23. Hamburg Halbmarathon 2017

Hamburg (Germany), Sunday 25 June 2017

The Rickmer Rickmers museum ship in Hamburg, Germany (Author: Manfred Hartmann at German Wikipedia / public domain / photo cropped by runinternational.eu)


The Hamburg Halbmarathon is one of Germany's top half marathon races.

In 2016, Geoffrey Yegon of Kenya (1hr 1min 45sec) and his compatriot Antonina Kwambai (1hr 12min 47sec) led a record field of almost 8,000 runners across the finish line at the ‘Am Rothenbaum’, Germany's biggest tennis stadium.

The start is on the legendary Reeperbahn in Hamburg's red-light and amusement district, approximately 3.5km from the finish area.

At the time of writing this article, a course map for the 23rd edition of the half marathon had not yet been published.

In the last years, the race began with two laps through the St. Pauli quarter. Then, participants ran along the harbour (pictured), past the warehouses of the Speicherstadt (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), through the city centre and around the Außenalster lake. The route was mainly flat with some gentle slopes.

The time limit to complete the course will be, like before, three hours.


Country: Germany

Venue (Map): Hamburg

Date: 25 June 2017 (Sunday)

Race distance: 21.1km

Start time: 9.15 (inline skaters), 10.00 (runners)

Start: Reeperbahn (near U-Bahn St. Pauli)

Finish: Rothenbaumchaussee (near U-Bahn Hallerstraße)

Race centre: in the finish area (Friday 14.00-18.00, Saturday 12.00-18.00, on the day 7.00-8.30)

Entries: online or by post (up to 15 June 2017); late entries on 23/24/25 June 2017

Entry fees: € 32/36/40/44/50 (up to 30 Sep/31 Dec 2016/31 March/15 June/25 June 2017)

Timekeeping: BMS-Chip — rent a chip (€ 3) or buy a chip (€ 18)

You get: shuttle bus service from Rothenbaumchaussee to the start area (before the race), transport of personal clothing from the start to the finish area, drinks on the course, drinks and fruit in the finish area, finisher medal

Prizes: to the first 6 men and 6 women and to the winners of each age group

Showers, changing facilities, bag storage: yes

Number of finishers 2016: 7951 runners (4909 men, 3042 women), 480 inline skaters

Number of finishers 2017: 8283 runners (4986 men, 3297 women), 341 inline skaters

Event website (in German and English):

Hamburg Halbmarathon - Event website: www.hamburg-halbmarathon.de


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.