Defending champion Wilson Kipsang and world record holder Dennis Kimetto will go head-to-head at Sunday's London Marathon.
Three-time London Marathon winner Paula Radcliffe says she will enter this year's race "unfit", but healthy.
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- Pavey fears 'unethical' hormone use
- U-turn made on 'Nordic only' prize
- IAAF wants to double Jeptoo drugs ban
- Team GB announce World Relay squads
- Russia will not be banned - IAAF
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Athletics Video & Audio
- Watch video Duo set for 'greatest race ever'
- Watch video Radcliffe hopes for marathon 'fun'
- Watch video Weir motivated by defeat
- Watch video Ennis-Hill on Rio 2016 & Johnson-Thompson
- Watch video Kenya dominate World Cross Country
- Watch video Rio countdown begins for GB stars
- Watch video Farah trips over finishing tape
- Watch video Rutherford finds fatherhood relaxing
2015 London Marathon, 26 April
How many teachers are taking part in the London Marathon, how many bottles of water will be handed out, and who is getting hitched on the route?