I then put on the helmet. So I now can’t bend over, bend my knees much, tie my shoes, scratch my face, go to the toilet, see much, hear much, can’t drink, can’t eat.
...That's it, done. However the trouble is i said the same thing after the 2016 London Marathon. 2017 was a bit of a special year though, so whilst i'd love to try to top it in 2018, i doubt i'll be able to beat what's happened this year!
.....After 3 unscheduled stops for live radio interviews and a rather surreal 10 minutes when a lady asked me to pose for a photo with her dogs, I found myself about 30 minutes behind my plan at 5.30pm but after a 10 hour day thats not too bad! I was nearly at the end…..