A record-breaking Sunday at The London Marathon 2018!
Hundreds of thousands headed to the streets of London on Sunday (April 22) to support friends and family running in The London Marathon.
Runners and crowds were left sweltering in the heat as temperatures soared with a high of 24.1C (75.3F) which was recorded at St James's Park, the Met Office said. This was the hottest London Marathon since 1996 where temperatures rocketed to 22.7C!
One man who wasn’t fazed by the heat was Sir Mo Farah as he set a new British record of two hours, six minutes and 21 seconds, smashing the time set by Steve Jones in 1985.
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