September 24, 2023
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Berlin Marathon 2023

Event date

September 24, 2023

World record!

The BMW Berlin Marathon is worldwide known for being the marathon where Eliud Kipchoge broke the world record with a time of 2:01:09 in the 2022 edition. And just like Kipchoge, thousands of runners participate in this marathon year after year to try to beat their own records.

The course of the Berlin marathon is very flat and fast, with its characteristic long and wide avenues so that the runners do not get stuck, and with the start and finish line located in the same place, in the Tiergarten. It also runs inside the city which also makes it a great tourist visit. During the marathon, the city’s trees block out the sun so that the runners can enjoy the ideal temperature.

In addition to the traditional marathon, the BMW Berlin Marathon Inlineskating is held on Saturday along the same route. An impressive skate marathon to watch.

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Berlin is the capital of Germany and one of the great European cities.

A city full of history, since it was devastated during World War II and later divided by a wall for 28 years, but over time it has been able to recover the splendor of a great city.

The buildings of modern architecture mix with the old buildings, creating a very striking contemporary atmosphere. The remains of the Berlin Wall, once a symbol of something bad, have now become a museum of expression of freedom in the open air.

In short, Berlin is a city with much to offer and where you can enjoy a good sporting holiday.

The Berlin Marathon is part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors along with the Tokyo, London, Boston, Chicago and New York marathons. The Chicago Marathon is, along with the Boston and New York Marathons, the circuit events held in the United States.

The Abbott Marathon Majors is a circuit for marathoners that began in 2006 with the idea of promoting the sport and increasing the interest of runners. And the runners who complete the circuit receive the Six Star Finisher Medal as recognition.

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