Each year CUH&H gets approximately 8 club places (the Brasher places) to give to its members to run the London marathon, which also functions as the Varsity Marathon against Oxford. These are named after Chris Brasher, who studied at Cambridge, and went on to win an Olympic gold in the steeplechase and co-found the London Marathon.

If you would like to apply for one of these places, please fill in this google form, which also explains in more detail how we select who will be awarded these places. You must be a member of CUH&H to be able to get one of these places.