Quick! London Landmarks Half Marathon release additional race places - Women's Running

Quick! London Landmarks Half Marathon release additional race places

Author: Kate Sellers

Read Time:   |  June 23, 2021

The London Landmarks Half Marathon is set to be one of the first real-life running events to take place in London after 19th July, but with spaces already sold out, we thought we’d have to wait until next year to enjoy the view of the capital.

Luckily, organisers have just announced that they’ll be releasing some additional race places at 2:30pm today (Wednesday 23rd June) on a first come, first served basis.

This year’s race is a super special one; the route has been re-themed to celebrate the landmark moments of how we came together as a nation during the Covid-19 pandemic. Runners can expect a Clap for Carers Bridge, a Rainbow Road and a very special Memory Mile, as well as taking in London’s most iconic landmarks on the route including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.

And as always, the LLHM is a 100% not for profit event, which is organised by Tommy’s to benefit themselves and many other good causes.

“We’re delighted to be able of offer this final opportunity for runners to join our unique event,” says race director Lia Fyles. “These places are resale of places from the original ballot runners who were unable to make the new race date (1st August, in case you missed it!). The LLHM ballot is always over-subscribed so this is a one-off, golden opportunity to be part of what promises to be a very special day.”

Places in this year’s summer spectacular will go on sale on Wednesday 23 June at 14.30 and will cost £57.50 with all profits going to baby charity Tommy’s, organisers of the LLHM. Secure your place by clicking here.

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Kate Sellers

Kate Sellers

Kate is our Senior Digital Executive and a keen runner. She's also a qualified Personal Trainer and yoga teacher, so she knows her stuff about workouts, cross-training and stretching. She loves to combine running and exploring, so you'll often find her testing out the latest kit in exciting locations across the UK and beyond. Kate champions exercising for enjoyment. "Most of the year, you'll find me running for fun and wellbeing," she says. "That being said, I do still love the thrill of training for a race from time to time!"

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