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Two and a half weeks until the 2019 GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON

For the last two and a half weeks before the start, you shouldn’t try any new experiments. Missed training (due of flu, injury etc.) cannot be forced in the time remaining. Instead, just continue to train as planned. If you got new shoes for the half marathon, they should be worn in by now.


1. New location for both the start and finish
2. The 2019 GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON magazine is now online
3. HALF MARATHON EXPO on Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6
4. Shopping online and at the HALF MARATHON EXPO
5. Running for the good cause with GENERALI
6. adidas launching the Recode Running Festival
7. Motivation boost for the final stretch with ERDINGER Alkoholfrei


New location for both start and finish

The start and finish area is now located on Strasse des 17. Juni, between the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Federal Chancellery. The start will take place on Strasse des 17. Juni about 400 metres in front of the Siegessäule (Victory Column). The route has not changed much: only at 5.5 km at Kaiserdamm and on the last section from Leipziger Strasse via Gendarmenmarkt and Unter den Linden to the finish line, which is located just 150 metres after you pass through the Brandenburg Gate.


The 2019 GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON magazine is now online

While there are still a few days until the firing of the starting shot, you can get psyched for the big event with the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON 2019 programme booklet. On 68 pages, you will find tips for runners and spectators, information about the supporting programme, the HALF MARATHON EXPO and the inline skater race, as well as everything you need to know about the elite field of Germany's biggest spring race. Click here for the online version. Every participant can also pick up a free paper copy at the HALF MARATHON EXPO.


HALF MARATHON EXPO on Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6

Opening hours of the HALF MARATHON EXPO are Friday, April 5, 11 am to 8 pm and Saturday, April 6, 9 am to 6.30 pm in the hangars of the former Tempelhof Airport.

- Wristbands will be handed out on the covered tarmac before entering the hangars on presentation of a start pass and photo ID (government-issued identity card, driver’s license or passport).

- The race materials in Hall 6 can only be given to participants upon presentation of the wristband.- For security reasons, bags and suitcases larger than hand luggage may not be brought onto the exhibition grounds. Larger bags can be stored for the 2 Euros in front of the entrance to the HALF MARATHON EXPO.

- The exclusive lounge with Italian pasta buffet is located in the Airbase airport restaurant at the HALF MARATHON EXPO and will be open on Friday, April 5 from 12:00 am to 7 pm and on Saturday, April 6 from 12 am to 5:30 pm. Participants who booked the Pasta Lounge together with their registration will gain access through the VIP guest list. Any other guests at the HALF MARATHON EXPO can also enjoy the Italian pasta selection for 25 Euros—provided there is enough space in the lounge.


Shopping online and at the HALF MARATHON EXPO

The GENERALI BERLINER HALF MARATHON collection for women and men can be purchased online and at the HALF MARATHON EXPO. Hangar 5 also has a Second Season Sale with items from the 2017 and 2018 collections at super low prices, as well as outdoor event shirts priced by kilo, ideal for clubs, groups, etc. we’re almost giving them away!


Running for a good cause with GENERALI

A message from GENERALI:

Support with your run "The Human Safety Net", a global movement of Generali to help disadvantaged people. The programs address societal challenges with the aim of promoting human potential. Become part of this movement and support The Human Safety Net by running through the donation gate at KM 19.5 at Mohrenstrasse and donate 2 euros for three selected social projects in Berlin. Here you’ll find more about the social projects of The Human Safety Net.


adidas launching the Recode Running Festival

A message from adidas:

Runners from across the globe are forging a new urban running culture, defined by bold creative expression and brought together through community. These runners are pushing the limits on how far we can take the sport. To celebrate this adidas is launching the Recode Running Festival. It will present community-based-films which will showcase the unique personalities, cultures and styles emerging in this new running era. Purchase your ticket for the event at Kino International on 5th April.


Motivation boost for the final stretch

A message from ERDINGER Alkoholfrei:

21.1 km are a real sporting challenge. Towards the end of the race, legs can start to hurt as stamina runs low. The ERDINGER Alkoholfrei PowerZone is there to help by giving all runners an extra motivation boost for the final stage of the race. And we also have a tip for your preparation efforts: our Active Blog! You can find professional know-how here about all aspects of sport, fitness and health. By the way: on Saturday, 6 April, at 10.30 a.m., Ironman double world champion Patrick Lange will be revealing his secrets of success at the ERDINGER Alkoholfrei booth (Hangar 6 - booth number 6.031). Well worth stopping by for

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