Published April 2013
Runners cross the start line at the Tokyo Marathon, 24 February 2013. Photo: Tokyo Marathon Foundation
Conventional advice is that you should not run at temperatures below –20˚C. In Siberia they think differently…
When Greg Hannon and Sue Boreham won the inaugural Belfast City Marathon they were pioneering a mass participation event which in 2013 will celebrate 32 years of existence and innovation. But the City was not bereft of the 42.2km challenge before that date. The first Northern Ireland Championship event took place in Belfast in 1938 and continued to be held annually in the city into the 1980s, interrupted only for a three-year period during World War II.
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