Flor Runs The Smoke

Flor after completing the 10k at the Clonakilty Waterfront Marathon in December as part of his preparation for the London Marathon
Flor after completing the 10k at the Clonakilty Waterfront Marathon in December as part of his preparation for the London Marathon

Flor ran the Dublin marathon back in 2016. He said at the time that he ran two marathons on the same day: his first, and his last!

Well, it turns out that that might not be entirely true. For a number of years now Flor has put his name forward in the ballot for the London marathon. The ballot is a lottery through which those who get to run the London marathon are chosen.

Having been unsuccessful on a number of attempts, this time Flor’s number came up lucky and he was chosen to run London in 2019.

The London Marathon takes place on 28 April 2019 and Flor is currently in training. We’ll have updates on how he is getting on as we get closer to the event.

And now that he’s told you; he can’t back out!

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