BMW Berlin Marathon

September 23, 2010

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The BMW Berlin Marathon is one of the largest and most popular road races in the world with more than 40,000 participants, and takes place  between Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column in Berlin. It is one of the big-5 marathons which comprise the World Marathon Majors series, the others being London, New York, Boston and Chicago marathons. The Berlin Marathon’s loop course is flat and fast, with as many as seven world records being created in men and women marathons since the run started. The first Berlin Marathon took place in October 1974.

Race Date

Sep 28, 2014

Location

Berlin, Germany

Event Type

Start Times

Men: 8:45 a.m
Women: 8:45 a.m

No. Runners

40,000

Website

Race Website

Results

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Social Media

Race Registration

You can register on the official website of BMW Berlin Marathon. Early registration fees is 60,00 Euro.

Pre-registration opens at noon on Monday, September 30. You have 14 days to register. For the registration you must provide your full name, date of birth, and email address. If you attempt to submit multiple registrations they will be deleted by the system. After registering, every participant will receive an email confirmation.

Course / Route Map

The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON route is a very flat and fast loop course. The course starts and finishes next to one of the capital’s most famous landmarks – the Brandenburg Gate – and takes a route via many more notable spots such as the Reichstag and Berliner Dom.

The run is famous for its fast pavement and draws great numbers of top athletes and amateur runners each year. Numerous world best performances and world records have been set here in the past few years. The atmosphere in Berlin is world-class, as well. The runners are lifted by the musical support along the attractive city course – with about 60 bands putting on their own ‘music marathon’ – and are carried to the finish by countless spectators.  It is an unforgettable experience for every marathon fan!

Race Profile / Elevation Map

The course is very flat and ideal for setting personal bests. Due to the loop course it is easy to follow the race.

Race Tags

Not available.

Time Limits & Cutoffs

Time limit: 6:15 hours

Course Records

Men: Kipsang, Wilson (KEN) – 2:03:23 (2013)
Women: Naoko Takahashi (JPN) - 2:19:46 (2001)

Prize Money & Awards

The race offers a $1 million prize purse to be split equally between the top male and female marathoners.

T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates

All participants will receive a medal at the finish line. Preliminary certificates will also be available in the finish area.

Water Stops & Refreshments

Six Aid Stations are located along the course at the 9 km, 15 km, 20 km, 25 km, 30 km, and 35.8 km marks. Each Aid Station offers water, sweet tea, and PowerBar Sports Drinks (lemon flavor). Bananas and apples will also be provided.

Expected Race Day Weather

The average temperature is 10°C with 71% humidity and partly cloudy.

Additional Race Info

In 2009, 40,923 participants registered for the marathon and there were 35,035 finishers, making Berlin the third largest marathon in the world after New York and London in terms of number of finishers. With expected one million spectators along the scenic loop course the race is covered live by n-tv (nationally), Eurosport (Germany and Europe resp. Asia) and Fuji TV (Japan).

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{ 16 comments… read them below or add one }

Eduardo August 29, 2013 at 1:06 pm

Hello

When is going to be available the registration for 2014 marathon?

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heidi July 25, 2013 at 9:25 pm

Hello– do you know when registration for the 2014 Berlin marathon will open?

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Ross Klein September 27, 2012 at 12:50 am

I would like to know what are the requirements for gaining an entry place to the 2013 Berlin marathon? In 2011 I ran Paris in 3:21:05 and this year I ran Boston in about 3:32 (you may know it was a bit warm). Are there requirements per age group allowing priority entry or is it 1st come 1st in?! Many thanks for your response.

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Maria Thomas-Royer October 6, 2012 at 10:36 pm

Hi Ross,

You will be able to gain entry for the Berlin Marathon as it only requires that you finish within 6 hours, like the London Marathon. With your times you will be able to finish with ease whilst enjoying the wonderful scenery. It’s a fantastic marathon to run, the crowd are great, the route is a joy and the bands are uplifting. it’s a first come first serve entry so just make a note of the registration date and off you go. I’eve completed it three times and will probably still register again. Good Luck!!

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Adam Ainger August 27, 2012 at 3:29 pm

Hi,
I was just wondering how and when I can apply for the Berlin Marathon 2013?
I have already ran the London and Boston Marathon’s in the last two consecutive years and would truly love to make Berlin my next event.
Thank you
Adam.

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Ruth Ann Eberly July 9, 2012 at 1:22 am

I am really looking forward to registering for the 2013 Berlin Marathon as soon as registration opens. I did not see the fee for the run. I know that I need to be patient and wait until everything is finalized but I like to plan ahead.

Thanks,
Ruth Ann

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ilan May 6, 2012 at 9:59 pm

Which hotels are in a walking distance from the start point??

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Elspeth Kirkpatrick February 26, 2012 at 1:53 am

I have already registered to do the Berlin Marathon in Sept 30th 2012. At the time I didn’t order a finishers tshirt and know I would like one, is this possible?
With thanks
Elspeth

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a October 25, 2011 at 11:17 am

Hello,

I consider participating Berlin marathon, that will take place ob 30/9 this year.

Most of the details are written clearly in Berlin marathon site.

I’ve two questions:
– What is the place , where the rewards (including the rewards for the categories) ceremony was done last year?

– I’ve heard that a breakfast for the marathon runners is done one day before the
event itself. Can I get some details/link about it?
The same about the pasta party

Thank you

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maria October 20, 2011 at 1:06 am

Where can I register for the 2012 Berlin Marathon

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simon claude October 17, 2011 at 11:48 pm

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Siegfried Grewe September 30, 2011 at 5:15 pm

Können sie mich benachrichtigen, wenn man sich für den Berlin – Marathon 2012
anmelden kann ?

Danke
Siggi Grewe

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Johnny Larsen September 14, 2011 at 3:14 am

I will be staying in Gormannstrasse, and need to leave this address on Saturday September 24. It seems that Gormannstrasse is completely surrounded by the route of the marathon. Will there be any restriction driving out on September 24

Thanks
Johnny Larsen

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Geoff Mutton August 15, 2011 at 5:03 am

Please advise me of the date for the 2012 Berlin Marathon

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a October 24, 2011 at 9:58 am

Hello,

Maybe you have the date. However, folllowing my check, the 2012 Berlin
marathon will take place on suday 30/9.

Usually it is done in the beginning of the last week of September.

Your sincerely

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a October 24, 2011 at 10:25 am

Hello,

Following my previous reply.

Usually, the Berlin matathon is done on sunday in the last week of September.
Now it is not very difficult to calculate the exact date.
For example in 2012, the “last” sunday in the last week of September will take
place on 30/9 – Therefore this is the marathon date.

Your sincerely

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