Two extraordinary people will be among more than 10,000 men and women running the Brighton Marathon on Sunday.
It's the fifth year of the event and world record holder Paula Radcliffe will be the official starter. But, as Andy Dickenson found out, even her feats may be eclipsed by those taking part. He speaks to runners Kevin Williams, Amanda Chalmers and race founder Tim Hutchings.
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