Runners With Disabilities

The Vitality London 10,000 is an inclusive mass participation event which aims to cater for runners of all abilities, including those with disabilities.

Please read the information below to find out more about who can take part, how to enter, and what to do if you have a disability and have any questions or concerns about participating in the event.

Who can take part?

  • Day chair athletes, those who can self-propel
  • Visually impaired runners
  • Hearing impaired runners
  • Any person with a mobility impairment who can run

Visually impaired runners who need the assistance of a guide should contact disability@londonmarathonevents.co.uk

The following are not currently permitted in The Vitality London 10,000:

  • Handcycles
  • Walking frames
  • Electric wheelchairs

People who are unable to self-propel themselves around the course – for example, those who need to be pushed in a race buggy – are not permitted to take part.

Medical conditions

If you have a medical condition and have any concerns about taking part in the Vitality London 10,000 please contact disability@londonmarathonevents.co.uk

Elite races and racing in a chair

Entry into the elite race at the Vitality London 10,000 is by invitation only. If you use a racing chair and believe you can finish the event inside 40 minutes, please contact disability@londonmarathonevents.co.uk