Our London Marathon 2023 Ballot: Now Open!

14th July 2022

Chris (one of Guts UK’s 2021 London Marathon runners)

We’re thrilled to announce we have places in the London Marathon 2023! These sought after places aren’t easy to secure, so we are over the moon to be able to offer our community places.

The London Marathon is one of the most famous running events in the world. Tens of thousands of runners gather to run the iconic 26.2 mile route each year, cheered on by thousands of spectators.

  • When?: Sunday 23rd April 2023.
  • Where?: Race starts in Greenwich, London. Ending at the Mall.
  • Why?: For many this is a once in a life-time opportunity. Our guts have been misunderstood and underfunded for too long. People are suffering and people are dying. Together, we can change that. With you by our side, we will get to grips with guts.
  • Minimum fundraising target: £2,000. The team at Guts UK will support you every step of the way.

To keep things fair we will be holding a ballot draw.

The ballot for our London Marathon 2023 places are now closed. Thank you.

Winners of these coveted places will be announced after 12pm on Friday 29th July 2022. We will do the draw on social media, and those successful will be contacted.

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