Whether you like to run, jog or walk, the London 10,000 is one of the best ways to (re)discover beautiful central London. Starting and finishing at St. James’s Park, this road race takes you past iconic landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace. Founded in 2008, it has become one of the most popular road races around with over 12,000 people crossing the finish line in 2016.
Registrations will open in January.
Pictures from the Vitality London 10,000
Whether you like to run, jog or walk, the London 10,000 is one of the best ways to (re)discover beautiful central London.
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Itinerary and Additional Information
The itinerary for the London 10,000 2017 has not been made public yet. We will share it as soon as possible.
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