Claire Lomas raised £500,000 for spinal injury research when she took part in the London Marathon four years ago.Read the full story ›
Paula Radcliffe, who trained at Loughborough University, has won the London Marathon three times before and still holds the current world record of 2:15:25.
Today to cheering crowds, she crossed the line in two hours, thirty-six minutes and fifty-five seconds, and as you'd imagine afterwards was a little emotional.
Paula Radcliffe has tweeted her thanks to the crowd who supported her during her last London Marathon.
She added that her memories "will last a lifetime and beyond".
What a day! Thank you to the crowds and streets of London and all the runners, memories that will last a lifetime and beyond.
East Midlands athlete and world record holder Paula Radcliffe is ending her competitive career at the London Marathon today.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are preparing for tomorrow's London marathon. Among those competing is the daughter of legendary Northamptonshire cricketer Allan Lamb, who's running in support of her grandmother who has Alzheimer's. Donovan Blake reports.
A 38-year-old hospital worker is gearing up to tackle the London Marathon having lost half her body weight.Read the full story ›
Leicester Tigers star Lewis Moody is running the London Marathon this Sunday in aid of Crohn's and Colitis UK.
Moody made 223 appearances during his career at Welford Road and is now an ambassador for the charity.
Lewis said running the London marathon was something he always wanted to do:
"I am incredibly proud to be running in aid of such a great charity, which is very close to my heart as I am an Ulcerative Colitis sufferer".
Today marks the anniversary of Claire Squire's death after she collapsed one mile from the finish in last years London Marathon.
Today her friends are doing the race in her memory to raise money for the Squires Effect charity.
Kate McCann, the mother of missing Leicestershire girl Madeleine, is running the London Marathon today.
Kate, from Rothley in Leicestershire is an ambassador of the Missing People charity and is aiming to raise £20,000 to mark its 20th anniversary.
Fourteen friends of Claire Squires will run the marathon she never completed today.
It is the anniversary of Claire's death after she collapsed one mile from the finish in last years London Marathon.
Claire, from North Kilworth, near Market Harborough, raised more than £1millon after her death via her just giving page which is being donated to the charity Samaritans.