Farah vows to return after disappointing marathon debut

Around 36,000 runners took part in yesterday's London Marathon as elite athletes to fun runners braved the 26 mile course . Mo Farah vowed to return to the race after enduring a disappointing debut.

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London Marathon winners pose with trophy

The London Marathon men's and women's champions have posed with the winning trophy.

Men's winner Wilson Kipsang won the race in a course record time of 2 hours and four minutes - four minutes ahead of home favourite Mo Farah who finished in eighth place.

The women's title was taken by Edna Kiiplogat who finished in a time of 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Wilson Kipsang (right) and the women's winner Edna Kiiplogat (left) during the winners photocall. Credit: PA

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