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Question 1:
What type is thing is London Marathon?
Yellow road, leading to Emerald City
Provincial Road
Women road stage race
Road

Question 2:
Where is London Marathon?

Question 3: The London Marathon is a popular road marathon that has been held each year in ________ since 1981, usually in March.
MoscowLondonBerlinStockholm

Question 4: It is one of the ________, a two-year series of elite marathon racing that also includes the Boston, Chicago, New York and Berlin marathons.
Paula RadcliffeIngrid KristiansenDeena KastorWorld Marathon Majors

Question 5: The three courses converge after three miles in ________, where the Royal Artillery Barracks is passed.
ThamesmeadElthamGreenwichWoolwich

Question 6: During the 2001 Foot-and-Mouth crisis which closed access to much of England's countryside, the London Marathon route emerged as one of the most popular urban ________ routes.
Peak DistrictWalking in the United KingdomLake DistrictHillwalking

Question 7: On 16 May 2008 London Marathon Limited signed a new five year sponsorship deal with Virgin and ________.
Virgin MoneyChurch House TrustVirgin Mobile AustraliaVirgin Media

Question 8: As the runners reach the 6-mile mark, they pass by the Old Royal Naval College and head towards ________ drydocked in Greenwich.
Challenger (clipper)Cutty SarkClipperThermopylae (clipper)

Question 9: In 2005, the route around the ________ between 14 and 21 miles was switched from a clockwise to an anti-clockwise direction, and at 22 miles the route was diverted to avoid the cobblestoned area near the Tower of London.
Isle of DogsWappingPoplar, LondonBethnal Green

Question 10: Spanning 26 miles (42 km),[11] it is the only Marathon course in the world that is run in two hemispheres, both the East and West, as the full course crosses the Prime Meridian in ________.
GreenwichWoolwichElthamDeptford







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