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Virgin Money London Marathon

NEW DATE - Sunday 2nd October 2022

Distance: 26.2 miles
Registration Fee: £100
Fundraising Target: £1800

Join #TeamSpinal to run the most iconic marathon in the world. Take on the Virgin London Marathon to see London at it's best, on a closed road route.

How to get involved

Please register to secure your place in the Virgin Money London Marathon and experience a unique challenge. Once registered we'll be in touch to fully confirm your place. For more information, either email the Events Team or call 020 7653 8938.

Wheelchair entries: Please email us details of your injury and level of fitness as there is a different process for these entries.

Have your own place?
If you are lucky enough to secure a public entry, email the Events Team for your running vest/t-shirt and supporter pack. There is no fundraising target with your own running place, we just ask that you raise as much as you can! 

All sponsorship will help us develop treatments to restore feeling and mobility for people paralysed as a result of a spinal cord injury.

What can you expect from us?

Everyone in our team will receive a full support package including:

  • 1-to-1 personalised fundraising support
  • Access to an exclusive training Hub (provided by GH Training)
  • Team e-newsletters
  • A personalised Spinal Research running vest or t-shirt
  • Event day support and cheer kits for runners, friends and families
  • Post-Race reception with massage Photographer

Not to mention heaps of encouragement, help and advice Training support We are pleased to be supported by GH Training, a service designed to help you train for the marathon. Run by personal trainer Graeme Hilditch (author of our training guides), GH Training can help you achieve your marathon goals.

Marathon runner

I loved the race and your supporters giving me encouragement. I'm so glad that I did it!

Sally, London Marathon 2015 participant who returned for the 2017 race