London Landmarks Half Marathon 2019

Sunday 24th March

London Landmarks Half Marathon 2019 - run in support of leukaemia research

Run one of the most scenic half marathons that London has to offer! We’re looking for runners who want to make a real difference in the lives of leukaemia patients. 

Running the London Landmarks Half Marathon is a fun, spring, fitness event that will take you around the streets of the capital and past more than a few of London's world famous landmarks. Thing of it as speed sightseeing! These 13.1 miles take place on a fairly flat course that is perfect first-time half marathon runners or those looking for a personal best. 

London Landmarks Half charity places:

We have 10 charity places for 2019, which you can register for by clicking the button below!  

To take part, you must be aged 17 or older by the time of the race in March 2019. You'll be required to pay a £35 registration fee and commit to raising a minimum of £350 via sponsorship. (See full Charity Runner Ts&Cs here - https://www.llhm.co.uk/charity-place-runner-tcs). Please register for more information.

But, if you have your own place via the ballot, and want to support some of the best young leukaemia researchers in the field, join #TeamLeuka!

London Landmarks Half Ballot place runners:

Even if you secure your own ballot place, you can still join #TeamLeuka for the London Landmarks Half Marathon. As an own-place runner, there’s no minimum sponsorship to meet; we just ask that you’ll pledge to raise as much as you can. And we’ll be there to help you every step of the way. Click the purple button to sign up below and our fundraising team will be in touch with you shortly. 

What you get with #teamLeuka:

  • Personal support from our friendly fundraising team!
  • A helpful fundraising kit 
  • A technical running vest

Why support us:

Every day 27 people are diagnosed with leukaemia: that’s more than one every hour. At Leuka, we're a specialist cancer charity funding researchers who aim to translate their findings into new treatments as quickly as possible, so patients can live better, longer lives. Researchers like Dr Lisa Hopcroft at the University of Glasgow, who is working on a better understanding of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia genetics; work that could expose weaknesses in the cancer that could then be targeted by new treatments.

Are you ready to help make a real difference in the fight against leukaemia? Fill in the form below and join #TeamLeuka today!

Find out more about the London Landmarks Half Marathon here (link).

Register now