Experience the roaring crowds, fantastic atmosphere and seafront finish before celebrating in the Event Village. Receive a running vest, fundraising support and post-race reception with refreshments & massage.
The Brighton Marathon gets bigger and better every year! The stunning marathon route takes you through the vibrant city streets with a backdrop of roaring support, to a spectacular seaside finish on the Brighton front.
The Brighton Marathon will start at 09:45 in Preston Park. You will need to arrive at least one hour early to allow ample time for warming up, finding the baggage trucks and using the toilet facilities before the race begins.
Expect a fast marathon route that takes you around the sights of the city while providing great vantage points for friends and family.
Please click here to view the Brighton Marathon route map.
The marathon is just one part of the Brighton Marathon Weekend, an event that also encompasses The Mini Mile Races, the Brighton 10K and the Brighton Marathon Exhibition.
The Event Village, situated on the beach beside Madeira Drive, is a hub with plenty of beach based wow-factor over the three day event. A destination in its own right, the Village is the perfect place to support the amazing runners and really soak up the events' atmosphere.
Download the mobile app to access an interactive route map for tracking runners on the Brighton Marathon course. You'll also find spectator information, results, FAQ's and more. Collect your race pack from the Event Village to activate your runner number and begin tracking.
"My first marathon and I'm hooked! Organisation was impressive. People of Brighton were incredibly supportive and friendly."
"Loved every minute - really well organised and supported."
Be a #BrightonHero by running for a charity close to your heart and make your marathon count. Don't forget to use the hashtag when sharing your race-day photos!
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