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London Marathon extends with global rights partner

London Marathon Events has extended its global rights distribution agreement with the TCB Sport Media agency.
 
TCB Sport Media will continue to distribute rights to the London Marathon in regions around the world for a further three years, from 2018 to 2020.
 
The agency began its partnership with the London Marathon in 2015, taking over from the BBC Worldwide division of the UK public-service broadcaster as global rights distributor for the mass-participation event.
 
The London Marathon is part of the World Marathon Majors series of the world’s top six races and its 2018 edition takes place on April 22.

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