Ryan Hall has written about his experience in London on his blog. It's a short piece, but not lacking.
I don't believe there is such a thing as a "bad race" for me, unless the experience fails to inspire, direct, and guide me to my next goal. Running at the very basic level is all about breaking the body down so that it adapts and builds itself stronger for the next challenge.
A few photos from London are also included. It'd be nice to hear more from Hall, but it's clear that the DNF hasn't been easy to accept.
Leadville 100 was this weekend. iRunFar has things covered. Thomas Lorblanchet won the race in his 100-mile debut, covering the 100 mile course in 16:29:28. Tina Lewis won the women's race in 19:33:45.
Interesting stuff that effects us when we travel for races -- especially ones far away from home.