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Saturday, 25 January, 2003, 02:42 GMT
LONDON MARATHON 2002
Radcliffe eyes Olympic marathon
Paula Radcliffe could go for marathon gold in the 2004 Olympics after her sensational debut in the discipline.
Record day in London
Records tumble as Paula Radcliffe and Khalid Khannouchi show their class in the London Marathon.
London's best by far
BBC Sport's Steve Cram applauds Paula Radcliffe for helping the 22nd London Marathon exceed all expectations.
Khannouchi breaks world record
Khalid Khannouchi beats his own world record to clinch victory in the 22nd London Marathon.
Debut win for Radcliffe
Britain's Paula Radcliffe outruns a world-class field to win her first London Marathon in a course-record time.
Khannouchi: Marathon marvel
BBC Sport Online profiles London Marathon winner and world-record holder Khalid Khannouchi.
Tanni triumphs again
Tanni Grey-Thompson clocks up her sixth win in the London Wheelchair Marathon, while Dave Weir wins the men's race.
London Marathon clockwatch
All the action as it happened as Khalid Khannouchi and Paula Radcliffe took victory in the elite races.
Beaten by the Wombles
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach relives the highs and lows of taking part in the 22nd London Marathon.
London's elite attraction
The field for Sunday's London Marathon is thought to be the best in the history of any big-city 26.2-mile race.
London gets set for marathon
Around 32,000 runners, including some of the world's best athletes, limber up for the 22nd London Marathon on 14 April.
Rivals sceptical about Haile bid
Khalid Khannouchi adds his voice to those who doubt Haile Gebrselassie can beat his world record in Sunday's London Marathon.
London's big budget production
BBC Sport Online looks at how the London Marathon has assembled one of the finest fields in history.
Test all athletes, says marathon chief
All forms of athletics must introduce mandatory blood testing, says London marathon race director David Bedford.
King Haile comes to town
The great Haile Gebrselassie is welcomed to London for his marathon debut.
Steinle seeking London glory
BBC Sport Online's Tom Fordyce talks to British no.1 Mark Steinle ahead of the Flora London Marathon.
Radcliffe ready to rumble
Paula Radcliffe's successful World Cross Country title defence last month was perfect preparation for a debut London Marathon.
Just giving at the marathon
London Marathon runners are set to raise even more money at this year's event by setting up their own sponsorship web pages.
Ones to watch
BBC Sport Online picks out the main contenders in the elite men and women's races at the London Marathon.
London's wheelchair contenders
BBC Sport Online picks out the athletes set to dominate this year's wheelchair race at the London Marathon.
Stars set to sweat
BBC Sport Online tracks the celebrities who are out in force for this year's London Marathon.
All the past champions and record-holders in the elite race of the London Marathon.
Charlie hits the ground running
Ground Force presenter Charlie Dimmock puts away her wheelbarrow to run in this year's London Marathon.
The story behind the London Marathon
BBC Sport Online looks back at the birth of this great race.
London Marathon viewing spots
Going along to support on friends or family? BBC Sport Online selects the best spots to stand and cheer.
Pictures of the past
Pictures of the races and runners that have graced the London Marathon over the past 21 years.
BBC Sport Online gives the lowdown on recovering from the toughest physical challenge of your life.
Final marathon checklist
Running coach Bruce Tulloh gives his top tips for the final preparations before the London Marathon.
A week of dress rehearsals
Marathon coach Bruce Tulloh suggests a focussed approach to your final week of training.
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.
Marathon coverage at the BBC
The BBC offers full television, radio and online coverage of the world's most prestigious road running event - The London Marathon.
Africans celebrates London double
Ethiopia's Derartu Tulu and Abdelkader El Mouaziz of Morocco win the elite races at the 21st London Marathon in 2001.
Tulu and Tergat silence the doubters
BBC Sport's Steve Cram looks back at the success that was the 21st London Marathon.
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