This is the 33rd London Marathon 2013 and takes place this Sunday at 9 am, over 36,000 people will be running the race. The London Marathon hasthe record in 2:02.40.
The 26.2 mile course takes in some of the capital’s most famous sights and landmarks including Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament.
The race starts in Greenwich Park and runners head east through Charlton and Woolwich for three miles.
Participants cross the River Thames at Tower Bridge where the route then loops around the east end of London, past Canary Wharf in the London Docklands.
The final corner turns in front of Buckingham Palace before runners cross the finish line in St James’ Park.
Many roads are closed on race day, so the best way to get around is using the London Underground
For more information about what roads will be close this Sunday,check the link below:
From our side in Clink,we have our own “little marathon” to raise money for Cancer research,happening this 22nd of June,with all the best to bring to our race.
Every little helps, so if you have a spare pound , feel free to help us:
And we would like to show our respect and support for those who were affected by the horrible attack in Boston this Monday. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families who have lost or had family members injured due to this tragedy.