Vitality London 10,000 2020
- Green park, London
The Vitality London 10,000 organisers have confirmed that the event will no longer take place on May 25 and will be postponed until the Autumn.
They are currently working with their partners to organise a suitable date.
If you are running for us, we want to reassure you that you still have a place. You can either take part in the rescheduled event in the autumn – we will confirm this date as soon as we are made aware. If you can’t make the new date, we can either defer your place to 2021, give you a full refund or a place in another event.
You can read more from the organisers here.
We know you may have some concerns. If you have any questions about your charity place or participating in the rescheduled event, please contact us at email@example.com and our team will be happy to help.
Thank you for choosing to run for us – you are superstars.
Stay safe – we hope to see you soon.
Did you know 2020 is an Olympic year? So why not follow in the footsteps of past Olympians and sign up for the Vitality London 10,000?
Vitality is a 10km run through the capital, made famous by the London 2012 Olympics. Perfect for both new runners and seasoned pros alike, and it features a spectacular route, starting at The Mall and finishing in front of Buckingham Palace.
You can either go it alone or grab friends, family members or colleagues and take it on as a team.
Register for a charity place with us or, if you've got your own place, join our team. All our runners receive a fantastic support package, which includes:
- A comprehensive fundraising pack.
- Information on nutrition and training.
- A free dry-fit running vest with iron-on letters.
- A dedicated events team to help you every step of the way.
The money you raise helps fund life-saving equipment, life-changing research and better facilities – above and beyond what the NHS can provide – making a difference to thousands of lives.
Join #TeamGSTT, register below and be part of this fantastic event while raising money for Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals or Guy's Cancer.Register here