How much people run in the Marathon London?

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What is a full marathon?

A full marathon is the 26.2 miles that you run for example the London marathon is a full marathon

What year was the first London Marathon run?

the first marathon was in march 29th1897.

Why do people run the London marathon?

To raise money for charity's that need the money for equipment etc.

Who is the fastest female to run the marathon?

The fastest marathon by a woman (2:15:25) was run by Paula Radcliffe in the 2003 London Marathon.

Where does the London marathon start in London?

The London marathon ( I am watching it on TV as I type this !) starts on Blackheath in SE London. It is run over 26 miles 385 yards. This distance has nothing to do with Phidipides & the battle of Marathon. It was the distance run from Windsor to White city in the London Olympics in 1908.

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Who is the fastest male to run the London Marathon?

The men's record in the London Marathon was set in 2011 by Emmanuel Mutai in a time of 2:04:38.

What percentage of people ever run a marathon?

A fellow marathoner told me that 1% of people will ever run a marathon.

What is the most popular marathon in England?

The two most popular long distance races are the London Marathon and the Great North Run.

How long did Greg Billingham take to complete the London marathon?

It took Greg Billingham just over 7 days to complete the 2007 London marathon and 8 full days to complete the 2008 London marathon. He is the first person in the World to ever run a marathon in slow motion and really is the slowest runner in the World,

Why did people want to run such long distance of marathon anyway?

For the personal challenge and satisfaction of being fit enough to run a marathon.