Friday, 23 April 2010

London Marathon

Despite massive flight disruptions, this weekend's London Marathon will boast the strongest field in its 30-year history.
The volcanic ash cloud which closed British airspace for six days had threatened to disrupt the annual event.
But with the skies now open again, all the so-called elite runners are expected to make it to the starting line.
The main worry now for race organisers is the mini heat wave expected hit southern England over the weekend.
Temperatures of 22C are forecast for Sunday, which could pose problems for the estimated 30,000 fun runners.
The race, which starts in Blackheath and finishes in the Mall alongside St James's Palace, begins at 0945.
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