Munich (Germany), Saturday 29 April 2017
The Halbmarathon München is held in the Olympiapark, which was built for the Olympic Games 1972 in the northern part of Munich.
Entrants can choose between the 5km fun run (one lap), the 10km race (two laps) or the half marathon (four laps followed by a 1.1km loop).
Starting at the Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium, pictured above), the route passes many sports facilities as well as the former Olympisches Dorf (Olympic Village, pictured below).
The course is entirely asphalted and traffic-free. The difference between the lowest and the highest point on the course is 10 metres. Each lap features 20 metres of ascent.
Usually, the majority of the participants opt to go for the half marathon as the route is attractive and the time limit to finish the race is a generous three hours.
In 2016, Hirum Wandangi of Kenya (1:05:35) and British athlete Helen Dyke (1:27:49) led almost 700 half marathoners across the line. The 10k had 371 finishers. The 5k fun run drew 85 runners.
Venue (Map): Olympiapark, Munich
Date: 29 April 2017 (Saturday)
Start time and race distance:
- 9.35 — 500m (children born 2007 or later; without timekeeping)
- 9.40 — 1.6km (children born 2001-2006)
- 10.00 — 10km, 21.1km
- 10.04 — 5km fun run (without timekeeping)
Start and finish: at the Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) in the Olympiapark München
- Karstadt department store at the railway station, 4th floor (27 April 2017, 15.00-19.00)
- Olympiastadion (28 April 2017, 15.00-19.00; on the day from 8.00)
Entries: online (up to 23 April 2017), late entries on 27/28/29 April 2017 if the entry limit has not been reached
Entry fees (up to 15 Jan/13 Feb/6 March/23 April/29 April 2017)
- 5km: € 15/17/19/21/25
- 10km: € 18/20/22/25/29
- 21km: € 21/24/27/31/35
Timekeeping (1.6km, 10km, 21km): SAS chip timing (included in the entry fees)
You get: finisher T-shirt (to 5km/10km/21km runners, guaranteed only for entries up to 1 April 2017), a souvenir gift (to 1.6km runners), drinks on the course, snacks and drinks at the finish, certificate (online)
Changing facilities and showers: yes (in the Olympic Stadium)
Prizes (10km, 21km): to the first 3 men and 3 women, to the first 3 in each age group, and to the first 3 teams (3 runners per team)
Number of finishers 2017: 24 (500m), 18 (1.6km), 107 (5km), 273 (10km), 647 (21.1km half marathon)
Number of finishers 2016: 33 (500m), 17 (1.6km), 85 (5km), 371 (10km), 687 (21km)
No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page! Please visit the official event website to verify the above information.