London’s most scenic half marathon returns this weekend and 13,000 runners are set to take to the capital’s streets.

The London Landmarks takes in some of the city’s most famous landmarks including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and the London Eye.

The race, organised by baby charity Tommy’s, is only in its second year but it’s already racking up the awards: last month its intricate medal was voted Medal of the Year by Running Bible and the race has just been shortlisted in this year’s BT Sport Industry Awards.

Prepare for a party: 50,000 spectators are set to line London’s streets during the race and there’ll be 180 cheer stations featuring choirs, bands, dance acts and DJs. Whether you’re running the race or coming along to support, here is your ultimate guide to the day.

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