"It's a colourful part of the Boston Marathon history, that's for sure," said Bill Rodgers
, who won the men's race that year and was immediately suspicious of the woman next to him on the awards podium.
"It's a colorful part of the Boston Marathon history, that's for sure," said Bill Rodgers
, who won the men's race that year and was immediately suspicious of the woman sitting next to him on the awards podium.
Ymhen blwyddyn neu ddwy, fo fyddai un o gonglfeini Cymreig plaid newydd yr SDP wrth i'r ddau Gymro arall David Owen a Roy Jenkins ymuno efo Shirley Williams a Bill Rodgers
wrth adael Llafur.
That echoes Labour's Gang of Four - Roy Jenkins, David Owen, Bill Rodgers
and Shirley Williams - announcing in 1981 that they would "break the mould of British politics" by forming the SDP.
It is the first time British politics has seen such a shift since 1981 when four leading Labour figures Roy Jenkins, David Owen, Shirley Williams and Bill Rodgers
, broke away to form the Social Democratic Party (SDP).
The party was founded by four senior Labour moderates - Roy Jenkins, David Owen, Bill Rodgers
and Shirley Williams, who were dubbed the "Gang of Four".
| 1981: The Gang of Four (Roy Jenkins, David Owen, Shirley Williams and Bill Rodgers
) broke away from the Labour Party to set up the Social Democrats.
From left, Bill Rodgers
, Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and David Owen - the 'Gang of Four'
, Dr David Owen, Mr Roy Jenkins and Mrs Shirley Williams who founded the SDP
Meanwhile Labour MPs were warning of a split in the party as the left gained power, with MP Bill Rodgers
- who would later join the SDP - saying he would not be "a passenger on a gravy train to disaster" at the next election if the left of the party took control.
Walsh has joined Boston marathon legend Bill Rodgers
, and top American marathoners Dathan Ritzenhein and Shadrack Biwott.
As the outbreak developed, local MPs - including Bill Rodgers
for Labour and Timothy Kitson for the Tories - pressed for further investigation.