News Archive

News Archive

Sep 2002

BM 02: Kenyan men again ruled

Kenyan men again ruled another world class marathon, when the little known

Raymond Kipkoech beat world silver medallist colleague, Simon Biwott in an

unofficial 2hr 06min 47sec, the ninth fastest in history. Biwott clocked

2.06.49, with another unknown Kenyan, Vincent Kipsos in third in 2.06.53.


Jun 2002

Entry limit almost reached

While entries for inline skaters had to be closed some time ago, the number of

runners registered for the race has almost reached the organisation’s

self-imposed limit of 33,000, too. This means that our online entry facility

will be closed very soon now. So use the last chance and register now -

via davengo.

In general, places in this year’s real,- BERLIN-MARATHON will be fully

allocated much earlier than in previous years, since a large number of

international travel agencies have confirmed...

Apr 2002

Only 500 entries for skaters remaining

Entries for the skating competition as part of the 29th real,- BERLIN-MARATHON, on 29 September 2002, are becoming scarce. Due to the high demand for race numbers, potential competitors are advised to speed their registrations: Only 500 race numbers are still available, which is why our online registration site will have to be closed very soon now.

With 6,105 inline skaters at the starting line in 2001, the real,- BERLIN-MARATHON has developed into the biggest skaters’ marathon in the world....

Mar 2002

Less than 2,000 entries still available for skaters

With more than six months to go until the running of the 29th real,-

BERLIN-MARATHON, on 29 September 2002, the number of places left for inline

skaters is dwindling fast already.

So you better hurry if you want to be in the starting line-up, as only about

2,000 more entries can be accepted now. At this point, more than 4.000 inline

skaters have filed their registration. With last year’s number of inline

skaters in excess of 6,000, the real,- BERLIN-MARATHON has become the biggest