The Facts

  • Sunday 28 April 2019
  • Location: London
  • Course: 26.2 miles
  • Registration fee: £100
  • Places: £2000 min sponsorship

Virgin London Marathon

28 April 2019
We are looking forward to you joining our London Marathon 2019 Team! Helping the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury. Since 1981, hundreds of thousands of people have run the 26.2mile London Marathon route, passing some of London's most iconic landmarks with cheers from the most supportive of crowds helping them around the course. And you can be there in 2019!  Whether you’re a runner, or prefer to cheer, we’re looking for amazing supporters like you to join our team! If you have your own place in the run, we would love to have you in our team! There would be no minimum sponsorship, and you will receive the same benefits as the rest of the team. Running the London Marathon? Why not join our team and get:
  • To help children with brain injury and their families
  • A personalised bright Children's Trust running vest or t-shirt 
  • Materials to inspire you and support your fundraising
  • Invitation to training day held at The Children's Trust national specialist centre
  • Invitation to final 5 miles of the London Marathon course training day
  • Advice on the best training and nutrition
  • Transport form Our HQ in Tadworth to the Start-line
  • Loudest and brightest Cheers on the day
  • Post-race after-party for you and your supporters, with sports massage and recovery food.
Got a ballot place?
Join the team and recieve our full supportJoin us!
Application for our 2019 charity places are now closed. if you would like to apply for our 2020 charity places please register your interest by . We ask runners to pay a £100 registration fee, and to pledge to raise a minimum of £2000 in sponsorship to help support our work with children with brain injury.    If you have any questions please contact our Sports team on 01737 365018 or .
Join our team as a own place runner
"Running the London Marathon for The Children's Trust was one of the toughest challenges I have ever taken on but also the most rewarding and inspiring experience of my life. Come join me and by part of the team" Paul, CEO at Kia Motors UK, London Marathon Runner
Paul, CEO at Kia Motors UK Ltd, runs the 2017 London Marathon for The Children's Trust

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