Mini marathon

2019 Trial Event

To register your place, please complete the consent form: Mini Marathon Consent Form

Online entries close on Friday 1 February at 5pm, entries can be made on the day of the event, please allow a little extra time to complete the registration form.

Enable Leisure & Sport coordinate the Wandsworth entry for the annual Virgin Money Giving London Mini Marathon. The 2019 Wandsworth Trials for the London Mini Marathon will take place on Sunday 3rd February in Battersea Park. The event is open to any young person born, living or going to school in the London Borough of Wandsworth. The distance of the trial is approx. 5km. There are 3 different age categories for Boys and Girls:

Boys and Girls – Under 13

  • Must be at least 11 years old on 27 April 2019
  • Born between 1 September 2005 and 27 April 2008

Boys and Girls – Under 15

  • Born between 1 September 2003 and 31 August 2005

Boys and Girls – Under 17

  • Must be aged under 18 on 27 April 2019
  • Born between 27 April 2001 and 31 August 2003

There are also 2 age categories for wheelchair athletes:

 

Boys and Girls – Under 14

  • Born between 1 September 2004 and 27 April 2007

Boys and Girls – Under 17

  • Must be aged under 18 on 27 April 2019
  • Born between 27 April 2001 and 31 August 2003

Additionally, there will be a 2km U11 fun run for children in school years 4, 5 and 6.

The cost of entry is £1, which is payable on the day of the event.

To register your place, please complete the consent form: Mini Marathon Consent Form

For more information regarding the 2018 event, please contact Dereck Brown on 020 3959 0042,  email or visit the London Mini Marathon Website.

2018 London Mini Marathon:

The 2018 Virgin Money London Mini Marathon took place on Sunday 22nd April. The event, held on the same day as the main London Marathon, is the official British Athletics three-mile road championships for young athletes aged between 11 and 17 and is run on a three mile course from Old Billingsgate to The Mall. Previous winners include double London 2012 Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah.

All of the runners representing Wandsworth were fantastic and really showed why Wandsworth is seen as one of the top London boroughs for Athletics. The results were very good, particularly considering the race included the best British road racing talent from across the UK.

Wandsworth were even able to produce an overall winner in one of the borough catergories. The U17 Girls race was won by Sophie Hoare in a time of 17 minutes 27 seconds.