About the event
Brighton Marathon’s fast course takes runners through the best of the historic south coast city. With a new route for 2023, runners will now experience the ultra-supportive community of Hove during the race, meaning even more cheering, motivation and atmosphere to keep you going before reaching the iconic beachfront finish line.
How to enter
Apply for a charity place now by signing up here. There is a £35 registration fee and £500 suggested fundraising target.
You must be aged 18+ on the event day to take part.
Got your own place?
If you’ve already got your own place in the Brighton Marathon, we’d love to have you on Team CALM! There’s no minimum fundraising target, just raise as much as you can. Join Team CALM here.
How we’ll support you
Whether it’s your first time running or you’re a seasoned pro, we’ll be right there with you every step of the way. We’ll make sure you have a fantastic experience being on Team CALM. When you join our team, you’ll receive:
Fundraising and training advice and resources
The Team CALM cheer squad to give you a boost on the day
A post-race reception in the event village to celebrate your achievement
CALM kit so you can look the part
Access to our CALM Running Collective Facebook group
A dedicated Fundraising Team to support you
Non-racing wheelchair users are welcome to take part in the Brighton Marathon. However, the race organisers currently do not offer elite wheelchair races or allow self-propelled racing wheelchairs. If you wish to enter in a non-racing wheelchair, you will start at the rear of the race due to health and safety reasons associated with the course terrain and density of runners in parts of the route. The race organisers also strongly advise being accompanied by an able-bodied runner during the marathon, however you can take part independently if you wish - the event organisers can offer support finding a support runner if needed.
For more information about event accessibility, please contact the Brighton Marathon team.
Got a question?
Check out our FAQs. If you can’t find an answer there, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.