A 10K on the Olympic marathon route giving you the glory of a Buckingham Palace finale on The Mall at a shorter distance. Sign up with #teamICR to receive a running vest, training advice and dedicated fundraising support.
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England’s capital city plays host to a wide variety of distances and events, including the popular London 10,000 - the perfect event to see London's famous landmarks and raise money for a good cause.
Runners follow a clockwise route around the City of Westminster and the City of London, passing many of London’s famous sights including; Admiralty Arch, Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House, Bank of England, Leadenhall Market, The Monument, Millennium Bridge, Tate Gallery, Cleopatra’s Needle, the London Eye, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
Whether it's your first 10K or your thirtieth, London 10,000 is guaranteed to put a smile on your face as you turn the final corner to finish in front of Buckingham Palace to the sound of thousand's cheering you on.
Both spectators and runners can enjoy the Vitality Wellness Festival, taking place in Green Park, 26-27 May. It will feature a variety of family-friendly activities, coaching and a food court.
"I’m 74 and I’ve run the 10000 for the past three years. A fab event for all." - Ivan Mostyn-Scott
"The route, the organisation, music, support along the way, the great atmosphere and the medal, of course" - Patsy Collis
Many runners choose to support a favourite charity when they run the London 10,000 and running with thousands of like-minded entrants is a great way to keep your motivation high as the camaraderie and group support will help see you over the finish line.
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