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Run To The Beat London Half Marathon

Quick facts

Location London, United Kingdom

Distance Half marathon

Date September

About Run To The Beat London Half Marathon

SURE RUN TO THE BEAT 2016 Run to the Beat will not be taking place in 2016, as we work on developing the brand and further enhancing the participant experience. Run to the Beat was the first half marathon event to be held in London. It is organized by IMG. Sure Run to the Beat is also London’s most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k at Wembley Park. It has since been changed to a 10K race. After six years hosting London’s music half marathon and helping 96,000 runners to achieve their goal, we want to give 10k runners the chance to experience the unique music filled run. Live DJ’s will be pumping out motivational tunes all around the route, leading you to the finish where our headline act will be waiting for you to join the party. Taking place on the 14th September 2014, 15,000 runners will make their way around a brand new 10k course starting and finishing at Wembley Park, home to the legendary Wembley Stadium and arena, that now offers great food, great shopping and great events.

Start:

Wembley Stadium.

Wembley Stadium, Wembley, United Kingdom

Difficulty

flat

Highlights

  • Wembley Park.
  • Legendary Wembley Stadium and arena

Overview

Run to the Beat is London’s most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k at Wembley Park. Runners will make their way around a brand new 10k course starting and finishing at Wembley Park, home to the legendary Wembley Stadium and arena.


Run To The Beat London Half Marathon Trivia

  • Sure Run to the Beat is London’s most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k at Wembley Park. It has since been changed to a 10K race.
  • Live DJ’s will be pumping out motivational tunes all around the route, leading you to the finish where our headline act will be waiting for you to join the party.
  • Organisers for the london half expected more than 12,000 runners to take part in the inaugural race in the London borough of Greenwich on October 5, 2008.But bad weather on the day and tube delays saw just 7252 runners cross the startline. Of those 55% were female and 45% were male.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.