100 years of bauhaus marathon in Weimar on 28 April 2019

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30 Year Anniversary of the Fall of the Wall - Freedom to Run


In the night from November 9 to November 10, 1989, the lives of Germans, especially Berliners, were to change forever. The wall that had divided the city for so long fell, and the emotional images that went around the world, especially from the Brandenburg Gate, are still famous today. For the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON this date also represents something very special.
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Uta Pippig on the Brandenburger Gate

40th GENERALI BERLINER HALF MARATHON - Starting spots are running out!


We are getting low on starting spots for the anniversary edition of the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON—very low! Over the course of four decades, the race through Berlin’s city centre has developed into a hip spring prelude for the running scene—there is hardly a bigger half marathon anywhere in the world.
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The registration phase for the 47th BMW BERLIN-MARATHON ends soon!


Some days ago Eliud Kipchoge was the first person to run the marathon distance under two hours. On the same weekend, Brigid Kosgei set a new marathon world record for the ladies. Marathon rules! Running is more popular than ever—especially the 42.195k race. If you would like to experience this very special athletic feeling, be a part of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON next year! You can still take part in the race entry lottery. The registration phase for the 47th BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2020 ends on October 31st 2019. Info: www.bmw-berlin-marathon.com
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The registration phase for the 47th BMW BERLIN-MARATHON ends soon!

The finisher e-magazine for the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2019 is online


Well, are you dry again and can get down the stairs without contorting your body? Let's be honest, though—the whole thing was absolutely worth the effort. The finisher e-Magazine is now online!
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Finisher Magazine is online!

Bekele misses World Record by just two seconds in sensational Comeback


Time and again the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON produces huge upsets and sensational racing: This time it was the turn of Kenenisa Bekele, the greatest runner of all times. The Ethiopian made a sensational return to his international best with victory at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, missing the world record by just two seconds and staging one of the greatest comebacks in athletics’ history.
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Bekele misses World Record by just two seconds

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