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Virgin Mini London Marathon

The Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon takes place over the final three miles of the London Marathon course and is for young people aged 11 to 17.

2021 results

The 2021 Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon took place on Sunday 3 October. 34 athletes took to the streets of London to represent Richmond in the Borough Challenge and one athlete took part in the ambulant event.

The course was 2.6K long, stretching from Temple Place to The Mall. The event comprised entrants from the nine regions of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and included teams from all 33 London boroughs.

There were top 10 finishes for the teams in each of the age groups:

Team results
Team Finishing place

U17 Boys

3rd

U15 Boys

10th

U13 Boys

3rd

U17 Girls

8th

U15 Girls

5th

U13 Girls

5th

Stand out performances came from Sam Nesbitt who finished 4th in the U17 Boys category and Arthur Milles who won the U17 Boys Ambulant Mini Marathon.

U13 Boys

U13 Boys

U15 Boys

U15 Boys

U17 Boys

U17 Boys

U13 Girls

U13 Girls

U15 Girls

U15 Girls

U17 Girls

U17 Girls

The event for 2022 is due to take place on 2 October 2022. Trial information will be available in June 2022.

Past events

Virgin Money Giving Mini London Wheelchair and Ambulant/Para Marathon

There are events for young wheelchair athletes and athletes which a physical or sensory impairment. If you would like to enter the Virgin Money Giving Wheelchair or Ambulant/Para marathon you need to apply to the organisers directly.

Details of the event and how to contact them can be found online at www.minimarathon.co.uk.

Contact

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Updated: 12 October 2021