The fifth annual Ealing Half Marathon will be taking place on Sunday (September 25), and will see more than 7,000 fundraisers running the whopping 13.1 mile route.
The race, which was voted best Half Marathon in the UK in 2014, 2015 and 2016, starts and finishes in Lammas Park, and is a single lap through Central Ealing , Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephen's.
The half marathon starts at 9am on the day, with the Ealing Mini-Mile for young runners taking place at 9.15am.
And if you have a loved one taking part and raising money at the race, you'll want a brilliant vantage point to watch them from. Here are the best spots along the 21km route to spot the runners from!
Suggested spectator spots along the route
- Lammas Park: It's the start and finish point for the race, and where most of the action will be. You can also watch the mini-mile from here, which will be a single lap of the park
- Uxbridge Road: You will be able to see the runners pass by twice at miles one and 11
- Drayton Bridge Road: You will be able to see the runners pass by twice at miles six and nine
- Cuckoo Avenue: You will be able to see the runners pass by twice at miles eight and nine
- Westcott Crescent: It's coming up to seven miles (half way!) so you'll be able to give runners a lot of encouragement!
For more information about the Ealing Half Marathon, head to the official website .