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In just seven days you could have won of these to add to your medal collection. #7daystogo #LondonMarathon
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Runners have raised £716 million for charity since the race began. How is your fundraising going? #8daystogo
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On 9 May 1982, Hugh Jones scooped the first British elite men’s victory, finishing in 2:09:24, the fastest time recorded in the UK, which ranked him ninth in the world all-time. Hugh is now the official course measurer.
Did you run the 1982 race?
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2015 London Marathon Men's elite preview: A clash of the champions

Former world-record holder Wilson Kipsang will defend his Virgin Money London Marathon title on Sunday 26 April in a ‘clash of the champions’ against against fellow Kenyan Dennis Kimetto, the man who made history last year when he became the first man ever to run 26.2 miles in less than two hours three minutes.
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Look what appeared outside ‪#‎LondonMarathon‬ HQ overnight.
Good luck to everyone running 26.2 miles in just 12 days time!
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Happy Easter from the #LondonMarathon team! How far are you running today? #21DAYSTOGO
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Very niec
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Have them in circles
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Your Final Instructions mag has everything you need to know about Registration & Race Day.
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2015 Women's elite preview: Kenya's fantastic four to fight for title
Edna Kiplagat will face two former champions and the fastest half marathon runner in history when she defends her Virgin Money London Marathon women’s title on Sunday 26 April in what promises to be a fight to the finish between four fantastic Kenyans.
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A balmy 25 degrees in London today. Who is heading out for a run in the sunshine?
Remember, it could be warm on Race Day, so make sure you have appropriate running kit and suncream ready for all weather eventualities.
Only ‪#‎11daystogo‬!
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+Jo-Anne Barfoot don't forget your sun cream!
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Let the London crowds know who you are on Sunday 26 April with our T-shirt printing service. #20DAYSTOGO
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Hi there,

How can I run in place of someone that has dropped out? Several charities said they have already had drop outs...

I want to run and raise money but I can't seem to do it

Any suggestions?
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Are you fundraising for the Virgin Money London Marathon using Virgin Money Giving? Stephen Fry has recorded a personal message especially for you
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Your longest run should be around 20 miles and take place three to four weeks before Race Day. #22DAYSTOGO
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well done adam
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The London Marathon - the biggest annual fundraising event on the planet
The London Marathon was first held in March 29th 1981. Since this time the event has continued to grow in size, stature and popularity with more than 35,000 runners each year. In all, a total of 746,635 have completed the race since its inception with 36,550 runners crossing the line in 2010.

The course starts in the beautiful Greenwich Park and takes you past London’s famous sights including the Cutty Sark, Canary Wharf, Tower of London, Nelson’s Column, and the Millennium Wheel before finishing in front of Buckingham Palace.

As a fundraising event, there is no marathon in the world that comes close to the Virgin London Marathon. One of the dominant images of the race is that of thousands clad in fancy dress, tramping the cobbles in support of charitable causes dressed as rhinos, football team mascots, giant trees and the like. The runners have raised over £557.8 million for good causes since the first race in 1981.

The 2015 event will take place on Sunday 26 April. 
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