This year’s event takes place on the 3rd of October
The 2022 London Marathon will again take place during early October, organisers have confirmed.
It will be the third successive year the event has been moved from its traditional April date.
In 2020, Shura Kitata won the men’s elite race, ending Eliud Kipchoge’s reign, while Brigid Kosgei defended her women’s title.
But there were no crowds or fun runners because of the coronavirus pandemic, with the athletes racing laps of St James’s Park rather than the traditional street route.
The 2021 London Marathon will take place on October 3, with up to 50,000 runners on the traditional course from Greenwich to The Mall.
Another 50,000 participants are set to complete the 26.2 miles on the course of their choice anywhere in the world over the day.
Event director of London Marathon Events Hugh Brasher said: “We are living in a hugely uncertain world – a world where different approaches to managing Covid-19 are being explored and executed.
“The London Marathon is an extraordinary and unique celebration of the family of humankind coming together.
Published: by Radio NewsHub