Sun 6 Apr 2025 Brighton, East Sussex, UK

Brighton Marathon Weekend | BM10K

An exciting 10K on a flat and fast course perfect for all abilities, as part of the atmospheric Brighton Marathon Weekend complete with Beach Village.

  • Sun 6 Apr 2025
Preston Park, Brighton > Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton




Age 15 & over

  • 10 km road running


Whether you’re taking part in the Brighton Marathon, BM10K or Brighton Miles, this is an exciting weekend for you, your friends and your family.

Enjoy an atmosphere like no other in this bustling, vibrant and colourful city, which welcomes thousands of spectators and the local community each year.

Make a weekend of it, stay in one of the fantastic hotels, shop, eat, drink, participate and then celebrate together in the unique Beach Village at the Finish of the marathon and 10K on Hove Lawns.


  • Popular seaside marathon

    Enjoy sun, sea, scenery and socialising in Britain's 'hippest' city.

  • Festival weekend

    Running events and activities for all ages and abilities with thrilling crowd support.

  • New city to coast route

    Now featuring heaps of spectator whoops and applause in the later marathon miles when the going gets tough.

  • London Marathon takeover

    Think big in Brighton with a quality experience for your next major city run.

This is an event for everyone, with something for all ages and abilities. Come and be a part of it. 

This event is part of Brighton Marathon Weekend.

Event video

  • Event expo
  • Event village
  • Families
  • Fancy dress
  • Free venue entry
  • Newcomers
  • Spectators
  • Teams
  • Traders at event
  • Wheelchair users


2025 times to be confirmed.

  • 10:00-14:30 | Brighton Miles


  • 09:00 | BM10K
  • 09:45 | Brighton Marathon


The Brighton Marathon Weekend Expo is an exciting show and features:

  • Shopping from a range of brands and retailers
  • Big screens showing interviews, footage and information
  • Finish line viewing area for the marathon and 10K events
  • Fantastic food and drink
  • Charity Village
  • Sampling and experiential activity

  • Bag storage
  • Bar
  • Cafe
  • Coast
  • Entertainment
  • Music
  • Paid parking
  • Park
  • Toilets
  • Urban

Event HQ

Preston Park
Preston Road
East Sussex

  • Cut off time
  • Distance markers
  • Entertainment
  • First aid
  • Flat
  • Marshals
  • Out and back
  • Point to point
  • Traffic free
  • Water stations
  • Wave start


The BM10K begins at Hove Lawns, goes east along the coast, passing by the West Pier, i360, Palace Pier and the Pavilion to Black Rock on Marine Parade and then turns back towards the city and into Hove before the Finish at Hove Lawns.




  • Public transport links
  • Trees not tees

  • Chip timing
  • Event app
  • Goody bag
  • Medal
  • Technical t-shirt


  • Chip timing
  • Inclusion on the mobile app
  • Technical t-shirt
  • Medal
  • Goody bag
  • Individual runner number
  • Race pack including kit bag
  • Baggage storage
  • Water stations
  • Cheer points, bands and music on course
  • Fuel at the finish
  • Access to the Beach Village with Expo, shopping, food, drink and entertainment

  • Age 15 & over
  • Entries not yet open
  • Charity entries not yet open
  • Charity places
  • Collect race pack
  • Enter online

The race itself was fantastic... Support and marshalls around the course were amazing, a very local feel. The finish of the race is along the promenade and with the weather being nice it made it that little bit more special. I really enjoyed this race and would return to it in the future. Ryan B

Race itself was amazing. Course is a little hilly for the first 10 miles but nothing to be scared of. No steep hills at all. Scenery is breathtaking. I love Brighton. Aid stations are extremely well marshalled and are frequent... What is outstanding about the event is the support. There are so many people to cheer you on. Even in the furthest parts of the course when you need the extra boost the most. I can’t thank enough the residents of Brighton and all that came to support the runners. You can feel that the city is excited for the event. Michael P

Good marathon, a few hills early on the course, but the scenery is beautiful. It was wonderful to run along the coast. Great local support as well with families giving out sweets and oranges. Andrew W

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