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This is my journal of a month of my life as I travel from Copenhagen to Paris, London and Boston. Each day, I have promised to share a bit of my travels, feelings, experiences. This day, has proved the most difficult...

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This is my journal for the month from March 25 to April 22, where I have travelled to Copenhagen, Denmark, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, Paris, France, London, England and Boston, MA, covering the Spring road racing season. 

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Revised and updated, 14 April 2014

Right after his race, in the post-mortem press conference, Mo Farah said the following: 

"I want to come back. If I could come back in two weeks time, I would. I have to make a sensible decision. I want to come back, but I do not know when it is going to be." 



This is my journal on the traveling around the world I have been doing in March and April for the sport. Copenhagen, Paris, London, then Boston. Today, it is London and London Marathon time. 

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Biwott and Kipsang, courtesy of Virgin London Marathon
This is my journal on my travels to Copenhagen, Paris, London, and Boston, in one month of living out of my very large travel bag. Oh, and I threw in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin for two days. 

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Kids' races, Vienna City Marathon, Saturday, 12 April 2014, photo by PhotoRun.net
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Biwott and Kipsang, about to do battle, 
photo courtesy of Virgin Money London Marathon
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Ryan Vail, photo by PhotoRun.net
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Getu Feleke runs 2:05:41 CR at Vienna City Marathon, photo by PhotoRun.net

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Anna Hahner wins Vienna City in last 300 meters! 
photo by PhotoRun.net
The 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon was a battle to the wire on the elite women's side, with some surprises, and, for Edna Kiplagat, some vindication. 


On a beautful spring day in London, Wilson Kipsang, the world record holder, and Edna KIplagat, the two time World Champion, prevailed over nearly 37,000 of their closest companions. Here is how we saw the race develop: 






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