Dom G's blog posts
Supporter stories An Olympic Torchbearer: A Day In The Life [FINAL PART]
So, for those of you who have hung on this far, we've had a Benny Hill/Only Fools and Horses dance around Peckham, a bizarre moment of virtually complete solitude with the flame, following by moments of shared joy, and my family and friends masquerading as me, and resembling a Dom Goggins Subuteo XI. I will carry on, but first...
Supporter stories 2 Weeks, Two Marathons: Turning on the TAP
At last, we have some sun! To the thousands of people who have spent the last few months pounding pavements and parks in freezing cold, wind and rain, this is a particular relief. Marathon training always has an element of masochism, but now the long runs are done. All that’s left is to rest. For some 37,000 hoping to complete the world’s biggest fundraising event, we have 6 more days to wait.
Blog Leading Light Campaign - One Year On
At this time on this day last year I was having a pint with family and friends, celebrating having just carried the Olympic Flame. The sun was out, everyone was there.
Blog Guest Blog - Running London to Cardiff for LLR - LC24RunDMC
Hi everyone, I'm Claire Buky-Webster. I ran the London Marathon this year as part of the Leading LIght campaign, and I wanted to let you know about my next challenge - this time I've put together a posse!
Blog If You Are Losing Your Faith In Human Nature, Go Out And Watch A Marathon
This one will feel different. Boston has seen to that. The terrible pictures from last Monday, and the ongoing hunt for those responsible, will be present in at least 37,000 minds during the London Marathon this Sunday. A moment’s pause before the race and a donation for each runner; thoughtfu