Video Highlights of 2015 London Marathon
Forget About The Kenyan "Fantastic Four," Ethiopia And Tigist Tufa Reign Supreme In London
Tigist Tufa was a 2:40 marathoner 2 years ago. Now she's London champ.
London Lives Up To The Hype As Eliud Kipchoge Takes Down Wilson Kipsang In Final Mile To Win In 2:04:42
This one was packed with drama as with 5 miles to go, it was down to the Big Three of Kipchoge, Kipsang and WR holder Dennis Kimetto plus '14 runner-up Stanley Biwott. After a 4:33 25th mile, it was Kipchoge vs. Kipsang. Kipsang finally broke with 800 to go and lost by 5 seconds.
Women's London Marathon Preview: The "Fantastic Four" Lead A Great Field
Former champs Mary Keitany, Priscah Jeptoo and Edna Kiplagat and HM WR holder Florence Kiplagat take on Dubai champ Aselefech Mergia and 2014 World #1, Tirfi Tsegaye.
2015 London Marathon Men's Preview: Kipsang, Kimetto and Kipchoge Lead The Greatest Marathon Field Ever (Again)
Defending Champ Edna Kiplagat, NYC Champ Mary Keitany Headline Women's Elite Field at 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon Where The "Fantastic Four" Will Battle
2013 champ Priscah Jeptoo and world half marathon record holder Florence Kiplagat join Edna Kiplagat and Keitany to form what race organizers have dubbed "the Fantastic Four." NYC runner-up Jemima Sumgong and Berlin runner-up Feyse Tadesse should also contend as part of a field that includes six women who have broken 2:21. This will also be the final marathon for British legend Paula Radcliffe.
Four Thoughts on the 2015 London Marathon Women's Elite Field
We discuss the return of Priscah Jeptoo, wonder how fast the women could go and say goodbye to Paula Radcliffe.
Wilson Kipsang Thinks A World Record In London Is Possible, Shares His Thoughts On Doping In Kenya
We share you the wisdom we got this morning from talking to the greatest marathoner on planet earth, Wilson Kipsang, and long-time London Marathon guru Dave Bedford.