In London... Lukas Bates was attempting to break the world record for a marathon runner dressed as an iconic building, and was close to making it across the finish line until he discovered he had a big problem. He had dressed as London's Big Ben, and his 5-foot-tall costume got caught on the overhead scoreboard he was trying to run under. After several failed attempts, a race steward finally helped him to cross the line. Bates finished the race in 3 hours, 54 minutes and 21 seconds - almost 20 seconds slower than the record set by Richard Mietz, who ran the 2018 Berlin Marathon dressed as the Holstentor gate in Germany.
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