London Marathon battler who collapsed on finish line back in work one day later

“She’ll be okay, well done Hayley”

Steve Cram

BBC commentator Steve Cram said: “I hope she’s okay, looks very, very tired.”

Luckily she was so close to the line that she was able to lift herself over it.

Marshalls rushed to her aid once she had finished.

Cram continued: “She’ll be okay, well done Hayley.

“Hayley has just run a personal best, she’s okay, she knows she has to get across the line.

“She’s run two and half minutes quicker than she’s ever done – what a brave effort.”

Afterwards she revealed her injuries with a Twitter pic.

She wrote: “Today I learnt how NOT to run a marathon!

“At least I PB’d”

The women’s race was won by Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei having been a runner up last year.

Three-times London Marathon winner Mary Keitany was down in fifth.

In the men’s race Eliud Kipchoge, also of Kenya, won for the second year in a row and Mo Farah was in fifth.

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