Et ego Londinium vici
Virgin Money London Marathon
Prudential RideLondon
Swim Serpentine
The dates for the London Classics events in 2018 are:

Sunday 22 April Virgin Money London Marathon 
Sunday 29 July Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Saturday 22 September Swim Serpentine

If you would like to enter any of the events that make up the London Classics, visit the event websites above.
569 LISTED IN LONDON CLASSICS HALL OF FAME
The Hall of Fame lists the first 569 people to be awarded the magnificent London Classics medal for completing the iconic trio of events that make up the challenge. All 569 have run the London Marathon, cycled the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 sportive and completed the two-mile swim at Swim Serpentine on 16 September 2017.

The next opportunity to complete the London Classics comes at the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon on 22 April. If you are running in 2018 and you have already cycled the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 (any year) and completed the two-mile swim at Swim Serpentine last year, please contact London.Classics@londonmarathonevents.co.uk to find out what will happen on 22 April.
HALL OF FAME
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO COMPLETE THE LONDON CLASSICS?
The London Classics medal is awarded to anyone who has run the London Marathon (any year), cycled the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
(any year) and completed the two-mile event at Swim Serpentine.

Every finisher in the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon is a step closer to entering the London Classics Hall of Fame.

The ballot for the 2018 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is closed but charities have until Friday 25 May to fill their guaranteed places.
See the list of charities here and please contact the charity direct to find out more. 

Entries are now open for the two-mile event at Swim Serpentine on Saturday 22 September 2018.
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FIRST FINISHERS COMPLETE THE LONDON CLASSICS
On Saturday 16 September 2017, a select group of swimmers made history as they became the first participants to complete the iconic trio of events and entered the London Classics Hall of Fame. The first man to cross the line after the two-mile swim in the Serpentine was Terry Bonnett, aged 38, from Wendover who ran the London Marathon in 2010 and cycled the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 in 2017. The first woman was Sally Blick, aged 37, from Hastings who ran the Virgin Money London Marathon in 2012 and completed the 100-mile ride in 2014. 
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Everyone who completed the London Classics at Swim Serpentine was awarded the unique London Classics medal, engraved with the names of the three events and the Latin words Et ego Londonium vici, which means I too have conquered London.