Join our 10K challenge and run for your head and your heart
Although it’s not possible to stage the postponed Vitality London 10,000 in its usual format this year, you still have the chance to take part in the event.
We’re inviting you to run your 10K from home or wherever you are during the autumn half-term period (Saturday 24 October to Sunday 1 November 2020) and join up to 20,000 runners across the UK in the first-ever virtual Vitality London 10,000.
It’s time to Celebrate You and run for your head and your heart. It’s a great way to set yourself a challenge, have some fun and get active while enjoying the physical and mental health benefits of running, which have helped so many of us through lockdown.
We’ll be supporting you every step of the way to help you achieve your goals, including sharing training advice, tips and news, and we’ll send you your running number in advance so you can wear it on the day you complete your 10K.
All you need to do is run – or walk, or jog – your 10K on the route and day of your choice and upload your time, then we’ll do the rest.
Entries cost £15. Finishers will be sent a Vitality London 10,000 finisher’s medal and an exclusive New Balance performance T-shirt.
Entries close at 17:00 on Friday 23 October 2020.
Please note: Everyone who had entered the event prior to 25 March (when the event was postponed) has been offered the opportunity to take part in the virtual event, defer their entry to 2021 or to receive a full refund. If you have not received the email, please check your junk folders before contacting our helpdesk.
10 Weeks to 10K Training Plan
10 Weeks to 10K is our accessible, step-by-step training plan designed to support all runners new to the 10K distance. This training plan assists new runners to commit to training for a 10K in 10 weeks by signing up for the virtual Vitality London 10,000.
About the Vitality London 10,000
The Vitality London 10,000 is London's most inspiring 10K race and features a spectacular route in the heart of the capital, starting on The Mall and finishing in front of Buckingham Palace.