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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... 14:23 - Sep 16 with 1265 viewsPlanetHonneywood

To run 26.2m/42.2kms....

Mental.

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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 14:34 - Sep 16 with 1241 viewsBoston

Phew, you panicked a few there John, they thought you meant 'til closing time.

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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 20:24 - Sep 16 with 1113 viewssmegma

Finished quicker than an uber driver
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 20:28 - Sep 16 with 1107 viewsbosh67

Meh!

Never knowingly right.
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 20:31 - Sep 16 with 1103 viewstraininvain

Amazing. How long till someone manages sub 2 hours?!
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 04:12 - Sep 17 with 968 viewsJAPRANGERS

I did a 2 hours 41 mins a few years ago on the totally flat course in Amsterdam. I was pleased with the time.

But 2 hours 1 minute is absolutely amazing! How does a peep run so fast????
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 05:56 - Sep 17 with 937 viewsPlanetHonneywood

I ran Berlin in 2008 with a lot of chums, seven of us were in Rs shirts. At the two hour, one minute stage...there was plenty of running left in the day!

Berlin is as flat as a tortilla l,which is why the record tumbles there. That said, to run two hours, 41 minutes anywhere on the planet, is immense!


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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 07:41 - Sep 17 with 878 viewskingsburyR

I did London in 2012 (you delightful lot all chipped in with a bit of sponsorship - so thank you again) and I crossed Tower Bridge in 1 hour 55 mins..............

................ which is half way!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dont know why we bother. .... but we do!

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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 09:33 - Sep 17 with 811 viewsTonto

the sub 2 hour marathon is close, I reckon someone will do it within the next 5 years, although it may still require in-out pacers to do it the first time.

2 hours 41 is a mighty quick time too Japan - you should be proud of that!

Why stop now, just when I'm hating it

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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 09:40 - Sep 17 with 804 viewsMaggsinho

Equivalent to a 5k pace of 14:24! Mental.
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 10:05 - Sep 17 with 781 viewsDannyPaddox

As someone who's never ran a marathon (though I've inadvertently run a few halves) I converted Kipchoge's run into 5k park runs. He runs 8 of them them at under 15 minutes and then sprints the last 2.2k in 06:07. Incredible.

14.24/ 14.37/ 14.36/ 14.19
14.28/ 14.21/ 14.16/ 14.31
06.07*
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 10:06 - Sep 17 with 781 viewssmegma

To put it in perspective, I did the Ride London event in 2005. I did 52 miles in 4 hours 2 minutes.I felt really good in myself but then this bloke ran at the same speed?? Mind you, the hills at mile 39 in Richmond Park and Richmond Hill were killers.
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Two hours, one minute and 39 seconds... on 11:07 - Sep 17 with 745 viewsToast_R

Will there ever be a boy born who can swim faster than a shark?
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