FAQ 2021

FAQ - GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON 2021

Answers to frequently asked questions at a glance

  • Our plans for the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON (incl. Inline Skating) on August 22, 2021 are in full swing, and we are very much looking forward to finally being able to join you at the start again. Our safety and hygiene concept is in the works. Your health and the health of all participants remains our highest priority. Depending on the pandemic situation at the time of the event, we reserve the right to request your vaccination status or proof of a negative SARS Coronavirus-2 test for participation. We will provide all necessary information in a timely manner.


  • Depending on the pandemic situation at the time of the event, we reserve the right to request vaccination status or proof of a negative SARS Coronavirus-2 test for participation. If necessary, there will be on-site testing (details will be communicated in due course). Of course, there may be additional measures such as the wearing of masks etc. We will keep you informed about all of this in the run-up as well as during the event.


  • A postponement of your registration to 2022 is only possible if we have to officially cancel the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON on August 22, 2021. In this case additional services paid will be reimbursed.


  • If you are unable to compete because you have contracted COVID-19 or are in quarantine, your registration fee will only be refunded if you have taken out insurance to cover this.


  • If your travel is not possible, e.g. due to an entry ban for your country of origin, unfortunately your registration fee cannot be refunded. A refund can only be made if we have to officially cancel the event.


  • For many decades, 5 weeks before the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, the motto has been: Time for the Berlin Road Race – Die Generalprobe. This half marathon is a test of one's training condition for the marathon. Looking at the weather data from 2001 to 2019 on the respective race days in August, ideal running conditions can be found. On average, the lowest temperature was 13.4°C (56°F) and the daily highs were 23.8°C (75°F). The highs, however, were not reached until well after most participants crossed the finish line. Incidentally, at the height of summer in Germany, the warmest temperatures are reached between 5 pm and 6:30 pm. So, especially with an earlier start time, we are clear from a temperature perspective to hold the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON 2021. Further information can be found here under navigation starting time and time limit >>


Here >>  you will find all important information for your registration for the GENERALI BERLINER HALF MARATHON 2021 at a glance. 

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