Virgin Money London Marathon
Whether you are a seasoned runner or a first-timer, the Virgin Money London Marathon is the ultimate memorable running challenge. The iconic course starts in Greenwich Park and passes world-famous London landmarks, including Big Ben, Westminster, and Parliament Square, finishing up at Buckingham Palace.
As one of the most popular Marathon courses in the world, entry is exclusive and limited. Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is proud to be a charity partner for 2018 with 1 golden entry available. These places require runners to fundraise a minimum of $10,000AUD for Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
The London Marathon is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity where you’ll be running side-by-side with celebrities and making lasting memories. So sign up and tick a gold-class marathon off your bucket list!
What's in it for you?
- Guaranteed place in the Virgin Money London Marathon 2018, meaning you don’t need to rely on the ballot allocation
- Free race entry
- Cure Brain Cancer running kit to train and race in
- Running with an amazing group of passionate fundraisers and the rest of Team Cure Brain Cancer
- Access to our brand new training portal, with free training guides, route planners, pace calculators and community forums
- Continuous fundraising support from our Community Fundraising
- An invitation for you and a friend to join us for a post-race celebration in London! (TBC)
Terms and conditions
- You must commit to raising $10,000 or more for Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
- Failure to conscientiously raise funds required by the allocated checkpoints will result in your place being reissued.
- Places in the Virgin Money London Marathon are not transferable under any circumstances (see terms and conditions of entry).
- Runner must organize their own flights and accommodation for the duration of the event.
- Don’t forget there are lots of ways to reach your target – you can hold a fundraising event, for example a trivia night or dinner, as well as asking your network for donations. Some companies even have corporate matching schemes where they will match what you raise dollar for dollar. These are all great ways to supplement your fundraising.
If you already have your place in the marathon, you can still fundraise as part of Team Cure Brain Cancer!
For more information on how to get involved, please contact Julie-Anne on (02) 9550 5244 or by emailing
Shelley Rouse's Story
"12 months after being diagnosed with Grade 4 Glioblastoma, my 27 year old sister Pam lost her battle with brain cancer. My goal is to run the London 2018 Marathon and raise funds so that we can take a step toward never hearing again 'I am sorry you have brain cancer, there is no cure'."
- Shelley Rouse - London Marathon runner for Team Cure Brain Cancer