London Landmarks Half – 03 April 2022

The only half marathon to go through both the City of London and the City of Westminster, the London Landmarks Half Marathon takes you past some of London's most iconic landmarks allowing you to explore the capital on a route like no other!

Starting on Pall Mall and finishing on Downing Street, with plenty of colour, music and support along the way, this is a truly unique race to take part in through the famous City of London.This quirky half marathon takes you past landmarks including St. Paul's, the Gherkin, Tower Bridge and Westminster, as well as uncovering some of London's hidden history and showcasing its local music and character. This is a great half marathon to conquer.

Join Team #RugbyRunners in one of the UK's best races and receive amazing support from the moment you sign up. Everyone who runs with our team receives the following:

  • A Team Rugby Runners Welcome Pack full of fundraising tips and advice
  • An IPF T-shirt to show the world you're on our team
  • A technical fibre IPF running vest
  • Unlimited 1-1 support from our dedicated fundraising team

To apply for a charity place with the Rugby Runners Team in the 2022 London Landmarks Half please complete our application form on the link below. 

Registration fee: £25

Fundraising pledge: £350

Secure Your Place Here

 

Already have a ballot place?

Do you already have a place? Want to make a difference for the #RugbyFamily? If you are successful in the LLHM ballot, we would love for you to join the Rugby Runners Team! Simply register for the team when your place has been confirmed. You'll get the same great support as our charity place runners, we are one team!

Registration fee: None

Fundraising pledge: None

Register Your Ballot Place Here

 

 

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