Welcome to the 2014 Virgin Money Giving Mini London MarathonVirgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon runners

The Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon is the official British Athletics three mile road championships for young athletes aged between 11 and 17.

If you're looking for a challenge, the 2015 Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon is your chance to compete against the best new talent in British road running.

The course is 3 miles long, stretching from London's Old Billingsgate to The Mall. The event is open to entrants from the 9 regions of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and will include teams from all 33 London Boroughs.

Official results 2014


Previous winners of the Mini London Marathon and Mini Wheelchair Marathon include double London Olympic Gold medallist Mo Farah, and competitors from the London Paralympics; Shelly Woods silver medallist and David Weir, winner of four gold medals.

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Hannah Cockroft is a double World and Paralympic champion. She races in the T34 class and specialises in sprint-distance events. She won the Virgin Money Giving Mini London Wheelchair Marathon in 2009 and 2010 before moving up to senior events. In 2013 Hannah became a British legend when she won two gold medals at the London 2012 Paralympics. She's also a 21-time world-record breaker pretty good going for an athlete who's still only 21!

Did you know? To win the 2010 Mini London Wheelchair Marathon, Hannah had to beat rising star and course-record holder Jade Jones. If you're inspired by Hannah's success, read about her experience in the Mini London Wheelchair Marathon in her blog here.

Non Standford

Non Standford

Non Stanford is the current ITU World Triathlon Champion. Non is a former Welsh Schools 1500m track athletics champion, winning the title on three consecutive occasions. She is also a four-time Mini London Marathon champion ­she won the race in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005! To find out more about how Non prepared for the races ­and swept aside the competition on race day ­check out her blog here.


Looking forward to this year’s Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon? Get inspired by watching our exclusive video containing highlights from previous Mini London Marathons and interviews from Mo Farah, David Weir and Shelly Woods: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yByGxSV80A8

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