The 2022 TCS London Marathon took place on Sunday 2nd October. More than 40,000 runners tackled the iconic Greenwich to Westminster route, with many thousands more completing virtual marathons on the same day.
Millions of pounds have been raised for charities as a result - at a time when funds have never been more needed.
More than 200 runners were participating on behalf of Brain Research UK - we are incredibly proud of your achievement and so grateful for your incredible fundraising efforts!
Massive thank you to Brain Research UK for giving me moments that will be cherished forever:) Ella
Thank you Brain Research for one of the best days of our lives. We got the sub 5 we were after and had an absolute blast in doing so. We’ve raised a massive chunk of money and are so proud of ourselves and the other runners too! Nicci
Not only are runners juggling training with the demands of their everyday lives, but they have also been working hard to fundraise! As soon as we know the total amount raised for London Marathon 2022 we will publish it here.
The 2023 London Marathon will once again be returning to take place on 23rd April. The public ballot is currently open and will be closing on Friday 7 October. You can also apply for a charity place with Brain Research UK and join Team #BrainResearch.
As part of Team #BrainResearch, you will benefit from being part of an amazing and supportive community, sharing training and fundraising tips, supporting each other through the pain and the doubt, and celebrating the training milestones that are passed week by week. Most of all, you will be raising funds for vital research, to help those affected by neurological conditions. Find out how to apply.