Anyone on here running the London Marathon tomorrow? - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

Anyone on here running the London Marathon tomorrow?

£0.00 @ Here
Just arrived in London Hotel as am running it,anyone else? Read More
boothy Avatar
7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Just arrived in London Hotel as am running it,anyone else?
Other Links From Here:
boothy Avatar
7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Options

All Comments

(44) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
banned#1
Good luck - it's gonna be hot as hell so keep up the fluids!
#2
Good for you, How did you get a spot ?.
#3
tonyg1962
Good for you, How did you get a spot ?.


running for help the heroes....
#4
good luck! our oldest son is running it too-he will be at the pre marathon dinner at the reception centre atm I reckon.
#5
barky
good luck! our oldest son is running it too-he will be at the pre marathon dinner at the reception centre atm I reckon.


cba with all that jazz tbh...just doing it and shipping straight off home
banned#6
I shall be doing the anti marathon, laying in bed eating a snickers and not wishing i was running 26 miles
#7
Good luck :)
#8
boothy
running for help the heroes....


Nice one, couldnt think of a better cause ,
#9
[QUOTE=boothy]cba with all that jazz tbh...just doing it and shipping straight off home[/QUOTE

he is straight home on the megabus afterwards to aberdeen-I guess thatll be a nightmare-lol.
#10
I guess twenty odd thousand others :?

















Seriously good luck & hope all charites do well :)
#11
no way
but good luck hope you do well
banned#12
a few of my friends are doing it this year.


i'm doing a 5k over summer for charity :oops:
#13
Did you see the documentary about how the london marathon charge charities millions ?.
#14
tonyg1962
Did you see the documentary about how the london marathon charge charities millions ?.

There's a shock. mr brown has a lot to answer for :x
banned#15
boothy
running for help the heroes....


Good luck, good charity too
#16
best of luck :)
#17
Yes, you won't be alone :)

Good luck!!
#18
just don't trip up all those foreign runners taking the places of potential british runners.:


but seriously, good luck:thumbsup:.
#19
good luck ! http://i42.tinypic.com/x5c8rt.gif
#20
good charity good luck
#21
target time is 3.30..if its hot probably 4 hrs
#22
Whats your race number we can cheer for you :)
#23
boothy
running for help the heroes....


I'm cycling along the Coast to Coast, Whitehaven to Newcastle for them too.

Good luck.
#24
Good luck. :thumbsup:
#25
Did it last year my 5th, got a new 2 week old baby so giving it a miss this year..lol
Enjoy it mate and don't go off to quick at the start.. :0)
banned#26
I am going to start running soon. Got the Couch to 5k app for my iPod Touch. How long did it take you guys to get up to marathon length? I'm assuming a couple of years solid training?
#27
DJ1
I am going to start running soon. Got the Couch to 5k app for my iPod Touch. How long did it take you guys to get up to marathon length? I'm assuming a couple of years solid training?

[COLOR="Red"]
Depends how fit you currently are.

As I'm very fit I reckon if I trained for about 4/5 months I would be able to run the marathon in 2 hour 30 minutes.

I reckon I could run it in under 3 hours if I was to do it tomorrow without a specalist training programme.[/COLOR]
#28
DJ1
I am going to start running soon. Got the Couch to 5k app for my iPod Touch. How long did it take you guys to get up to marathon length? I'm assuming a couple of years solid training?


If you can dedicate the hours in training this time next year you could run the marathon in a good time quite comfortably..

Really just a case of starting slowly and building up your distance/running times

loads of good training plans out there with loads of helpful tips..

My one top tip would be to go and get measured for a quality pair of running shoes, will be worth it:thumbsup:
#29
Can you win it Boothy?
banned#30
junkenstein73
If you can dedicate the hours in training this time next year you could run the marathon in a good time quite comfortably..

Really just a case of starting slowly and building up your distance/running times

loads of good training plans out there with loads of helpful tips..

My one top tip would be to go and get measured for a quality pair of running shoes, will be worth it:thumbsup:


I'm already walking at least 10 miles a week with the dog so actually getting out there and running is my next stage really.

What sort of cost am I looking at to get a decent pair of shoes? Everyone I know who runs has told me the exact same thing as you.
#31
Good luck, a very worthy charity. :thumbsup:
#32
DJ1
I'm already walking at least 10 miles a week with the dog so actually getting out there and running is my next stage really.

What sort of cost am I looking at to get a decent pair of shoes? Everyone I know who runs has told me the exact same thing as you.


i paid £65 for my last pair which included the fitting service..

Worth every penny when you start upping the miles... your feet will thank you;-)
banned#33
junkenstein73
i paid £65 for my last pair which included the fitting service..

Worth every penny when you start upping the miles... your feet will thank you;-)


Not too bad at all. Which shop was this? Do any high street retailers do a proper measurement service?
#34
good luck, stick hukd on your shirt and i'll look out for you
#35
chalkysoil
Whats your race number we can cheer for you :)


sorry too many weirdo's on here...once bitten etc
Outrunner
I'm cycling along the Coast to Coast, Whitehaven to Newcastle for them too.

Good luck.


good luck
skusey
Can you win it Boothy?


lol
DJ1
Not too bad at all. Which shop was this? Do any high street retailers do a proper measurement service?


local running shop staffed by enthusiasts,not 18 year old kids


I use Asics Gel Landreth for running and Gel Nimbus for gym work
#36
Good luck!! my mum and dad also running for help the heroes tomorrow!
#37
We're polar opposites when it comes to the majority of issues, but I can't begrudge somebody doing something for a worthwhile cause. Good luck.
#38
jubbyme
I shall be doing the anti marathon, laying in bed eating a snickers and not wishing i was running 26 miles


pmsl
#39
good luck to all you runners
#40
finished in 3hr 35 mins...would have been sub 3.30 but had to stop for a quick brad pitt at 16 miles :(

currently on the way back up North....

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!