Manuela Schär wins the women's elite race on wheels
She's on her way out, and despite her hopes to set a record time gone, she's completely five minutes clear of the rest to win her second London marathon. Smiles bigger than her, unlike Romantz, who was surprisingly silent, and rightly so, because it was the demolition of the contestants.
Romantz wins the elite wheelchair race
American Dan Rummenck, Switzerland Marcel Hugs and Tomoki Suzuki of Japan are fighting this men's elite race on wheels. Romantz used the division on the road to blind them, and in Bierdeck Wok, the American has the race at hand. A hug tries to chase, but can not keep up. Suzuki, too, is plummeting, and Romesch, 20, is counting on home. A hug takes a second. It's two minutes back to David Weir and the pack.
Cindy Dives continues to lead As it forces throughout the Thames with a bottle of water in hand, and is on the beat for 2.22-2.23, which will be sensational for the 42-year-old. It seems likely that she will hold the pace. The four-time defending champion, Vivian Cherokee, New York winner Mary Caitney, Chicago Bruges champion Cossag, and winner Gladys Berlin Berlin are not being used at all.
Mo Farra sat at the back of the pack, In the fashion he likes to run on the track. With its fashionable shades, head covering and a very colorful vest, you can not miss it. And he gets a lot of encouragement as he is prevented together.
Weather update, live from London. The sky continues to be gray, and the sun breaks through the clouds. If yesterday's rain lasts, then these are good conditions. Yesterday there was a very strong wind, but fortunately, Storm Hannah recoiled. And it looked like Storm Ian, Ivor, Iwan, or something like that would not come today.
Kipchoge currently leads the elite race of men, With Mo Farah second behind, after 15 minutes when they pass a strip of brass. No move has been made, just yet and it could be in the coming days.
Cindy Dives continues to lead The women's race around the mark of a mile, guided by one of the pacemakers of the military ton. The main contenders are grouped together, with Charlotte Purdue, of GB, in contact with them. This is not expected, and points to the fireworks later in the race. The other three jumpers go out into the West End, barely looking back.
In a wheelchair, Daniel Romenzak was captured by Marcel Hogan and Suzuki of Japan. Francisco Sanclemente, the rider that had this early snafu with his mechanics, has just crossed the Bridge Bridge and is caught by other athletes and other races. He may also enjoy his day.
The cutters of the men are dressed Pulling black and white shirts reminiscent of the era of Arthur Cox, Newcastle United, as Kevin Keegan, Chris and Adele and Kenny Wharton.
Stimmer ran these marathons Without training, said the publication of the time. The word was that he was fit enough of all the frenzy and pogo.
They walk, to the sound of a ferry, And it's a great sight to see the package go along. Mo Farah and Kipach are nearby. Hawkins is there too.
The men's race is about to begin. The official starter is none other than Sir Andy Marie, who gives a positive word about his hip. Callom Hawkins is greatly encouraged, but the noise is reserved for Farah, and Jump is getting the right applause, as well.
Cindy Diver goes for it In the front, with the women's race heads to the north and past the belly-brokers and Dodge. The news of David Weir is that he is standing half a minute away from the wheelchair race.
In a wheelchair in a wheelchair, It seems David Weir is not in contact with the leaders so his ninth victory seems a distant chance. Manuela Schar, going to sweep the marathon of trends, seems to be slowing down a bit, but he is still long before any apparent opponents. In fact, its competitors are invisible, if they exist at all.
C Argall and prominent emails point: "With respect to the money prize, certainly the money is all the appearance fee … How much would they get just for toeing the starting line? I remember Hawkins getting many thousands just for coming up to 10k London a few years back."
It can run into five high and six low figures, I believe, but open to guidance here.
Women's elite race Half an hour passed. Not a lot of traffic between the favorites, as they keep within the eye and the hearing of each other.
Manuela Sher Passes on this part of the bridge tower in the women's elite race, and has the pitch. Madison de Rosario, from Australia, is in second place, but literally in a different London code.
Leaders of the elite race of women They are about 2 hours 20 minutes pace, as they passed the 4.5 mile mark. The elite wheelchairs whip towards the Tower Tower and the Thames Bridge, for there is a Sprint section – with a cash prize of $ 10,000- $ 400 million when they leave the bridge. They turn on a tight round and release down, heading for the general direction of Westminster. The award is awarded for the fastest time, in first place above but Daniel Rummencock, the actual leader, seems to take the halo of Marcel Hogg.
Emails of Simon McMahon at: "Good morning, John, what I know about running a marathon you can write on the back of a cell phone, but Farah at least has a fighting chance against Kipchoge – some winner wins? Sorry, but someone should, I thought it could be me too. "
£ 42,500 is the Gold Medal Award Foundation for both men and women, Simon ….
It's very crazy in the women's elite race, Where favorites are undo, relatively so, as these pacemakers on. This means a tactical race, where the final kick can be read. Cindy's diver of Ireland, trying to win the race at 42, stands out. Diver, a resident of Melbourne, Australia, holds the fastest time ever for a 40-year-old half-marathon.
In the elite race in the women's chair, Manuela Schär, winner of the Boston Marathon this year, has been the rest of the field already. She seemed to be chasing after time rather than a medal.
South London looks glamorous, The female pacemakers less less, when they set off with a spooky lick that left the pack behind. Three of them squatted and the main field did not respond.
Women's elite race is about to emerge, With the biggest bigs on the front, with Mary Caitney, who lost when she goes to the world record last year, having won in 2017, Vivian Cheryuiot, Kenya's winner last year, leads them. Bridgid Cosgi and Gladys Chen, both of whom were from Kenya, won in Chicago and Berlin, and they are others. And onward they go, when the four jumpers go to the left, leaving Blackett.
The race of men in wheelchairs was a very strange journey. British David Weier goes on his ninth victory at the event and comes up with the pack in the early stages, but the big story is that the Colombian athlete Francisco Sanctalmata has a nightmare. He did not go anywhere with the gun when his wheelchair stopped working. Some crazy repairs are going on the wheels but nothing works, to rephrase Kautvizel, and his race ends before he can start.
Sean Ingel spoke to Calum Hawkins, The big cardinal hope in this race.
The sun is outside, and the clouds are just a bit gray. If the rain stays far, it will be the perfect conditions to run in. What are we looking for here? Well, Mo Farah gave us a whole storyline to follow with his ultra-public vegetable with Haile Gebrselassie. He will have to put it behind him as he pads the streets of his home town, as he runs against all-time great at Elliott Kipchoge, the world record, which won 11 out of 12 marathons. No pressure, Moe, but on the other hand, he does not like much quiet life, right?
With an excellent field in the women's race and all the fun of fun runners, it promises to be the 38th London Marathon.