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Mary Keitany breaks a marathon record with 3rd London win

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"Her preparations looked 100 per cent".

She said her father started smoking at the age of six and was diagnosed in his 60s.

"She's resting now", said Thweatt at a dinner last night near her hotel. The surgery was followed by an intensive six weeks of daily radiotherapy. "She was within 2:15 in the initial 21km".

After her successful debut in New York, Thweatt struggled to find her best form in 2016, hampered by a painful injury called osteitis pubis, an inflammation of the pubic symphysis and surrounding muscle insertions. Our recent research found that successful small business owners make sure they are taking breaks to give time for their batteries to recharge - in fact, our research found that more than half of small business owners (52 per cent) admit they want to give themselves more time of in 2017 than they did past year to prevent burning out.

She said: "Sarcoma is often misdiagnosed, as it was in my mum's case".

Throughout the race, Keitany produced an exemplary display by maintaining the lead despite the grueling track across the streets of London.

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"It was a great day for me". I was always trying to run the sprint out of her because I knew how robotic she was at the end.

Sally is raising money for the charity Grief Encounters which supports children who have lost a parent.

Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rogueone to donate. I have to run in under 6 hours to beat it. It will be a massive honour and I'm grateful to everyone who has made it happen from the people who caught the athlete in question to those who are trying to arrange a medal ceremony.

"I am in just as good shape as I was in Berlin a year ago", he said, according to London organizers.

"Don't do anything you haven't done before and be confident and enjoy the moment, you owe it to yourself for all those training days".

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You can sponsor Adam at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AdamAngell. Lilesa wound up 12th in 2:14:12 with splits of 1:04:41/1:09:31 while Regassa, who was 5th and 6th in London the last two years, finished way back in 30th (2:18:53) after going 1:01:42/1:17:11. To begin with, this was done via four injections a day. "It's been hard to watch him go through this and that's why I wanted to do my bit to help by running the marathon".

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Keitany was already the second-fastest women's marathoner of all-time.

"There will be a strong, visible presence of officers along the entire route and at transport hubs across London, but if you notice anything suspicious, then please report it to us".

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