A few at my work have signed up with a charity. Think it’ll depend on the vaccine rollout and variants personally. Would be fantastic to see if go ahead both from a positivity perspective but also for the revenue charities have missed out on as a result of events such as the GNR not happeningAnyone think it'll go ahead this year? I'd love to think so but possibly at a vastly reduced capacity.
Depends on the timeline.
He's been realistic I'm afraid, this whole 'thing' goes one way or the other.People seem to get off on it. A really horrible behaviour thats come from this pandemic.
Can I ask what is a 'virtual run' is, never heard of this before.I do think they will make the most of virtual runs too and keep them on some form even when the actual events can go ahead without worries.
Signing up for a race eg: GNR when the actual event is cancelled.Can I ask what is a 'virtual run' is, never heard of this before.
I think I understand, you stay local, do the run and upload it to find your inishing position.Signing up for a race eg: GNR when the actual event is cancelled.
Last GNR day we used an app to take part and upload our finish time. You just find a route local to you and run the distance (or a treadmill) For the GNR you had to start at either 9.30 or 1.30 but with many other virtual events its normally just within certain date.
This is for this year's London Marathon.
Your run. Your way. The virtual Virgin Money London Marathon will offer 50,000 runners the chance to be a part of something amazingwww.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com
You're a liarThere’s every basis. I do a lot of work on it. Absolutely no chance of it happening