Sunday 31 October 2021
The Frankfurt Marathon is a road running event held annually in late October in Frankfurt am Main, the fifth-largest city in Germany with a population of more than 750,000.
Regarded as one of Europe's most prestigious marathon races, the event has attracted a large number of world-class athletes.
The 42.195km route begins and ends at the Messe Frankfurt, one of the largest trade fair grounds in the world.
The start line is on Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage at the foot of the 257-metre-high Messeturm (pictured above) whereas the finish line is inside the Festhalle, a multi-purpose hall with a magnificent steel-and-glass dome, completed in 1909.
Map of the venue (blue: start; red: finish):
With a difference of about 28 metres between the lowest and the highest point on the course, the route is generally flat and fast, and many runners have set a personal record in Frankfurt.
The race is open to marathon runners and relay teams of four.
Number of finishers:
- 2020: Event cancelled
- 2019: 10,553 marathon runners and 1,611 relay teams
- 2018: 10,619 marathon runners and 1,694 relay teams
39. Frankfurt Marathon:
- 31 October 2021 (Sunday)
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