The BERLIN MARATHON 2018 will be remembered for many years.
It was where &when Eluid KIPCHOGE broke the world record at 2 hours 1 min and 38 seconds.
I suppose I can always say I ran with him on that day (although my attempt took over 3 hours longer).
I arrived in Berlin (via London) 3 days before the race. It was warm and dry for most of the trip. Slight rain when I collected my bag from the expo on the Thursday before race day. Continue reading “RACE REPORT – 45th BMW BERLIN MARATHON”