If you love a challenge and want to make a difference then join #TeamLOL and take part in a running event to help us disrupt cancer. From 5k’s to marathons and mud runs we’ve got you covered.
We need your support to help us to keep doing what we do best – disrupting lymphoma! In three easy steps, you’ll be joining the ranks of some pretty awesome people who are helping us to save young lives!
Check out our latest events below.
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Bath Half Marathon
March 13, 2022
The ‘Bath Half’ is one of the most popular city runs in the UK. The 13.1-mile traffic-free route threads through the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath and along both sides of the River Avon.
April 10, 2022
Brighton is home to the second largest marathon in the UK. Take on this 26.2-mile route around the vibrant city of Brighton. Take in the sea views, soak up the amazing atmosphere and enjoy a hero’s finish at the beach!
With spectacular sea views and an electric atmosphere, Brighton Marathon is one of the UK’s favourites marathon
Hackney Half Marathon
May 16, 2022
The Hackney Half Marathon is one of the country’s most popular runs, the flat 13.1 mile route is great for beginners looking for a gentle first half, or great for experienced runners to set a PB! Run the route that winds through the best that East London has to offer, supported by live bands and entertainment. This isn’t just a race – it’s a full-on festival.
The Hackney Half Marathon is part of the Hackney Festival of Fitness. There will be food, music and plenty of activities taking place, including a 5km race over the weekend too!
Royal Parks Half Marathon
October 9, 2022
Royal Parks, London
The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon gives runners the chance to take in awesome views of the capital city and many of London’s historic landmarks including Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, and the Royal Albert Hall. Join Team LOL on our mission to disrupt lymphoma – sign up below.
Oxford Half Marathon
October 16, 2022
The Oxford Half course takes runners through the pristine, winding streets of historic Oxford. The route begins in the city centre and passes through Old Marston village, the River Cherwell, Oxford University’s impressive Lady Margaret Hall, before finally finishing on Parks Road.
Live entertainment and DJs will keep you running (or dancing – we won’t judge) to the finish line as you take in the stunning sights of Oxford.