Prince Harry sends a Good Luck message and a thank you - to virtual runners of the 40th London Marathon

Harry has posted a Video to thank and to wish the best of luck to the 45,000 runners around the World who are completing the 40th London Marathon virtually in their local communities on October 4th 2020.

Harry has posted a Video to thank and to wish the best of luck to the 45,000 runners around the World who are running the 40th London Marathon virtually in their local communities on October 4th 2020.


Due to Covid-19 issues, the 40th London Marathon was postponed in April of this year then, because of the continuing health concerns about the pandemic and the travel restrictions, the decision was made to run the non-elete event virtually. The elete athletes and wheelchair event will take place over a modified and closed course in central London. 

But for Covid-19, Harry would have been in London to start the Marathon.

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The participants in their fancy dress costumes is why I love the London Marathon!

Harry thanked the participants for helping to keep the spirit of the London Marathon alive around the World, and he also thanked everyone for their efforts to ensure that the many charities, desperately in need of donations, benefit from the funds that the participants will raise.

Best of Luck to everyone. 

Curtesy of BBC news website - a virtual runner in Cornwall, UK.

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