Brighton Marathon 2013 takes to the streets of Brighton again on Sunday 14th April.
With more runners than ever, plus a rousing atmosphere and huge crowds, Brighton Marathon is fast becoming one of the most popular marathons if the UK and it's only in its 4th year!
Brighton Marathon Route
A fantastic day for runners and spectators alike, the Brighton Marathon starts with a loop of picturesque Preston Park and then takes in the best of the city centre, including the iconic Brighton Pavilion. Crowds line most of the route, which takes in Hove, the scenic coast road, as well as panoramic views of the English Channel and glorious glimpses of the South Downs.
Find out more about the scenic Brighton Marathon Course.
Book Your Stay
The city fills up fast during the Marathon weekend, so make sure you book ahead to ensure you get somewhere to stay. Check out our Accommodation section for deals on B&Bs, hotels and guest houses.
Brighton Marathon Essential Guide 2013
Whether you are a runner or a spectator, don't miss the Brighton Marathon Essential Guide, which details everything you'll need to know for the big day, including:
- essential runners' information
- course map
- park and ride details for runners and spectators
- post race and general Marathon information.
Mini Mile Races
This year welcomes back the 'Mini Mile', where youngsters can enrol to race the final mile of the Marathon. The races are open to 7 - 17 year olds and offers a fantastic opportunity to capture the atmosphere of a mass participation race.
For more details on the 2013 Brighton Marathon, visit the official Brighton Marathon website.