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London Marathon


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The 25th running of the race along the 26.2-mile course from
Greenwich to the Mall promises to be One of the best ever. Starts are 9.00 for the women, 9.15 for the Wheelchair races, and 9.45 for the men's s and mass events. are a breathtaking men's field are Olympic champion
Stefano Baldini , World champion
Jaouad Gharib and world-record holder
Paul Tergat. The women's race sees Paula Radcliffe against her old rival Susan Chepkemei.
Coverage continues on BBC2.
Executive Producer Martin Webster
Executive editor Dave Gordon
BBCi: digital viewers can access the elite races and the final stretch on the Mall as the rest of the runners come to the finish


Unknown: Stefano Baldini
Unknown: Jaouad Gharib
Unknown: Paul Tergat.
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe
Unknown: Susan Chepkemei.
Producer: Martin Webster
Editor: Dave Gordon

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