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TCS London Marathon 2022

If you only ever run one marathon, this is the one! We’d love to welcome you to our London Marathon team in October 2022.

Sorry! Our applications for a charity places in 2022 are now closed! 

If you’ve already applied – thank you!. 

We’re reviewing all applications at the moment. Due to the impact of COVID-19, we’re awaiting our place allocation from the organisers. But all applications received will be seen by our panel and contacted with a decision as soon as we can. We’ll be in touch to confirm the outcome of your application by end of January 2022. Read our place terms and conditions.

If we’re unable to offer you a place this year, please let us know if you’d like to know when our places for the TCS London Marathon 2023 will be open – this will be taking place in April 2023.

Essential info for Gold Bond places

Application deadline: Midnight on 31 October 2021

Notified of outcome: January 2022

Registration fee: £50 (if successful)

Minimum sponsorship: £2,700

Read our FAQs

Got your own place?

We’d love you to run for us, so let us know to get your free Charity running vest and and we’ll support you every step of the way!

Event details

When: Sunday 2 October 2022

Notified of outcome: end of Januray 2022

Registration fee: £50

Sponsorship: £2,700

Read full terms and conditions

This event is organised by London Marathon Events Ltd

Supporting you

As part of The Brain Tumour Charity team, we’ll be here for you every step of the way!

You’ll receive:

  • a technical running vest
  • a fundraising pack full of ideas and materials
  • physical training support from team coach and team psychologist (we know it’s more than just putting one foot in front of the other!)
  • an invite to join our Strava Club
  • access to our London Marathon Facebook group
  • a Runner’s reception on the day, for you and your family
  • cheer points on the route

The difference you’ll make

By running for us, you’ll help us continue to drive progress towards a world where brain tumours are defeated.