Saucony London 10k has sold out after new route was unveiled

The 2024 Saucony London 10k has sold out in general sales, with more than 17,000 runners registered.

The event takes place in the capital on July 14, and the only way to take part now is through the official charity partners.

Runners can secure their place in the iconic 10k through one of the event’s charities, including Headline Charity Partner Cancer Research UK, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, Alzheimer’s Society or Special Effect.

The route for the new-look Saucony London 10k has been revealed, taking in some of London’s best sights before finishing on Whitehall not far from Downing Street.

The race starts on Piccadilly Street, next to Green Park, towards Piccadilly Circus station. After a quick loop of Regent Street runners pass the iconic Trafalgar Square.

After passing Charing Cross station, Waterloo Bridge comes into view for the Thames section of the route. Three famous landmarks will inspire competitors during the final third of the race, passing the London Eye before reaching Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.

After turning around again at Victoria Street, the runners have one last push past Westminster Station and Downing Street before reaching the finish line, cheered on by a buzzing London crowd.

All roads on the route will be closed in addition to some nearby roads, including Pall Mall and St James Street, to facilitate the route.

The earliest closures will begin at 5am and all roads will be fully reopened by 2pm. However, it is strongly recommended that you allow extra time for any driving and, where possible, avoid driving in the area entirely.

The Saucony London 10k is now sold out. To apply for a charity spot, go to:

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