This was the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2023
You didn't get to see Tigst Assefa's historic women's marathon world record, Eliud Kipchoge's 5th victory in Berlin and Amanal Petros' sensational new German record live at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2023?
No problem. Enjoy the highlights in our news clip!
Information from the SCC EVENTS world
Top athletes at the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON 2024
On 7 April 2024, the who's who of the endurance sports community will meet at the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON to kick off the season on the Spree. As the organiser of the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON, SCC EVENTS is delighted to welcome top athletes to the eagerly awaited races.
SCC EVENTS expresses condolences on the death of Kelvin Kiptum
As the organiser of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, SCC EVENTS was deeply shocked to learn of the fatal accident of marathon world record holder Kelvin Kiptum.
The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON - in a class of its own!
The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is one of the biggest and most popular marathons in the world. The team behind the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is also growing and growing and growing. We take a look behind the scenes and show which pieces of the puzzle make the overall "BMW BERLIN-MARATHON" picture perfect.
Heritage Plaque from World Athletics to Berlin and the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
In addition to Mayor Kai Wegner, Horst Milde and Uta Pippig as well as numerous runners took part in the ceremonial handover of the World Athletics Heritage Plaque on November 1, 2023. World Athletics is the umbrella organization for all national athletics federations.
GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON joins SuperHalfs Series
SCC EVENTS joins the SuperHalfs series from 2024 with the GENERALI BERLIN HALF MARATHON, one of the most iconic and beloved half marathons in the world. This groundbreaking development will expand the SuperHalfs series to six prestigious races, offering runners an extended time frame and a unique opportunity to achieve SuperMedal glory.
BMW BERLIN MARATHON - a race full of records
A day for the history books. Tigst Assefa ran across the finishing line at the Brandenburg Gate after sensational 2:11:53 hours, setting a fantastic new world record at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. Eliud Kipchoge became the record winner of the race. The Kenyan triumphed for the fifth time in Berlin, winning with a world-class time of 2:02:42 hours. Amanal Petros breaks German record.