Registration for the 41st BMW BERLIN MARATHON 2014 will open on September 30, 2013
As last year the 40,000 spots for the BMW BERLIN MARATHON sold out in just three and a half hours, there will be a new registration process for next year’s 41st BMW BERLIN MARATHON.
There will be a pre-registration phase that will be open from September 30 to October 14, in which everyone who wishes to participate can submit his or her data. On October 30, there will be a random selection of participants from the pool of registrants to receive starting spots for the 41st BMW BERLIN MARATHON 2014.
Those who are selected will then receive notification with a registration code. The binding registration must then be completed between November 4 - 11, 2013. Any spots that are not confirmed during this time period will be offered according to the order in which they were randomly selected. These remaining spots must be confirmed by the binding reservation between November 25 and December 2, 2013.
Pre-registration from September 30 to October 14
Preregistration opens at noon on Monday, September 30. You have 14 days to register. For the registration you must provide your full name, date of birth, and email address. If you attempt to submit multiple registrations they will be deleted by the system. After registering, every participant will receive an email confirmation.
The 41st BMW BERLIN MARATHON will take place on September 27-28, 2014.
New: The organisational fee for everyone—runners, wheelchair competitors and hand cyclists alike—will be 98 Euros.
Jubilee Club members don´t have to participate in this registration process. They will receive further information about their regisration process well ahead.
Inline Skaters can register as usual until August next yer.
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