Get in touchLiverpool, England, UK.
07810 321 634
0151 735 1641
Published on Wed May 11, 2011 by David Colbran
Emmanuel Mutai made it a Kenyan double after winning the Virgin London Marathon in a new course record. Mutai's time of 2:04.38, beats the previous best of 2:05.10 set by Samuel Wanjiru in 2009 and also the fifth-fastest time ever.
Earlier, his compatriot Mary Keitany smashed her personal best to claim a commanding victory in the women's race.
I really enjoyed my 6th time covering the London Marathon. The weather was a little warm and sunny for those taking part, but ideal for those working and watching. I love working the marathon, its always a great atmosphere and everyone is so friendly, it makes working long hours easy. A few more favourites below.
If you need a professional experienced sports photographer to cover your event please don't hesitate to contact us.
Author: David Colbran
business festivals protest music tearsheet commercial sports art exhibition conference marathon London AfricaOye housing product world universities responsive education stock designer culture people web advertising headshot interior headshots uk-uncut Glastonbury