Marathon runners train their bodies so that they are prepared for the 26.2 miles of running. Each mile run during training helps condition them for the challenge.
However, when the pain hits, the battle becomes more mental than physical. The unique thing about marathon pain is that there is a completely effective way of stopping the pain - you just have to stop running. Not a very good option for someone trying to finish a marathon. So in the end, the marathon isn't so much about suppressing pain as it is running through it.
Only roughly 40 percentage of runners complete a marathon race.
23,021 runners started the 2010 Boston Marathon (out of the 26,735 who entered).
Runners in the Chicago Marathon complete 26.2 miles. This is the standard marathon distance. They Chicago Marathon also offers a half marathon option which is 13.1 miles.
To reflect heat off the runners.
The most runners linked to complete a marathon is 122 and was achieved by Team CRW (UK) at the Wales Marathon, in Tenby, Wales, on 7 July 2019. It took the team 6 hours and 47 minutes to complete the marathon.
triathlon and marathon runners
By the Boston city
I'd say Mesomorph at about 171
A marathon of roadrunners