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Coverage of the annual marathon through the streets of London.
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.
Gabby Logan presents live coverage of the start of the 42nd London marathon, one of the highlights of the sporting calendar.
The elite wheelchair races begin first, followed by elite female and male runners, followed by thousands more entrants from all abilities, ages and backgrounds, who will be helping to raise millions for good causes.
Live coverage of the 42nd London Marathon as 50,000 runners, including the world's best, tackle the iconic course, running from Greenwich to Westminster. Hosted by Gabby Logan.
The elite men's race contains three of the five fastest men in the history of the marathon, including last year's winner, Sisay Lemma of Ethiopia, and the great Kenenisa Bekele. Another star attraction will be Mo Farah, with the 39-year-old Briton racing in his first marathon since 2019.
The women's field features Kenya's world record holder Brigid Kosgei and her compatriot Joyciline Jepkosgei, the defending champion, plus British number one Charlotte Purdue.
Gabby is joined by special guests and celebrities throughout the day, with commentary by Steve Cram, Paula Radcliffe and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, and reporting from Jeanette Kwakye, Steve Brown and JJ Chalmers.
Gabby Logan presents highlights from the 42nd London Marathon, including the key moments from the elite men's, women's and wheelchair races.
Ethiopia's Sisay Lemma and Kenyan Joyciline Jepkosgei are the defending men's and women's champions respectively, while Switzerland's Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar are hoping to retain their wheelchair crowns.
We also hear some of the inspirational stories from the mass runners, up to 50,000 of whom will be pounding the streets of London, with a similar number running the race virtually from all across the world.
Commentary comes from Steve Cram, Paula Radcliffe and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, with reporting from Jeanette Kwakye, Steve Brown and JJ Chalmers.
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