LLHM 2020 Questions
LLHM 2019 Questions
We are happy to announce that LLHM 2020 will be on 29th March 2020
All public places have now been sold. You can still participate as a charity entrant though. Information about charity places can be found here.
The ballot results were announced on Thursday 27th of June and all entrants received an email confirming their outcome.
All ballot entrants who were unsuccessful in the first chance ballot were automatically entered into the second chance ballot for free. This allowed us to re-allocate any unwanted first chance ballot places to others. The results were announced on the 5th of July and all entrants received an email confirming their outcome.
The cost of a ballot place is £55 plus booking fee.
All runners will get an LLHM race pack which includes a technical running t-shirt and a high quality drawstring bag. Each runner will also be given an exclusive LLHM finishers medal and sweatband after the race. The profits from the LLHM go to baby charity, Tommy's who organise the race. Tommy's exist to save babies' lives through funding research into miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.
If you can no longer take part you can request a refund for the cost of your place and Itab (if applicible) within 14 days of the online confirmation only. Your booking fee will not be refunded
You will have to be at least 17 years old on race day.
No, places cannot be transferred or deferred.
LLHM is individual entry only but please do encourage your friends to sign up too.
Congratulations on completing LLHM 2019. Your results can be found here.
If you believe that your time is incorrect, please contact our race organisers through the following address: [email protected]
We want to reassure you that the course was officially measured at 13.1 miles (21097.5m) by Course Measurer Hugh Jones whose other events include the 2012 Olympic and London Marathon courses.
The inaccuracy of a GPS measurement could be down to a couple of factors. You may not have followed 'the racing line' which is how the route is measured to the exact distance. The LLHM route contained many twists and turns so if you went the long way around corners this will have added extra distance. In addition, GPS units do not always measure accurately even under quite good conditions but with a twisty turny course like the LLHM with some sections of the route having a very narrow sector of sky from which to pick up satellite signals, this is greatly exacerbated. We have absolute confidence that the distance of the LLHM route was accurately measured.
We have compiled all of the race day photos in one place. You can view them here.
Congratulations! Please can you contact [email protected] for further instructions, so we can get your prize sent to you ASAP.
Yes you can purchase iTABs after the race. Please submit your order here.
Yes! Please feel free to browse our wonderful London Landmarks merchandise here.
If you have misplaced something on event day, please contact our support team at: [email protected]