While TS was rolling of a pub bench on the Thames this weekend, with a sunburn and headache, Ernst & Young boss Mark Otty was surging to a top 1,800 finish in the London marathon.
Otty made it home in a very impressive 3 hours and 12 minutes to finish 1,790 overall and 364th in his men’s 40 age group.
TS assumes that Otty was back in training this morning for next year’s event. Wouldn’t it be interesting if John Connolly, Kieran Poynter and JGJ also threw on the trainers and started working out to see if they could challenge the mega-fit Otty. Any takers?
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