Information for people who are planning to come and watch the 2017 Vitality London 10,000 on Monday 29 May will be available here in due course.
Please see below for spectator information relating to the 2016 race.
The Vitality London 10,000 course is ideal for spectators. Runners run along the Strand twice, at 1km and then again at 8km, making this a great place to watch the action.
The course passes many of London’s famous sights including Admiralty Arch, Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House, the Bank of England, the Old Bailey, Somerset House, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
Download a map of the 2016 course below, or check out the history of the course.
As with runners, we do not recommend driving; many roads will be closed from 08:00 due to the event, and parking in the area will be difficult.
Full details of road closures related to the 2017 event will be available closer to Race Day.
A number of Tube stations offer excellent access to different sections of the course. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for up-to-date information on engineering works and to plan your journey accordingly.
Meet and Greet
The Meet and Greet area is located within Green Park and is where runners will retrieve any baggage they handed in at the assembly area before the start of the race. This is the recommended place to meet any friends or relatives who ran the Vitality London 10,000.
A-Z signs demarcate the area, so remember to agree a letter in advance where you intend to meet.
Vitality Wellness Weekend
London's Green Park plays host to the Vitality Wellness Weekend, which features something for everyone, with lots of child and adult-friendly activities, brilliant giveaways and practical tips on how to stay fit and healthy.
For a taste of the excitement that was on offer in 2016, please view a map of Green Park over event weekend below.
During the Vitality Westminster Mile the park became a series of themed zones which featured a 30m athletics track, a range of demonstration pods - including a football freestyler and parkour specialists running, jumping and climbing in an urban set-up - a tag-playing area, a giant play parachute, an inflatable bungee run and much more.
For the adults, there were free high-energy Zumba classes as well as relaxing yoga and Pilates sessions.
There was also a live radio area, where the resident DJ kept everyone up to date with the Vitality Westminster Mile and London 10,000 and intereviewed special guests from the events, as well as spinning a few tunes to keep the party atmosphere going.
A range of delicious hot and cold food bars in the Vitality picnic area, including lots of tasty healthy options, were also available.