It’s April and that means London Marathon time.
I have the privilege of living in Blackheath and just a short walk from the start of the London Marathon, one of the the largest marathons in the world.
The weather was kind, once again, to the runners and spectators with blue skies and little wind. Thousands will put their stamina to the ultimate test over a gruelling 42.195 kilometres in the name of their chosen charity. This year also marks the first attempt by Britain’s iconic athlete, Mo Farah, who will attempt to keep the pace with the seasoned regulars.
Good luck to all.