Organisers of this year's London Marathon have revealed they will not make a decision on the fate of the race until August 7.
London Marathon director Hugh Brasher has said he "cannot be certain if the event can go ahead" in a letter to those running the race.
Organisers of the 2.6 Challenge say the campaign raised money for 3,961 charities - believed to be a record in both the United Kingdom and the world.
London Marathon Events (LME) has today published its first environmental report as the organisation aims to lead the way in delivering sustainable mass participation sports events.
The 2.6 Challenge, a fundraising event set up to replace the postponed London Marathon, has raised more than £4.6 million ($5.6million/€5.2million).
A number of British Paralympians have pledged to take part in the 2.6 Challenge, which aims to raise funds for charities in the United Kingdom.
Wheelchair athlete David Weir is set to complete his own marathon for charity in the absence of the London Marathon, which has been postponed until October due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2.6 Challenge, an event encouraging people to raise funds for charities in the United Kingdom by completing an activity based around the number 2.6 or 26 is being launched on Sunday April 26, the day the London Marathon had been due to take place.
Kenyan Daniel Wanjiru, who won the London marathon in 2017, has been suspended following an alleged anti-doing violation.
The London and Boston Marathons have been rescheduled until later in the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The London Marathon, first run in 1981, will mark its landmark edition this year by branding itself as “The 40th Race.”
World record holder Brigid Kosgei will defend her London Marathon title this year, organisers have announced.
Eliud Kipchoge has chosen the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon as his first race since becoming the first human to run a sub-two hour marathon in Vienna in October, it was announced today.