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Stay cool - the final phase of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is underway!

Only a few days left, and the BMW BERLIN MARATHON 2019 will finally become a  reality on September 29th. You have most of your preparatory training behind you, the anticipation is growing. Now it’s time to stay cool and leave enough time for regeneration. As you plan for a successful marathon weekend in Berlin, it is time to turn your anticipation into energy. This newsletter will help you do that with tips for your training, informations to the event and an AWMM-Survey. 






CONTENTS




1. Training and health tips for the final weeks
2. Pick up your race documents IN PERSON!
3. Pick up your race documents as EARLY as possible!
4. Runners read: Literature Marathon on September 22.
5. Keep pushing your limits
6. Racing Toward a Healthy Finish 
7. Refreshing enjoyment for training breaks 
8. Finalizing your fuelling for race day
9. Run for a reason
10. Optimize your breathing technique
11. The Place to be
12. AWMM-Survey on BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
13. The new media partner
14. Let´s have a party


1.

Training and health tips for the final weeks

The closer you get to the big competition day, the more specific your training should be. This includes preparing for your food intake during the race. Even if you may not have felt a real need to eat during your workouts, you should try to get your body used to processing food while running. The availability of energy plays a crucial role in successfully completing a marathon. While you will have plenty of energy reserves stored in fats, your carbohydrate reserves are limited, and in general will be used up after 30 kilometres. Another challenge is fluid loss, which also limits performance and well-being. For these reasons, a well-planned carbohydrate and fluid intake is the “half the rent” on marathon day. Test now how your body handles gels, energy bars, iso drinks, bananas, etc, while running. You will find detailed information about the refreshments provided on the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON website.

2.

Pick up your race documents IN PERSON!

Each participant must personally pick up his race documents at the MARATHON EXPO in the hangars of the former Tempelhof Airport. The fair opens on Thursday, September 26th at  2 pm and closes at 7 pm on Saturday, Sept. 28th.Please note the following important info:

  1. The race documents must be picked up by each participant IN PERSON; it is not possible to pick up the race kits for groups or with power of attorney.
  2. You must present your start passport as well as a photo ID (identity card, passport, driver’s license)
  3. You will receive a soft wristband when you pick up your race number that you must have to enter the start area on the day of the event. Please only remove this access wristband after leaving the finish area. The durable, comfortable material also makes the band a nice memento.
  4. Transferring a race number will lead to disqualification!
3.

Pick up your race dokuments as EARLY as possible!

The greatest number of participants tend to pick up their race documents on Saturday between 11 am and 2 pm. Save your legs and nerves and avoid this time window. Those who come to the MARATHON EXPO on Thursday or Friday can avoid the lines and can shop in peace at the fair.

4.

Runners Read: Literature Marathon on September 22.

Traditionally, the Marathon Week is launched with the Literature Marathon. Join us for the 31st Literature Marathon in the Kunstfabrik “Schlot” on Sunday, Sept. 22, starting at 5 pm in Berlin-Mitte, Invalidenstraße 117. The following authors will be reading from their works, fresh from the press, on running in general and especially about the marathon: Andrea Löw, Dieter Franke and Uwe Prieser.

5.

Keep pushing your limits

A message from adidas:

Are you already preparing intensely for the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON? But perhaps sometimes you feel that you're lacking that little extra drive to keep pushing your limits over and over again? If your personal development is just as important to you as achieving that new personal best, then adidas Runners is the community for you. Together with a group of like-minded runners and coaches you will redefine your limits and train towards better and better performance. That'll give you the best possible preparation for the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. Master your runs with the community and join a global movement. For more informations, click here: www.adidas.de/adidasrunners

6.

Racing Toward a Healthy Finish

A message from Abbott:

The final countdown is on! Your big race is just days away. You have trained tirelessly. You are ready. At Abbott, we celebrate what people can achieve when they’re at their healthiest. We create life-changing technologies in diagnostics, medical devices and nutrition to help people live longer and better through good health.Good luck on race day. We’ll be cheering for you!

7.

Refreshing enjoyment for training breaks

A message from ERDINGER Alkoholfrei:

Rest periods for the body are an important factor when preparing for any event – and of course when training for the 46th BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. Our tip: a deliciously refreshing ERDINGER Alkoholfrei is the perfect way to start the regeneration phase after every run. In ERDINGER Alkoholfrei’s Active Blog, the professional athletes and experts of Team ERDINGER Alkoholfrei explain the principle of exertion and regeneration in training.

8.

Finalizing your fuelling for race day

A message from ultraSPORTS:

So what should you eat during the last week and on the morning of your BMW BERLIN- MARATHON in order to be top fit at the start line and get through the race energized? Marathon professional Philipp Pflieger and nutrition expert Dr. Wolfgang Feil recently discussed these topics during a live talk worth to be seen. If you haven’t yet, you should definitely watch the recording. One of the main tips: Have your own official test box ready for the race. Check out the video to find out why.

9.

Run for a Reason

A message from realbuzz:

Be one of the first people to reserve a race entry in the 2020 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON by running for one of our official partner charities. Fundraisers receive a guaranteed place, and don’t need to apply for the race entry drawing. Visit the official charity listings below to find out how you can secure your entry and support a cause close to your heart.
Find your charity entry today at www.realbuzz.com

10.

Optimize your breathing technique

A message from runtastic:

“You know that feeling, when you’re running, and suddenly get one of those side stitches that you can’t manage to get rid of? One possible reason for those pains could be inefficient, or even incorrect breathing technique. Find out how you can optimize your breathing technique so you can improve your running performance.”

11.

The Place to be

A message from Red Bull:

Be there: at KM 37 over 40,000 runners, handbikers and wheelchair users will be supplied with Red Bull mixed with water as a spritzer and will receive the energy they need for the last 5 kilometres of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. Cashmiri and Stimulus provide first class music and together with the adidas Runners we have the most spectacular cheering spot of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2019. So grab your friends and rock Nollendorfplatz together!

12.

AWMM-Survey on BMW BERLIN-MARATHON

Abbott World Marathon Majors are conducting a survey to learn more about a few important topics pertaining to the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON and its key partners, and we'd love your feedback. This survey should take 8-10 minutes and all responses are completely confidential. Start the Survey. Thank you for your continued support!  

13.

The new media partner



A message from Tagesspiegel: 

The race results of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON will be published exclusively in a special supplement in the newspaper Tagesspiegel directly after the event on Monday, September 30. The supplement is also available online as e-paper at ikiosk.de

Der Tagesspiegel is the leading medium in Germany’s capital Berlin.
It has the largest circulation of any newspaper in the capital region and the highest number of online visits in the news section in Berlin with more than 10 years of growing market share. It is one of the most cited newspapers in Germany and reaches more political decision-makers than all national newspapers together. The paper’s Latin motto “Rerum cognoscere causas” (“To get to the bottom of things”) emphasizes its independent, liberal position. The Tagesspiegel is part of the D. v. Holtzbrinck publishing group, just like DIE ZEIT, Handelsblatt and Wirtschaftswoche.


14.

Let´s have a Party

You are still fit and in party mood? The party is the best opportunity for the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Community and their friends to celebrate and indulge in a successful raceday. The best athletes will be present and join the celebrations. A party voucher for free entry is included in the participant information booklet (please take it with you!). Tickets for friends and family can be purchased on-site (6 Euros). When: September 29, 2019 from 8:00 p.m. -  where: KOSMOS, Karl-Marx-Allee 131A, 10243 Berlin






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