TCS Virtual London Marathon
Be part of the world’s biggest marathon on Sunday 2 October!
Please read before registering!
We have a limited number of places available in the Virtual London Marathon which is back for a 3rd year! This is a chance to do the London Marathon your way.
If you are interested to run for Talitha we would be eternally grateful! All you need to do is express your commitment by completing the form to the right. We will allocate the places on a first-come-first-served basis, and those who sign up in time will then be asked to complete the registration fee. It's as simple as that!
The registration fee is £28 and this includes the coveted finisher’s medal and souvenir New Balance T-shirt. We ask that you raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship.
Do you have your own marathon place?
If you have already received a place in the TCS London Marathon Ballot, congratulations! We'd love to have you join Team Talitha and run to support a good cause.
We will be there to support you every step of the way up until race day, and then cheer you around the course on the day.
Our team are here to support all of our runners in the lead up to the Marathon. We can equip you with our Media Kit and Fundraising Toolkit - full of great ideas and resources to ensure you meet your fundraising target*.
*There is no minimum fundraising target for runners who have their own Ballot place - any support is gratefully welcomed!
Taking Part in the Marathon
For those who don’t know, the London Marathon is an annual race that starts off in Blackheath in Greenwich and ends 26.2 miles later at Buckingham Palace. Around 38,000 people take part, raising money for their favourite causes. The course passes many of London’s famous landmarks.
Can you do a marathon without any training? We don’t recommend it. We can help you prepare for the marathon by sharing training plans and apps with you - but please only sign up if you are confident that your fitness level and personal health will enable you to take part safely.
You are free to complete the marathon at walking pace, in fact many people do it this way! It is a good option for those who have mobility issues to take part. The good news is the course is flat! If you have a disability or require support, please do get in touch directly to discuss.