The guardian wrote:
my body had overheated, forcing my liver and kidneys to shut down. They put me in a medical coma for three days, to allow my body to recover. I had also contracted pneumonia – the doctors said it was likely I'd had an infection on the day of the race, and that was why my body had overheated. They later told me that people don't usually pull through this sort of condition, and that the only reason I did was because I was so fit and because of the work of the doctors at the finish line. They saved my life.
When I came round, I saw my wife, brother and sister standing by my hospital bed. My first question was, what time did I do?