Main roads in central London will be closed on Sunday as 25,000 runners take part in this year’s British 10K. The race will pass some of the city’s best-known landmarks including Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, the London Eye and Trafalgar Square. Last year’s trophy winner, Kenyan Bernard Rotich, is hoping to improve on his time of 29 minutes two seconds. The course record of 28:12 was set by Ethiopia’s double Olympic gold medal winner Haile Gebrselassie in 2005.
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