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The Berlin Marathon 2018

14 - 17th September 2018 |
Location: Berlin

Distance: Marathon (26.2 miles)

Grading: 4 ?

Registration opening: Sold Out!

Registration fee: £335

Minimum sponsorship: £500

Looking to beat your personal best?

Then the Berlin Marathon is for you!

It's an amazing event to take on and with its famously flat route, you could achieve it!

26.2 miles around a wonderful, vibrant urban city steeped in history and stunning landmarks. Power Walking this fantastic route will take you past the Reichstag and the Berliner Dam, starting and finishing at the famous Brandenburg Gate!

This is an unforgettable journey from start to finish, where you can truly test yourself and achieve this incredibly speedy goal...

... can you do it? YES you can!

 

 

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Yes it was fast but that made it even more of a challenge!- Jane Thatcher

Challenge yourself!

The Berlin Marathon has a time limit of 6 hours 15 minutes, so your aim is to be walking at a pace of 14 minute miles by September 2018.  

This is more than possible with a commitment to training! With Walk the Walk's training techniques and top tips from kit to nutrition, this Marathon and speed are achievable... whether a long distance walker or simply looking to improve your time over your other classic marathons... this one is for you!

Think, Believe, Achieve... trust us... it will be worth it! 

 

 

 

Extract from Maria’s Berlin Marathon

Over half way and I’m counting down. A half marathon, a 10k, a 5k, a school run… By now, I had slowed, but I was still walking strongly. Faster than many runners now who were managing a few steps at a time. The happy sight of the Brandenburg Gate was in front of me. 

Under the arch and there’s the 42km marker with the finish line just beyond. The crowd was cheering, and I waved and punched the air.

I strode purposefully over the line like the green Ampelmann. A triumphant green Ampelmann! A triumphant green Ampelmann in a bra!

 

This was my first time in Germany and the thing that struck me most was how well organised everything was.- Nina

Any questions?

If you have any questions about The Berlin Marathon, please get in contact with the Unique Challenges Team.

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