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Google Alert - london

Daily update 24 April 2016
The Guardian
The Guardian
How does London appear to those who do not live there? Culturally vibrant, exciting and diverse? Overpriced, polluted and self-important? On the eve ...
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First introduced last year, the Virgin Money London Marathon app will let you track a specific runner (or runners - you can follow several at once) or ...
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The Guardian
BBC Sport
Here's the start of the elite wheelchair race with David Weir aiming to win a record seventh London Marathon title. He will have to go some though to ...
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Daily Mail
Organisers said more than 39,000 people were due at the start line for the 36th London marathon, which saw its one millionth competitor ...
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BBC Sport
Marcel Hug of Switzerland won the men's wheelchair race at the London Marathon as Britain's Paralympic champion David Weir finished third. Hug ...
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Tim Peake wasn't the only out-of-this-world competitior. Here, a runner celebrates after setting a Guinness world record as the fastest man dressed as ...
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BBC News
Thousands of people are taking part in London's marathon this Sunday - setting themselves a personal fitness challenges as well as trying to raise ...

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