Virtual Games

Your borough. Your sport. Your passion.

virtual spring run

London Youth Games is launching a Virtual Spring Run competition to help encourage young Londoners back to sport.

 

With lockdown measures lifting, Virtual Spring Run will provide young Londoners with the opportunity to get active and represent their boroughs as they prepare for a return to face-to-face sport. The competition will begin on 10th May and run until 24th May.

 

London Youth Games believes sport is a right for all so have created an inclusive running event with a variety of distances to ensure accessibility for all young Londoners.

 

Participants can choose a distance between 0.5km and 5km to run. Their distance will count towards a borough total. The borough that runs the furthest collective distance at the end of the two-week competition will be crowned Virtual Spring Run champions.

 

Whether entering as an individual, an Athletics club, a school, or a community group, the competition is open to all Londoners aged 18 or under. Distances can be completed running, walking, using a wheelchair, a frame or with assistance.

 

Individual prizes are also up for grabs as part of The 3km Challenge. Participants wishing to enter The 3km Challenge must submit a time for their 3km distance. The fastest male and female entrants will be awarded with some Nike running swag.

Latest standings

PositionBorough
1Haringey
2Kensington & Chelsea
3Lambeth
3Hammersmith & Fulham
5Brent
6Hounslow
7Richmond
8Bromley
9Redbridge
10Ealing
11Waltham Forest
12Hillingdon
13Wandsworth
14Kingston
15Barnet
16Bexley
17Newham
18Merton
19Greenwich
20City Of London
21Havering
22Enfield
22Harrow
24Southwark

champions

Haringey