Sign up for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Run
Sunday 18 March 2018
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
We're getting Heart Runners together on Sunday 18 March 2018 to join the fight against heart disease and we want you there too.
This impressive Olympic venue plays host for the third time in 2018, offering choice of 5k or 10k.The 5k circular route starts and finishes on Hopkins' Field in the heart of the Olympic Park, where you'll pass the Copper Box Arena and the Lee Valley VeloPark, taking in views of the London Stadium before passing through wetlands and past the famous Olympic rings.
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult at all times. You can also sign up offline by completing a digital entry form and sending back to us.
Your entry fee only covers the cost of organising the event, we rely on your sponsorship to help us save lives.
Your entry includes
- A medal for all finishers
- An exclusive Heart Runners technical t-shirt
- Chip timing
- Training guidance
- Fundraising support
- Medical support
- Full route signage and marshalling
- Water on the finish line
We're up for an award
We're delighted to be nominated for a Running Award but we need your help to win. Please vote for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Run 5k by selecting 5k by region, 5k - Greater London and choosing BHF Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Run from the list, before 30 November - thank you!
Volunteer for us
Our events cannot happen without the help of our fantastic volunteers. If you would like to help out in the lead up to this event or on event day then please get in touch with us and we will send you more information.
If you would like more information on any of our events, get in touch Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00.
Tel: 0300 330 3322
Location and travel
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park ,
We want to put a stop to the devastation caused by heart disease, through our life saving research. We rely on your fundraising to ensure this vital work can continue. Together we will improve the lives of babies born with heart defects, find the genes that cause inherited heart conditions and one day find a cure for heart failure and heart disease.
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event, such as venue hire, toilets and medical cover. This run is a fundraising event, it is the money you raise that powers our life saving research. We ask that you raise £10 for every kilometre you'll accomplish. The minimum sponsorship target is £100 for the 10k and £50 for the 5k.
If you raise over £500 you'll be eligible to join our exclusive 500 club, more information can be found on the tab above.
Creating an online fundraising page is the easiest way to raise money. It takes a few minutes to set up and a link can then be easily shared with your friends and family on social media and by email. Remember, you're taking part in an amazing challenge - people will want to support you.
Create your fundraising page
Lots of companies operate Matched Giving schemes that can double the amount of money you raise. Find out if your employer operates a scheme and they will match what you raise. Remind them it's tax efficient for them and it'll benefit BHF lifesaving research.
This is a challenging run and you'll need to have a good level of fitness to take part. Plan your training with expert tips and advice in our training zone. Take a look at our recommended kit list on what to wear on the day and what to take with you.
Why not treat yourself to some BHF professional running kit available in our online store. The stylish tops are made from breathable fabric, optimising airflow whilst you run. Look and feel good, and help us to continue to win the fight against heart disease at the same time.
Being active is an important part of reducing your risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Get more heart health tips.
Join us on Facebook
Join the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Run Facebook page and get the latest event information, as well as sharing hints and tips about the big day with fellow Heartrunners
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Volunteer for us
Our events cannot happen without the help of our fantastic volunteers. If you would like to help out in the lead up to this event or on event day then please get in touch with us and we'll send you more information.
Volunteer for us
At the start
|| Registration open
|| Main run mass warm up
|| Event starts
|| Event finishes
The routes will be fully marshalled with first aid throughout the event provided.
Water will be available at the start/finish points. In the Olympic Park you will find various cafes offering delicious hot and cold food and drinks. Toilets will also be available to participants.
A secure baggage drop area will be provided. We suggest a £1 donation for this service - this will be manned, but all articles are left at your own risk.
Spectators are very welcome at the event so they can cheer you along your way.
Welcome to the club
New for 2018 is our exclusive 500 club, for those who smash the minimum sponsorship target for an event and go on to raise over £500.
Your fundraising will make a significant difference to us as we continue our fight against heart disease. We currently support 2,500 healthcare professionals working with people affected by cardiovascular disease, funding over 1,100 research projects to help us reach our ultimate goal – the end of heart disease and to the devastation it causes.
If you have raised £500 or more (excluding GiftAid) on your JustGiving page, firstly congratulations you are amazing! You'll now be eligible to join the 500 Club and receive your exclusive BHF jersey
For teams to be eligible there must be at least £500 or more (excluding Gift Aid) pledged per person, along with the names of all eligible entrants showing on the team fundraising page and each individual needs to fill in a separate form to claim their 500 club jersey.
(E.g A team of 4 would need a minimum of £2000, excluding Gift Aid, pledged on their team page)
How do I claim?
Complete our form to request your jersey
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Note: Due to the fit being small, we recommend ordering one size up to your usual size.
Frequently asked questions regarding the 500 club