on the East Coast) Paralympic athletes – 9:05am (4:05am on the East Coast) Elite woman – 9:20am (4:20am on the East Coast) Elite men and all runners – 10:10am (5:10am on the East Coast) Though the hour is early for US-based watchers, if you have friends or family running, you will likely want to track them during the race. Tracking Runners In the London Marathon There... The post What To Look For And How To Track The London Marathon Tomorrow appeared first on Running with Miles.

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