Run past London’s world-famous landmarks by participating in these London half marathons.
Organised by the London Marathon team, the Big Half Marathon is a 1-day running festival for athletes of all abilities. The 13.1-mile route begins at Tower Bridge, and winds through Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Lewisham before finishing at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich.
The Hackney Half Marathon route starts at the running village, where a lively festival atmosphere gets runners in the mood and keeps supporters entertained with lots of food, drinks, kids workshops and fitness merchandise. Pace yourself on the flat route through East London, past cool street art and Hackney Empire. You run along Broadway Market and London Fields before weaving back to Hackney Marshes and cross the finish line to big cheers.
Run through four of London’s Royal Parks for a magical half marathon and eco-friendly race, raising money to maintain the parks and for many fantastic charities. The Royal Parks Half route takes you past London’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads and through Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens. You can guarantee entry if you take one of the royal Park’s half marathon charity places.