Berlin, Germany’s capital and cultural center is steeped in history. Alongside its incredible historic mark on Europe, Berlin is also known for its art scene, nightlife and modern architecture.
As a World Marathon Major, the BMW Berlin Marathon shows how running brings people together, with a route that takes you on a historic tour of Berlin, with a spectacular finish at the iconic 18th-century Brandenburg Gate. Known for its world marathon record time, the BMW Berlin Marathon has become popular with those seeking to set their own fastest marathon time.
Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele took the winning spot for the men with a time of 2.03.03 and the ladies winning spot was taken by Ethiopian Aberu Kebede with a time of 2.20.45.
41,283 runners from 122 countries entered the 43rd edition of the race, which belongs to the Abbott World Marathon Majors and is an IAAF Gold Label Road Race.