London Youth Games launched a Virtual Spring Run competition to help encourage young Londoners back to sport.

The Virtual Spring Run provided young Londoners with the opportunity to get active and represent their boroughs as they prepare for a return to face-to-face sport. The competition began on 10th May and ran until 24th May.

Participants could choose a distance between 0.5km and 5km to run. Their distance then went towards a borough total. The borough that ran the furthest collective distance at the end of the two-week competition were then crowned Virtual Spring Run champions.

Hounslow finished 6th out of all the 33 London boroughs!

Jonathan Barbour, from Lampton Leisure Sports & Community Development Team said: “We’d like to pass on a huge thank you to all of the runners who represented the Borough of Hounslow and their family and friends who supported them for the competition. We would also like to say a huge thank you to all the schools who got behind the competition.”

To see the final results table, click here.