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Victoria Beckham proud after son completes mini-marathon

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Victoria Beckham has said how proud she is of her son Romeo who completed the London Mini-Marathon today.

Romeo, 12, was raising money for UNAIDS, the joint United Nations programme on Aids, and David Beckham's Unicef 7 fund.

He completed the three mile course course in 18 minutes and 54 seconds.

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Feeling inspired? How to enter the 2016 London Marathon

Has watching the London Marathon inspired you to take part? Credit: PA

If the sight of thousands of people gasping fro breath as they try to stagger over the finish line has not put you off, registration for next year's race is almost open.

Applications for the London Marathon public ballot open on Monday May 4 and close on Friday 8 May at 5pm.

If you are interested, then you just have to visit the London Marathon website when the application window opens.

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The best pictures from the 2015 London Marathon

From wacky costumes to knackered runners struggling over the finish line, the London Marathon has it all. Here's a collection of some of the best moments of the day - so far.

Happy runners before their ordeal Credit: REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
A man dressed as a blackcurrant fairy, perhaps Credit: Reuters / Suzanne Plunkett
A man is helped by paramedics after finishing Credit: Reuters / Paul Childs
Fans cheer von the runners Credit: Reuters / Andrew Boyers
Marathon runners dressed as David Cameron and Nigel Farage Credit: Adam Davy / PA Wire
Somehow someone let a rhino run the marathon Credit: Adam Davy / PA Wire
Runners cross Tower Bridge Credit: Adam Davy / PA Wire

Liverpool won't give up on top four - Lallana

Adam Lallana says Liverpool will be back on it at Hull. Credit: PA

Adam Lallana vowed Liverpool will keep fighting for the top four despite their hopes fading.

The Reds' 0-0 draw at West Brom on Saturday left them playing catch up for the Champions League spots.

We'll dust ourselves down, go again, go to Hull (on Tuesday) and try to get three points to hopefully put as much pressure on the teams above us as possible.

I still feel that if we pick up maximum points from the remaining games, we'll be unlucky not to get into that fourth spot. It's still possible and while it's still possible, we'll keep giving our all.

We've just got to focus on ourselves. It'll be a difficult place to go - they're still fighting for their lives down at the bottom.

It will be a tough game, but we've got to go there and play our game and hopefully we'll get three points. You want to get back to winning ways as quickly as possible.

– Adam Lallana speaking to Liverpool's official site
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