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Career tips from the London Marathon

Seven hours, 45 minutes, 54 seconds. In that time, you could fly to New York; watch most of the Lord of the Rings trilogy or perform a heart transplant. It’s the time I took to complete the London Marathon on 21 April. Injured, hobbling, and unsure whether the body would hold out for 26.2 miles, it was not what I’d planned. But I made it and I have the same finishers medal as Peres Jepchirchir who ran a record- breaking two hours, 16 minutes, 16 seconds. I clearly got more value from my entry fee! But of course, marathon day…