2022 Virtual London Marathon

Guaranteed places in the 2022 Virtual London Marathon. Help us support those affected by a leukaemia diagnosis.

Location: In your local area

Challenge Level:

Distance: 26.2 miles

Booking Fee: £35 + transaction fee

Fundraising Goal: £100 or £150 to receive an LC vest

When: 2 October 2022

Join #TeamLC and run the 2022 Virtual London Marathon!

After the success of the 2021 Virtual London marathon, comes the 2022 Virtual London Marathon. Take on this challenge within your local area. You have 24 hours to complete the event, so you could walk, jog, run and stop for a bite to eat.

Our guaranteed charity places

To secure one of our charity places in this virtual event, you’ll need to pay a non-refundable, non-transferable registration fee of £35 (plus booking fee) and raise at least £100 for Leukaemia Care. The money you raise doing this event will help us to continue to support all those who have been affected by a leukaemia diagnosis.

By taking part you will receive an official London Marathon medal and finisher t-shirt and you will need to track your participation using the official London Marathon app.

Registration fee: £35 + booking fee

Minimum sponsorship: £100 or £150 to receive an LC vest*

Distance: 26.2 miles in 24 hours. You can choose how you want to do it – Walk or run? Split the distance into three 14k runs? You decide!

Sign up here

For more information on this event please email events@leukaemiacare.org.uk.

Please ensure you read the event terms and conditions before signing up.

*Fundraising goal must be reached by Friday 2nd September in order to receive your official LC vest.

**Please follow any local lockdown rules in your area when completing this challenge.

Fancy a shot at the 2022 Virgin Money London Marathon and not the virtual event? Click here for more information on the booking fee, fundraising goal, and how to get signed up. 

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