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2023 London Marathon

KrustyTheKray

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Hi there,

I'm running this years London Marathon for my Sister-In-Law who so sadly passed away last month at the age of 52.

She had only been diagnosed with non Hodgkins lymphoma in November last year 😥

If anyone would like to sponsor me here is the link https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tony-agg6

Interesting to know if any other Shrimpers will be running it?

Thanks, and UTB! ⚽
 
Been there since that and got the t shirt. Never again. Good luck on the day.
 
Hi there,

I'm running this years London Marathon for my Sister-In-Law who so sadly passed away last month at the age of 52.

She had only been diagnosed with non Hodgkins lymphoma in November last year 😥

If anyone would like to sponsor me here is the link https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tony-agg6

Interesting to know if any other Shrimpers will be running it?

Thanks, and UTB! ⚽

I ran it back in October, and believe everything they say about London Marathon, it’s incredible.

I’ve ran Brighton and Manchester (twice) and whilst both had great support along the route, they had a couple of blank bits, however London’s support is route long and incredible.

Make sure you have your name/nickname on you top/vest. I did, for the first time, for London and the amount of people calling your name. I wore it during the Southend half and my name got called which really does help.

Best of luck for your training, I’m training for Manchester again, and enjoy the day above all else.
 
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