13. rbb Lauf Potsdamer Drittelmarathon 2016

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Potsdam (Germany), Sunday 24 April  2016

Glienicker Brücke - Glienicke Bridge, Potsdam, Germany (Copyright © 2013 Hendrik Böttger / Run International EU)

 

Named after the sponsoring public broadcaster rbb (Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg), the rbb Lauf draws a crowd of more than 2000 runners to the Glienicker Brücke which connects Berlin and the city of Potsdam, capital of Germany's state of Brandenburg.

The Glienicke Bridge has come to fame as the ‘Bridge of Spies’ where the United States and the Soviet Union exchanged prisoners during the Cold War.

The race is 14.065km long, which is a Drittelmarathon (13 marathon).

Starting and finishing at the bridge, the route is a single loop through Potsdam, a lively and very green city, surrounded by vast lakes. Formerly the residence of the Prussian kings and the German emperors, Potsdam is home to a large number of outstanding sights, first of all the parks and palaces of Sanssouci.

In 2015, the fastest finishers were Stefan Hendtke (44min 31sec) and Kathrin Hielscher (54min 52sec). The time limit to complete the course is two hours.


Country: Germany

Venue (Map): Potsdam

Date: 24 April 2016 (Sunday)

Race distance: 14.065km (13 marathon)

Start time: 10.00

Start/finish area: Glienicker Brücke (Glienicke Bridge)

Race centre: in the start area (on the day 7.30-9.50)

Entries: online or by fax (up to 19 April 2016); late entries on the day (7.30-9.30); reduced entry fees for young athletes

Entry fees: € 20/25/30 (up to 31 January/31 March/24 April 2016)

Timekeeping: EasyChip bib chip timing (included in the entry fees)

You get: finisher medal, certificate, drinks and fruit, supervised bag storage

Changing facilities: yes

Showers: no

Number of finishers 2015: 2086 runners and 30 walkers

Event website:

rbb-Lauf Potsdamer Drittelmarathon - Event website: http://rbb-lauf.de


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