London Landmarks Half Marathon
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Launch into spring with this hugely popular London half marathon. The course will have you flying by landmarks including St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London and Big Ben, to the tune of cheering supporters. Come for the music on the route and to see the city in a new light.
Sun, 3 Apr 2022
London, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Pall Mall, St. James's, London SW1, UK
Sun, 3 Apr 2022
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This is not your average half marathon. With cultural landmarks and heritage spots galore this will likely be one of the most scenic half marathons you ever run.
The race starts on Duncannon Street, finishes by Whitehall and has fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.
The half marathon will be run on closed flat roads and there is a definite chance for a PB.
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- Running Vest
- Half Marathon Training Pack & Advice
- Fundraising Pack
- Chip timed results
- Fundraising Materials
- Support from our team until the big day and beyond
- Finisher's medal
- Historical activations
- Musical performances
How to get there
Pall Mall, St. James's, London SW1, UKGet full directions
The Start Line will be on Pall Mall and the Finish Line will be on Whitehall.
Runners are advised to travel to the start line via public transport. Please leave plenty of extra time for your journey as there are over 14,000 runners who will all be travelling at a similar time.
The closest stations are Charing Cross, Piccadilly Circus, Green Park and Westminster.
Event day logistics
09:20 First start wave
10:40 Last start wave
14:40 Cut-off time
Runners will be set off in start waves, which will be communicated to entrants prior to race day. Waves will start at 9:20am and finish at 10:40am.
Race packs will be sent to all participants approximately 2 weeks before the event. There will not be anything to collect on the day.
Entrants must be 17 or older to take part in the event.
After 4 hours the roads will open again and runners will be asked to move to the pavement to complete the race, this means runners must be able to complete the distance within this time.
There will be pacers at the event across a variety of speeds.
You are welcome to take part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon in fancy dress. Please make sure that
How do I enter the London Landmarks Half?
There are approx 14,000 places in the LLHM. You can either enter the public ballot in June and if you're successful you’ll be notified by email, or you can get a place with a charity. The main ballot is very popular and is usually open for a week. There's also a second chance ballot, where the organiser can reallocate any unwanted places from the first ballot so it's worth keeping an eye on your email.
Can I wear headphones while I run at the London Landmarks Half?
Headphones and earphones are strongly discouraged, not just to help reduce accidents but there will be lots of on route entertainment that you won't want to miss.
Is the London Landmarks Half Marathon flat?
LLHM is very flat, and run along closed-roads. Expect lots of iconic sights along the route.
How old do I have to be to race in the London Landmarks Half Marathon?
You will have to be at least 17 years old on race day.
Will there be a bag drop at the London Landmarks Half Marathon?
Yes, there will be a bag drop, and more information will be available closer to event day.
My first race in 18 months. It was great to be back running and the central London location made it even more enjoyable. There was a fantastic atmosphere and I really enjoyed it.
4.0Did the race in 2021
First half marathon ever (race or otherwise) and honestly the hardest thing I've had to do! Didn't think I would even reach the start line with a knee injury, infection and a&e trip in the run up to the event, but in the end i made it to not only the start line, but also the finish! Had to walk km 12 to 15 but somehow made a massive comeback in the last 6km and finished with a decent time all things considering. FInished the race promising I would never do another, but here I am thinking about my next race... (post knee injury recovery ofc)
4.7Did the race in 2021
Well-organised race, with great atmosphere, support and entertainment all along the route, which (as the name implies!) goes past Londons key landmarks ... not that I had time to admire them as I puffed and painted past! Starts in Pall Mall and finishes by Downing Street. Did this, as a Londoner, as my first ever half-marathon. All in all, very pleased with it.
5.0Did the race in 2019
I thought the event was well organised in advance and on the day. Although, I am not sure what happened with start times/starting in the right wave as this seemed very prescriptive pre-event but didn't seem to be put into practice on the day. The course was generally good although the section in the middle around St. Pauls/The City did double back a huge amount which made the run seem long and repetitive in that section - it would be good to spread the route out a bit further - perhaps over to London Bridge and The Shard etc. All in all though - great event, great atmosphere and great volunteers and supporters.
4.7Did the race in 2019
The atmosphere around the route was fantastic with loads of music all along the route, lots of charity cheer stations and lots of spectators. The starting area was slightly confusing, I thought I has missed my wave and then ended up in an earlier wave so timings and directions could have been a bit clearer but the rest of the race, bag drop and finish was well organised.
4.3Did the race in 2019
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