Who will win the London Marathon? At our last check the favourites are:
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Have a look at the previous winners below to get an idea of who usually does well in the capital.
Also, cast your eye over the event details section as it will give you the London Marathon dates, venues and official website.
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London Marathon Men's Winners:
2019 - Eliud Kipchoge.
2018 - Eliud Kipchoge.
2017 - Daniel Wanjiru.
2016 - Eliud Kipchoge.
2015 - Eliud Kipchoge.
2014 - Wilson Kipsang.
2013 - Tsegaye Kebede.
2012 - Wilson Kipsang.
2011 - Emmanuel Mutai.
2010 - Tsegaye Kebede.
London Marathon Women's Winners:
2019 - Brigid Kosgei.
2018 - Vivian Cheruiyot.
2017 - Mary Keitany.
2016 - Jemima Sumgong.
2015 - Tigist Tufa.
2014 - Edna Kiplagat.
2013 - Priscah Jeptoo.
2012 - Mary Keitany.
2011 - Mary Keitany.
2010 - Aselefech Mergia.London Marathon News Headlines
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