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The 2022 London Marathon ballot is open
It’s time to register for your chance to run the 2022 TCS London Marathon.
After more than 35,000 people crossed the finish line of the 2021 race on Sunday, including a number of amazing Brain Tumour Research supporters, the ballot for the 2022 London Marathon is now open.
Enter here to be in with the chance of taking on this iconic race on Sunday 2nd October 2022. The ballot close at 9pm on Friday 8th October and results will be announced in February.
Amongst the Fighting Force heroes who ran this year were Lee and Surrell Perry. They raised more than £8,000 for Brain Tumour Research in memory of Lee’s brother, Graham, who died from the disease in 1999, aged 45.
Lee said: “Running the London Marathon was wonderful; one of the best days of our lives. We absolutely loved it. The weather was perfect, the crowds amazing and the support was excellent.”
Run for Brain Tumour Research and we’ll support you every step of the way. As well as advice to help you hit your fundraising and running goals, you’ll receive: a Brain Tumour Research running vest and t-shirt; a bumper fundraising pack; help in setting up your fundraising page; and a VIP invitation to our post-race reception.
We also have a limited number of charity places available so you can double your chances of crossing that famous finish line. Please click here to find out more and get in touch to let us know why you’d like to run for Brain Tumour Research.
Good luck in the ballot! We hope you’ll secure your place and run for research to help find a cure for brain tumours.
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