• ross1948 16:30 on September 21, 2022 Permalink Reply
    Tags: , hugh brasher, London Marathon, non-binary freak runners   

    Running To The Toilet? London Freakathon!

    Running | The London and Boston marathons will include non-binary categories in their application forms for races next year, in an effort to promote inclusivity…


    And this year’s ‘non-binary’ winner?

    God knows!

    If I were running across Tower Bridge…

    View of Tower Bridge from Shad Thames

    …my fave part of my London Marathon, years and years ago…

    …with a pack of sexual maladjusts pounding along behind me, I’d beat all my previous P.B.s – undoubtedly.

    …for non-runners, a ‘PB’ is one’s ‘personal best’ time in any given race. Mine was (I think) 3 hours, 43 minutes, for the L.M.

    Not sure how impressive the average practitoner of incest and/or bestiality and/or necrophilia might be…



    …in terms of speed, but they won’t be a pretty sight for spectators, for sure.

    Whatever has possessed the director of the L.M., Hugh Brasher, thus to appease woko-weirdos?

    It seems inexplicable, but you should ask Brasher….

    London Marathon's event director Hugh Brasher says Sunday's race will be "the most competitive in the world, ever" ©Getty Images

     Hugh Brasher


    ..who says it’s a ‘ “significant step” in improving the race’s diversity…’

    …but he doesn’t specify whether this new, improved, wokified race will include any or all of the above sorts of deviants I mentioned, but if not, Mr. Brasher has quite a way to go in his sad, sick programme of diversification.

    But persevere he must, given his stated “commitment to making the London Marathon for everyone.”



    But here’s another thing. .

    Brasher said the non-binary category would only apply to the mass participation start, and not the elite event. https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/sep/14/london-and-boston-marathons-to-include-non-binary-category-for-2023-race

    So the Elite Event is organised on a different concept of ‘inclusion?’



    • Ian Gilchrist 23:26 on September 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      I ran rhe London Marathon almost 20 years ago and still have my medal somewhere, I think. Now I feel like sending it back.
      Brasher and the wokers in every sport are an embarassment.


    • David Lord 16:26 on September 22, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      His father, Chris Brasher, was a very popular figure, and never showed any sympathy with perverts.
      Where does the son get his strange outlook from?



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