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TCS London Marathon 2022

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Register

Registration fee: £10
Minimum sponsorship: £200
Virtual Charity Place
Registration fee: free
No minimum sponsorship
I've got my own place in the 2022 TCS London Marathon
Registration fee: free
No minimum sponsorship
I've got my own place in the 2022 Virtual TCS London Marathon

TCS London Marathon

Charity Place 

Registration is now closed for our 2022 charity places and we are now operating a waiting list system. We will be accepting applications for 2023 very soon

Own Place

If you secured your own place in the 2022 London Marathon official ballot, we would love for you to join our team.

I have my own 2022 place 

Virtual Charity Place 

We have some places available in the Virtual London Marathon which is back for a 3rd year! This is a chance to do the London Marathon your way. Register for just £10. Minimum sponsorship of £200 applies

Register today 

Own Place 

Did you receive a place in the TCS London Marathon Ballot? Did you buy your own place in the Virtual London Marathon? Congratulations! We'd love to have you join #teamDUK. We will be there to support you every step of the way up until race day, and then cheer you around the course on the day. 

I have my own virtual place

We will offer:

  • Fundraising support and materials from our highly experienced team.
  • Full training support including tailored plans and a direct email to the training team
  • Personalised running vest and race-day accessories
  • On-the-day support including dedicated cheering points, a post-race reception, massage and refreshments.
  • Full access to our London Marathon Facebook and Strava groups.Got any questions?

We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have. Contact our Fundraising events team on:

Telephone: 0345 123 2399
Email: events.fundraising@diabetes.org.uk

Taking part in the London Marathon

For those who don’t know, the London Marathon is an annual race that starts off in Blackheath in Greenwich and ends 26.2 miles later at Buckingham Palace. Around 38,000 people take part, raising money for their favourite causes. It takes in many of London’s famous landmarks.. 

Although many people run the marathon, others walk it. The good news is the course is flat. And if you have mobility issues or know you’ll struggle to run the whole length, walking is an option. You'll find lots of help in our beginner run-walk training plan.

If you’ve signed up to run the event for us, and are no longer able to take part, do let us know. There’s a good chance you’ll be able to defer your place until next year. Please contact events.fundraising@diabetes.org.uk to go through your options.

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