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Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:09 GMT 17:09 UK
Africans celebrates London double
Ethiopia's Derartu Tulu and Abdelkader El Mouaziz of Morocco win the elite races at the 21st London Marathon.
Tulu and Tergat silence the doubters
BBC Sport's Steve Cram looks back at the success that was the 21st London Marathon.
Two charities for 2002 London Marathon
Children with Leukaemia and the Outward Bound Trust have been named as the official charities for the 2002 Flora London Marathon.
Flora London Marathon 2001
More than 30,000 runners of all ages and abilities have taken part in the 21st London Marathon.
New era awaits Radcliffe
Paula Radcliffe will make her marathon debut in London next year - BBC Sport Online examines her prospects.
Steinle looking for improvement
Sixth-placed Mark Steinle insists he is disappointed with his time, despite being the first Briton home in the Flora London marathon.
Tulu: Dedication was key
Derartu Tulu puts her London Marathon win down to her focus on the event, Paul Tergat sees the distance as his future.
Marathon joy for El Mouaziz
Morocco's Abdelkader El Mouaziz sprints to victory in the men's London Marathon.
London glory for Tulu
Ethiopia's Olympic 10,000m champion Derartu Tulu storms to victory in the women's race at the London Marathon.
Grey-Thompson's five-star class
Tanni-Grey Thompson wins her fifth wheelchair London Marathon while Frenchman Denis Lemeunir wins the men's race.
London's marathon miracle
BBC Sport Online's Matt Slater comes face-to-face with the favourites for Sunday's London Marathon.
The unofficial world championships
BBC Sport Online's Matt Slater discovers that from humble beginnings the London Marathon has become the world's number one race.
The marathon's welcome party
BBC Sport Online speaks to a man who has been greeting London Marathon finishers ever since the event began in 1981.
Tulu rules out Athens marathon
Derartu Tulu will run the 10,000m at the 2004 Athens Olympics instead of moving up to the marathon.
South Korean wins Boston Marathon
South Korea's Lee Bong-ju wins the Boston marathon, keeping the Kenyans off the top spot for the first time in 10 years.
The pain and the agony
BBC Sport Online's Matt Slater on running his first - and quite possibly last - London Marathon.
A Partridge in Paris
London Marathon regular Steve Partridge crosses La Manche to run the Paris equivalent.
Tanni's sitting comfortably
BBC Sport's Andrew Swiss investigates the technology of wheelchairs that enable top athletes like Tanni Grey-Thompson to continue breaking records
Tanni's back for more
Tanni Grey-Thompson tells BBC Sport Online how she rediscovered her competitive drive.
Twenty-one and counting
Sport Online's Matt Slater meets the BBC's very own running guru, London Marathon ever present Steve Wehrle.
The gain behind the pain
BBC Sport Online's Matt Slater reveals that the biggest winners at the London Marathon on 22 April were Britain's charities.
Black against 'the wall'
BBC Sport Online speaks to Olympic silver medallist Roger Black about the hardest race of his life, the 2000 London Marathon.
Stars out for marathon effort
BBC Sport Online breaks down the field of celebrities running for charity in Sunday's London Marathon.
BBC Sport Online gives the lowdown on recovering from the toughest physical challenge of your life.
How to handle the last few days
You've spent four months training like crazy for the big day - here's what you need to do in the final week.
Pictures of the races and runners that have graced the London Marathon's 20 years.
London Marathon 2000
Images from the 20th London Marathon, which saw Antonio Pinto triumph for the third time and Tegla Loroupe win her first.
More than 30 cameras beam footage from key points of the race to helicopters which in turn send them to Television Centre ready for live broadcast to the world.
BBC's London Marathon team
The BBC London Marathon coverage is introduced by Sue Barker with an expert commentary team led by Brendan Foster.
BBC TV, Radio and Online coverage
The BBC brings full coverage and in depth analysis of the Flora London Marathon as it celebrates its 21st birthday.
Marathon mood music
BBC Sport Online's Matt Slater discovers the story behind the BBC's London Marathon signature tune, The Trap.
What was your 2001 highlight?
Redgrave revels in Marathon
The pain and agony
Marathon mapped out
Images from the Flora London Marathon
Picks his London Marathon winners
Why sports shops love the London Marathon
How to recover from a London Marathon run
London's one-man welcome party
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