London Marathon Live BBC TV Streaming
BBC Sport will provide FREE streaming of the Virgin London Marathon.
FREE LIVE LONDON MARATHON STREAMING ON BBC WEBSITE
** NEED A UK IP ADDRESS? SEE BELOW **
The London Marathon is a popular road marathon that has been held each year in London since 1981, usually in April. The race is currently sponsored by Virgin, as the Virgin London Marathon. In addition to being one of the top five international marathons run over the traditional distance of 42.195 km (26 miles and 385 yards), the London Marathon is also a large, celebratory sporting festival, second only to the Great North Run in Newcastle, in terms of the number of participants. It is one of the World Marathon Majors, a two-year series of elite marathon racing that also includes the Boston, Chicago, New York and Berlin marathons.
An unusual feature is the very large amounts of money raised for charity, much more than other marathons. According to the race organisers, it is now the largest annual fund raising event in the world with the 2006 participants raising over £41.5 million for charity, bringing the total amount raised for charity by runners, to a grand total of £315 million. In 2007, 78% of all runners raised money.
Our UK Proxy and UK VPN servers have been tested to confirm technical compatibility with the BBC Sport website. The BBC show live streaming of the London Marathon, with coverage shown free on BBC Sport.
Make sure you never miss a race with our LiveSport.co.uk website. Also available free on mobile platforms:
Other UK TV Streaming options technically compatible with our UK Proxy Server and British VPN Server include BBC iPlayer, Channel 4OD, ITV Player, Five, Sky Sports etc.
Important – Please be advised that terms and conditions of usage may apply and you should always check with the specific websites prior to using their television streaming, download services and any products/services offered by the these third party websites. For example, due to licensing restrictions the BBC state that users of their video streaming services should always have a valid UK TV license and to be based within the UK. Please also refer to clause 2 of our Terms & Conditions.