Saturday 11 April 2020 - Cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak!
Held every year on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter, the Paderborner Osterlauf (‘Paderborn Easter Run’) is Germany's oldest road running event.
With around 8,000 finishers in three races (5k, 10k, half marathon) and many elite runners at the front of the field, it is also one of the most prestigious spring running events in the country.
The Osterlauf also offers children's races, a 5k for walkers and nordic walkers, and a half marathon for inline skaters.
Participants in the half marathon run two laps of an IAAF/AIMS-certified course through the northern part of Paderborn, an old university city of about 150,000 people in the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine-Westphalia).
The start/finish area is at the Sportzentrum Maspernplatz.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 5km: 2,826 runners
- 10km: 3,972 runners
- 21.1km: 1,222 runners
- 5km: 2,387 runners
- 10km: 3,866 runners
- 21.1km: 1,449 runners
74. Paderborner Osterlauf:
- 11 April 2020 (Saturday) - Cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak!
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