The ballot for the 2020 London Landmarks Half Marathon opens on Tuesday 18 June at midday. Despite only being the third edition of the race, more than 65,000 runners have already registered their interest to run in the event.
When will the ballot for the 2020 London Landmarks Half Marathon open?
The ballot opens at midday on Tuesday 18 June 2019.
When will the ballot close?
The event capacity for next year’s race has risen to 14,000, which will be made up of public and charity places. The ballot will be open for one week, until midday on Tuesday 25 June 2019.
When will I hear whether or not I’ve been successful in the ballot?
Runners will be told whether or not they’ve made it into the ballot for the 2020 London Landmarks Half Marathon on Thursday 27 June.
What if I don’t get it on the ballot?
Runners who do get in on the ballot will have until noon on Thursday 4 July to accept their place and pay their entry fee. All runners who are unsuccessful in the main ballot will automatically be entered into the second chance ballot, which will be announced on Friday 5 July. Runners who are successful in the second chance ballot will have until noon on Thursday 11 July to complete their registration and pay for their place.
After this, there will also be a number of charity places available for runners who are unsuccessful in the ballot. The race is organised by baby charity Tommy’s and since the launch of the event two years ago, the race has made £12 million for good causes.