Apr 13, 2014
Kipsang sets London Marathon record
World record-holder Wilson Kipsang won the men's London Marathon in a course record two hours, four minutes and 29 seconds on Sunday as Britain's Mo Farah found life tough on his debut over the distance.
What time does the London Marathon start? Everything you need to know ahead of Sunday's race
Close to 40,000 people will embark on the streets of London and here's all the vital information - even if you're watching the run on TV The clock is counting down to the start of the 2014 London Marathon when some of the biggest names in running compete for the prestigious title.
London Marathon 2014: Start time, route details, travel arrangements and more ahead of the big race
Close to 40,000 people will embark on the streets of London and here's all the vital information - even if you're watching the gruelling run on TV The countdown to the 2014 London Marathon is almost over, as thousands of runners get set to embark on the streets of the capital.
Kiprotich set for London Marathon
STEPHEN Kiprotich will this week come up against British star Mo Farah and world record holder Wilson Kipsang in what is being dubbed as one of the biggest marathon battles.
When is the London Marathon? Everything you need to know about the world's biggest road race
Whether you are taking part yourself or cheering on the racers from the sofa - here is all the information you will need on 26.2 mile run Ever since the London Marathon began back in March 1981, the event has grown in popularity with both runners and spectators.