Following postponement due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, the 2020 event will now take place on Sunday 20 September 2020, at 9.45am in Preston Park.
The 2021 event will take place on Sunday 18 April 2021. A 2021 web site will be available to access on Saturday 9 May for 2021 entrants.
You will be sent full participant instructions closer to the event with all of the vital information needed ahead of the event.
When you sign up you will receive a confirmation email with a QR code, confirming your place.
Please keep this safe and file it, as you will need it to collect your Race Pack. You can bring a printed version or have it on your mobile phone.
It will also be re-sent before the event.
You can change most of your personal details on your account by accessing your account via: https://raceroster.com. Once logged in, please select the drop down in the top right corner, and then ‘Participant Dashboard’, from here you can update your details.
Race Pack Collection
All participants in the Brighton Marathon must collect their Race Packs from the Beach Village on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 September 2020.
You will be able to select your start corral when you collect your Race Pack, so depending on how your training has gone, will depend on the corral you pick for race day. We have five colour coded-corrals and you should choose the corral you start from based upon your predicted finishing time.
Your finishing time is worked out based on your chip time – and your chip time starts when you cross the start line, not when the first runners start.READ MORE
Start and Course Map
The 2020 start and course maps are available here.
Starting in September, we send all participants regular e-newsletters. These contain helpful training advice articles as well as event updates on a range of topics including essential information such as Participant Instructions, maps, event status, travel, park & ride and medical information. We advise that all participants receive these but you can opt out from them if you wish. If you do opt out and decide you would like to opt back in, please email [email protected]
If you wish to see an archive of our previous participant emails, click here.
Please make sure you plan your travel well in advance for stress-free experience and so that you are ready for Race Day.
Click below for advice on buses, trains and taxis.READ MORE
If you need accommodation for the Brighton Marathon Weekend, we recommend you book well in advance to secure a room at the best rates as the city gets very busy over event weekend.
Web sites like booking.com often have some great deals. Or why not look for an AirBNB or private rental and enjoy a home from home?READ MORE
Park and Ride
We provide a park and ride service, where you can park your car and ride to the start as well as being collected from the finish. Information for all those who booked tickets for April, will be contacted about what will happen next following postponement.READ MORE
The mobile app will provide users with an interactive course map for tracking runners on the course, spectator information, results, the Participant Instructions, FAQs and more.
Your safety and wellbeing is of the utmost importance to us.
No matter your experience or ability, please take time to read our medical advice before you begin your training. It’s important to not only assess your physical ability, but to find out more about energy supplements, fluids, fuel and whether any medications may have an impact on your training.
We want to get you to the finish line safely and sensibly.Read Now
If you would like more information on deferring your 2020 place or had a 2019 place and deferred please click here.
Information regarding deferrals following postponement will be issued to participants as soon as possible.
Terms and Conditions
You can read the terms and conditions for participants here: https://www.brightonmarathonweekend.co.uk/brighton-marathon-terms-conditions/
For any other questions, you should be able to find what you need in our FAQsFAQS