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Coverage of the annual marathon through the streets of London.
Live coverage of the 40th annual London Marathon as world-class runners and thousands of fun runners and fundraisers come together to compete in one of the world's most famous and colourful races
Gabby Logan presents uninterrupted coverage of the 41st London Marathon, which returns to its iconic London course and format for the first time since April 2019.
Last year's event was restricted to elite runners only, with mass runners joining in virtually. However, 2021's version is back with a bang with 50,000 virtual runners joining up with 42,000 on the streets of London to make it the largest marathon ever staged anywhere in the world.
Gabby will be joined by special guests and celebrities throughout the day, with commentary provided by Steve Cram, Andrew Cotter, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and Paula Radcliffe, with additional reporting from Jeanette Kwakye.
Live coverage continues as the elite races reach their conclusion on the Mall.
In the women's race, world record holder Brigid Kosgei, the new Olympic silver medallist, will be attempting to win her third successive London Marathon title. Shura Kitata returns to defend his title in the men's elite race despite having to pull out of the Olympic Games in August, while David Weir, the most decorated athlete in London Marathon history, is back for his 22nd consecutive appearance in the men's wheelchair race.
We also highlight some of the inspirational stories amongst the 42,000 runners of all abilities, ages and walks of life as they run the 26.2 miles for their own personal and special reasons.
Gabby Logan presents highlights from the 41st London Marathon, featuring the elite men's, women's and wheelchair races.
We also hear some of the inspirational stories from many of the 42,000 mass runners who are taking part on the streets of London and the 50,000 running the race virtually from all across the UK and the world.
Commentary is provided by Steve Cram, Andrew Cotter, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and Paula Radcliffe, with additional reporting from Jeanette Kwakye.
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