The ballot for the London Landmarks Half Marathon is now open! #TeamPseudomyxomaSurvivor would love to welcome you into the team if your application is successful.

Enter the ballot now:

We will, of course, have some charity places available with a set fundraising target of £400 – if you can get yourself a spot in the public ballot, that’s more runners for #TeamPseudomyxomaSurvivor!

Nicky and Tim were really excited to run in LLHM 2019:

Doing the London Landmarks Half Marathon was one of the proudest days of my life! Being nearly three years out of surgery I had decided to look after myself and get fit! I owed it to my body to look after it! I also owed a lot to Pseudomyxoma Survivor for all the support I have received. So it started with a 10K for the charity and then the half marathon! Not only did I have the best day with the most amazing atmosphere, but I also raised over a £1000 for the charity and I was interviewed for Capital Radio. That day I hoped I raised awareness, helped the charity and inspired others that there is a good life after (I hope) PMP!! Just go for it!!


LLHM 2019 fundraiser

The LLHM was my first Half Marathon so I was a bit nervous and did not know what to expect.  Within 30 seconds of the start, a complete stranger shouted: "You got this Tim"... I was immediately hit by a huge wave of emotion that took me by surprise and gave me a huge boost.  The majority of people running had a story and a reason why. The supporters seemed to know that and added so much to the adventure. There was barely a moment for the whole race that I did not feel cheered on by the crowd. To be honest I did not take in much of the "landmarks" as the support of the crowd and the other runners were inspiration enough. I get the feeling no other race will compare!


LLHM 2019 fundraiser