Hugh Brasher
Apr 17, 2020 · 31 min
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Every April since 1981, the London Marathon has seen people pound the streets of the capital. However this year, on account of Coronavirus, the marathon has been postponed till the Autumn.
In this episode of RunPod, Jenni speaks with Race Director, Hugh Brasher about the task of changing dates, the challenges of an October London Marathon and what we can do on April 26th instead.
They talk about the new 2.6 Challenge which has been set up to help save the nation's charities. They also discuss the incredible sub-2 hour marathon achievement of Eliud Kipchoge and whether it might be possible to match that time in London.
A great, insightful listen that will absolutely encourage you to get your trainers on and do something active!
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