Berlin holds an historic mark on Europe. Steeped in history, this iconic city is a must see. Known for its nightlife, architecture and art scene Berlin has plenty on offer and is the ideal place to mix a running trip with plenty of exploring to do along the way.
First held in 1985, the Berlin Half Marathon attracts around 30,000 runners every year, with a superb 200,000 spectators cheering you through the historic streets along the way.
2017 Report – Kenyans Gilbert Masai (59.57) and Joan Melly (68.45) with a personal best took the 37th edition of the Berlin Half Marathon 2017. While Masai was among the top favourites, late-entrant Joan Melly was an unexpected winner. 34,004 runners from 106 nations entered Germany’s biggest and fastest half marathon race.