British Heart Foundation Run
Follow in the footsteps of Pavey and Farrah to fund lifesaving research by taking part in the British Heart Foundation Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Run on Sunday 26 March 2017.
You can take on a 5k or 10k run on this inspiring course that takes in views of the Olympic Park where Team GB won 65 medals in 2012.
The 5k loop is traffic-free on the tarmac paths around the park and starts and finishes on the North West lawns in the heart of the Olympic Park. You’ll pass the Copper Box Arena and Lee Valley VeloPark taking in views of the London Stadium before passing through the wetlands and past the famous Olympic rings.
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event. It's the money you raise that powers our life saving research.
Runners under 18 years must register by completing a downloadable entry form available on the BHF website. On event day they must be accompanied at all times by an adult.
Running with family, friends or colleagues? Enter your team name and team leader's name when you sign up.
Your entry includes:
A medal for all finishers
An exclusive Heart Runners technical t-shirt
Full route signage and marshaling
Water on the finish line
By tube: The nearest stations are Stratford station and Stratford International station, both of which are in Zone 2/3 and provide step-free access from entrance to platform.
By bus: The 388 bus runs between Blackfriars in central London and Stratford City near the station entrance, going through the Park and stopping at the Copper Box Arena and Westfield Avenue near the London Aquatics Centre.
The 308 bus runs between Clapton to Wanstead via Stratford City near the station entrance and Celebration Avenue in East Village.
The 339 bus runs between Leytonstone and Shadwell, with stops at Stratford City near the station entrance, the London Aquatics Centre, and on Carpenters Road at King's Yard before exiting the Park at White Post Lane.
The 108 bus runs between Lewisham and Stratford City and Stratford International bus stations, going through the Park including Warton Road and Pool Street (by the London Aquatics Centre).
Stratford bus station and Stratford City bus station are both located in close proximity to Stratford station.
By foot: If you're traveling to the north of the Park, including the Copper Box Arena, Timber Lodge Café, Tumbling Bay playground and the northern parklands, please read this important information:
• It can take between 15-20 minutes to walk from Stratford regional station or Stratford International station to the northern Park entrance (walking distance is approximately 800m).
• There is pedestrian access to the north of the Park from Hackney Wick via White Post Lane, Leyton and Stratford
By cycle: Cyclists can make use of the recently extended Barclays Cycle Superhighway from central London (Aldgate) to Stratford City. The Santander docking points are spread across eight docking stations in and around the Park. Find out more about the Santander Cycles programme on the Park here.