London Landmarks Half Marathon 2020

We have received confirmation from the London Landmarks Half Marathon event organiser that the event will not be going ahead on Sunday 29 March 2020. We will be in touch with all our participants to provide advice and guidance on the next steps once the event organiser has confirmed a new date for the event.

We are incredibly grateful for all the efforts of our Team GOSH runners who are training hard and raising amazing sums of money to support children cared for at GOSH.

You can read the full statement from the London Landmarks Half Marathon here on their website

The London Landmarks Half Marathon's incredible and exclusive course boasts some of the best views of Westminster and The City. Pass St Paul's Cathedral, the Bank of England and Nelson's Column before crossing Waterloo Bridge and running down the iconic South Bank. With themed cheer posts and so much to discover and explore this is a race not to be missed!

What you need to know 

You have to be 17 or older to take part in LLHM 2020.

Our charity places are now sold out but if you have your own place you can join our team!

Got a ballot place?

If you’re lucky enough to have already got your own place in the London Landmarks Half Marathon we’d love for you to join our team and run for us.

There is no minimum fundraising commitment; we would only ask you to raise what you can. 

Join Team GOSH with my ballot place

What to expect 

If you sign up to this unique, highly in demand race you can expect: 

  • a closed road half marathon, past London's greatest Landmarks
  • themed cheer-posts at every mile, celebrating London's hidden, quirky and grand history 
  • an award winning medal!

Landmarks route

 

As part of Team GOSH you’ll receive:

  • a digital welcome pack full of tips, advice and fundraising materials
  • a technical running vest
  • access to professional training plans
  • cheering posts along the route for your family and friends
  • second to none support from a member of the Challenge Events team

For more information on the race and a look at the scenic route, please visit the London Landmarks Half Marathon website. 

Training

Visit our very own Training Zone for access to route planners, calculators, your own personal trainer and the chance to interact with others.