Even though there are still more than nine months remaining until the 28th MUNICH MARATHON on October 13th, 2013, many runners are already excited for the start of registration for the German running event.
Online PR News – 03-January-2013 – Munich, Germany – Just one hour after the opening of online registration, the first 500 participants were already recorded. The interest in the Bavarian marathon has never been greater.
What is new in 2013?
In comparison to last year, there are a few new things to consider during the weekend of the MUNICH MARATHON. Just like before 2012, the exhibition to the event will take place on three whole days, from Friday, October 12th 2013, to Sunday, October 14th 2013. Moreover, the different disciplines have new limits regarding the number of participants: the limit of the half marathon is 6,000 participants, of the 10 km-run it is 4,000 starters, and at the marathon relay only 600 teams can register; though the full marathon itself has no participation limits.
German Marathon Championships 2013 in Munich
After the exciting competitions at the German Marathon Championships of the German Athletics Association 2012, with a track record among the women by Susanne Hahn (2:32:11) and the win at the men’s race by the debutant Simon Hamann (2:19:46), Munich is also venue of the German Marathon Championships in 2013.
Runners can register now for all disciplines at www.muenchenmarathon.de.
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About the MUNICH MARATHON
Since 2000, the MUNICH MARATHON has been organised by runabout MÜNCHEN MARATHON GmbH (former medien marathon münchen GmbH). The traditional running event takes place every year, always one week after the Oktoberfest, and is one of Germany’s Top 5 marathon events. In Southern Germany, the MUNICH MARATHON is the number one. Up to 20,000 runners participate every year. The track leads along the most important sights of the Bavarian capital, and ends with the finish at the Munich Olympic Stadium. The program around the run consists of a marathon exhibition (two days) in the Event-Arena at the Olympiapark with about 45,000 visitors, a pasta party and an international Trachtenlauf (traditional costume run) one day before the marathon.