After howling winds and unexpectedly high snow fall in London it finally happened & The first ever London Big Half Marathon was completed on Sunday 4th March 2018.
Clinic4Sport congratulates the winner from Britain, Mo Farah, who managed to beat his Kenyan rival, Daniel Wanjiru, in the sprint finish 🏃.
London Big Half in a unique event that was held in the capital of England for the first time. Course began adjacent to the Tower Bridge and the finish line was at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich. Runners were able enjoy the view of one of the best looking location of the city of London.
Some of the best runners world-wide were participating to compete one another as well as raise funds for the number of charities who are making the difference to the vitality for those who are in need and us all!
BIG THANK YOU to Clinic4Sport therapists: Louisa Tuely, Bravehearth Enwereji & Charlotte Samaroo who were ready to look after the Diabetes UK runners. It is an honor to be working with one of the biggest charity organisations in the UK as well as great pleasure to contribute to the physical well-being of the participants!!!
We are looking forward for many more successful years to come!