London Mini-Marathon - Entry details
The adidas® Mini London Marathon - is run over the last 2.65 miles of the Marathon course from the junction of Southwark Bridge and Upper Thames Street to The Mall and involves age category races for children of 11-17. This race has taken place since 1986 involving representatives from 33 London boroughs. Additionally, in 1998 teams from selected cities nationwide were introduced, thus involving young people from all over the UK. The event proved very popular and, since 2001, the regional teams were invited from counties based on their performances at the English Schools Cross Country Championships. Invited county and regional teams for 2003 are:
More than 2,000 children take part. Any person aged 11-17 who lives or goes to school in a London borough is eligible to apply for the adidas® Mini London Marathon 2003, although many of these boroughs hold trials. Click here for Borough contacts.
For general information on the adidas® mini London Marathon please contact Nicola Okey or telephone 020 7902 0182.
The adidas® Mini London Wheelchair Marathon – sets off from Upper Thames Street and finishes in The Mall. This race is open to youngsters between 11 – 17 years from London boroughs as well as invited individuals from throughout the UK, who normally use a wheelchair for sporting activities.
For further information on the mini wheelchair event please contact Michelle Weltman.