The London marathon date is back and will be run in Spring on Sunday, 23 April 2023, changing from the October autumn date in 2019. The iconic event is set to attract big athletic personalities in both the men's and women's full-marathon categories.
The London Marathon is only four months away, and more than 90,000 participants are expected to participate in the annual event. It's time to make race preparations and training to ensure that you are fit before the race day.
Amos Kipruto is aiming to beat the London Marathon course record set by fellow Kenyan compatriot and world record holder Eliud Kipchoge who ran the distance in 2:02:37.
Championship Application for the TCS London Marathon 2023
Summary of qualifications
· Your qualifying time should be run on a course approved by the Association for International Marathons Distance and Races—AIMS.
· Be a registered member of your national governing body. (Athletics Kenya, Scotland Athletics, England Athletics, Welsh Athletics, etc.). Kindly confirm your registration with your national governing body to avoid last-minute rush and inconvenience.
· The London marathon 2023 championship qualifying times should be current and run on a certified course between 1 January 2022 and 31 December 2022.
Virtual Running the London Marathon 2023
The London Marathon 2023 is expected to attract huge crowds and involve virtual participants. As the 50,000 men and women run the course physically, another 40,000 will participate virtually from wherever they are in the world.
How the Virtual Race Works
Other Event Information
Race cut-off time
The London marathon ballot 2023 is already closed.