Can I still apply for London Marathon 2022? Sunday 2 October 2022

Applications for the London Marathon are now closed, but you can still register to run with us if you already have your own place! If you applied with us earlier this year, we’ll be in touch in the coming months to let you know if your application was successful.

Why is the London Marathon 2022 in October? 2022 TCS London Marathon to take place on Sunday 2 October

Hugh Brasher, Event Director of London Marathon Events, said: “We are living in a hugely uncertain world – a world where different approaches to managing Covid-19 are being explored and executed.

How do you qualify for London Marathon 2022? You need to have run on a certified course. Or for 2022, you can enter with a virtual 2021 Virgin Money London Marathon time, but if you are using your virtual marathon result, you’ll also need to submit evidence of an ‘in-person’ half marathon time that meets the qualifying time displayed in the table above.

Is there a London Marathon in April 2022? The London Landmark Half Marathon: 3rd April 2022.

Can I still apply for London Marathon 2022? – Additional Questions

What are the dates of the London Marathon 2022?

Sunday, October 2, 2022
2022 London Marathon / Date

How long do you need to train for a marathon?

Most marathon training plans range from 12 to 20 weeks. Beginning marathoners should aim to build their weekly mileage up to 50 miles over the four months leading up to race day. Three-to-five runs per week is sufficient. The vast majority of these runs should be done at a relaxed pace.

Will London Marathon go back to April?

The London Marathon will remain a spring event in the long term, its event director has pledged. Organisers announced last month that the 2022 marathon had been moved to October in order to provide runners and charities certainty about when the event would happen. It is due to return to its usual April slot from 2023.

Why is the London Marathon in October instead of April?

Organisers said moving the race to October gives them “the best chances of welcoming the world to the streets of London” and “enabling tens of millions to be raised for good causes”. The 2022 London Marathon will take place in October instead of April for the third successive year.

Where does the London Marathon start 2022?

Sun, 2 Oct 2022

The course begins starts in leafy Blackheath, heads east through Charlton and Woolwich for three miles, turns west and passes the Cutty Sark in Greenwich after six to seven miles. It crosses the River Thames at Tower Bridge and then loops around London, right past the Shard.

What is the entry fee for the London Marathon?

The 2022 TCS London Marathon International Ballot closed at 21:00 on Friday 8 October 2021. If you’re successful in the international ballot, you’ll be required to pay the entry fee of £125 to secure your place in the 2022 TCS London Marathon.

What are the odds of getting a London Marathon ballot place?

That means just 3.71% are lucky enough to grab a place via the ballot with only 17,000 spaces up for grabs. The results for the 2022 ballot will be announced announced on Monday 14th March.

Can you walk the London Marathon?

The walk should take approximately 8-9 hours for fit and strong walkers; others should allow longer. It may take some walkers up to 12 hours. This is not a competitive event! You can go at your own pace, but if we are concerned about you being able to finish the distance safely, we will recommend you stop early.

What is good for age London Marathon?

The qualifying period for the 2023 TCS London Marathon began on 4 October 2021 and will end at 23:59 on 2 October 2022.

Using a qualifying time from the virtual 2022 event.

Age Men Women
18-39 sub 01:23:37 sub 01:44:23
40-44 sub 01:26:00 sub 01:46:47
45-49 sub 01:28:09 sub 01:48:13
50-54 sub 01:30:32 sub 01:51:34

Can I run a 3 hour marathon?

In order to run a sub 3 hour marathon, a minimum pace of 6 minutes 50 seconds per mile is needed – or 4 minutes 15 seconds per kilometer – this would give you a predicted finish time of 2:59.10.

What mile pace is a 3 hour marathon?

A 3:00 marathon is approximately 6:50 per mile. To break 3:00, you should eventually be capable of a sub-1:25 half-marathon (6:30 per mile) and sub-38:00 10K (6:00 per mile) Right now, you should be running at least 35-40 miles per week, over six or seven sessions.

What time do you need to qualify for London Marathon?

Championship Entry

The half-marathon qualifying times are one hour and 12 minutes for men and one hour and 28 minutes for women. The Championship qualification period for the 2022 London Marathon opened on January 1 2021 and will close on December 31 2021.

What happens if I don’t raise enough money for London Marathon?

What happens if you don’t raise enough money for the London Marathon? If you don’t manage to raise the minimum amount of money required by the charity for the London Marathon then you will be liable to make up the remaining funds for you to run.

Is the London Marathon flat?

Fortunately, most of the big city marathons are designed to be as close to pancake-flat as possible to attract PB-seekers – and the London Marathon is no different. In fact, the most notable changes in elevation on the course run downhill.

How does ballot entry for London Marathon work?

To enter the race, marathon hopefuls submit an online ballot and a registration fee, which is only charged if they win a spot at the start. Once organizers receive 125,000 applications, they cut off registration. The ballot often closes in 24 hours or less, and winners are chosen randomly.

Can you give your London Marathon place to someone else?

Places in the TCS London Marathon are not transferable under any circumstances. Anyone attempting to run using another person’s entry will be disqualified and banned for life from the London Marathon and all other events organised by London Marathon Events Ltd.

How many times can you defer London Marathon?

“The London Marathon has one of the most generous deferral policies of any marathon in the world,” Hugh Brasher, Event Director of London Marathon Events, said in a statement. “Everyone with a general entry is able to defer their place for one year and we are very supportive to pregnant women