London Marathon 2014 – KET Enters Runner
KET has been allocated a place in the 2014 London Marathon and Stuart May has agreed to run on behalf of the charity.
Stuart May running in the Shakespeare Marathon April 2013
Stuart is no stranger to marathons but it's been a good twenty years since he last undertook the London event.
Despite a busy and active job as Deputy Chief Fire Officer on the Isle of Wight, he decided to get back into running a couple of years ago and has since successfully completed the Brighton and Shakespeare Marathons.
He hopes to run the London Marathon in under 4 hours, but is a little wary of injuries.
He remembers the event well:
'The worst bit is the run from Woolwich to Tower Bridge because you are yet to hit double figures in miles.'
'And the best bit is the run towards Buckingham Palace because you know you have cracked it, and there are crowds of people shouting you on.'
Stuart will be keeping us up to date on his training over the next few months.
Details of how to sponsor his fundraising for KET will be posted closer to the event.
Marathon Training Update – August 2013
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