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Top class race with Eliud Kipchoge and Guye Adola expected at BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
On September 25, the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2022 will take place on the streets of the German capital. The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is one of the most prestigious running events in the world. This year, the organisers of SCC EVENTS are expecting over 45,000 runners from around 150 nations, which will build on the successful numbers from before the COVID pandemic. In addition to this trend-setting development for mass sports, SCC EVENTS is also announcing an exciting scoop from the world of top sports...
Sheila Kiprotich Chepkirui breaks course record at GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON
Sheila Kiprotich Chepkirui produced the performance of the day, breaking the course record of the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON.
Elite runners go for records at the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON 2022
Germany’s major half marathon returns to its traditional spring date for the first time since 2019: The 41st GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON will be started on Sunday. Due to the Corona pandemic the race had to be cancelled in 2020 and was then moved to August in 2021. A total of 33,336 athletes from 121 nations including all events have registered for the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON which features a start and finish near the Brandenburg Gate.
The Key Visual of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2022
Every year we create a key visual for the current edition of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. A key visual is a visualisation for an action or an event. This "key visual" is intended to generate emotions and thus create proximity to the action or, in our case, to the event, the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is in constant exchange with its community. Therefore, it is absolutely clear to us that our community of runners, skaters, handbiker and wheelchair competitors must be involved in the...
Women's Race Berlin - by strong women, for strong women
Today, World Cancer Day, is a good day to look at the following facts and take notice. Every year, about 500,000 people in Germany are diagnosed with cancer. That number is shocking. Fortunately, cancer is being better detected and earlier. The associated chances of recovering are encouraging, as are the possibilities in terms of prevention. Sport and exercise help to reduce the consequences of the disease and aid in its treatment. One of the most common forms of cancer is breast cancer. Cancer...
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