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Record races at BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2022
Eliud Kipchoge crowned the 48th edition of the BMW BERLIN MARATHON with a world record of 2:01:09 hours. The 37-year-old Kenyan thus improved his own best time, which he had run in Berlin 2018, by exactly half a minute. Eliud Kipchoge was at times even on course for a dream time of under 2:00:00 hours, but was unable to maintain this fabulous pace.
Eighths victory and spectacular course record for Bart Swings at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Inlineskating
After only 56:45 minutes the Belgian Bart Swings crossed the finish line and set a new course record. At the same time, the Powerslide athlete secured his eighth victory at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Inlineskating. The winner of the women's race was Marie Depuy. The Frenchwoman - also Team Powerslide - needed 1:11:19 hours. A total of 4,153 registered skaters provided a great demonstration of inline sports on the streets of the capital.
Press-event week schedule of the 2022 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON (incl. livestream for pc)
Press conference presentation elite athletes part 1
Date: September 22, 2022
Clock: ca. 11.00 a.m.
Participants: Elite women (Keira D'Amato [USA], Vibian Chepkirui [KEN], Rosemary Wanjiru [KEN] and, as guests, the European Championship team gold medallists Deborah und Rabea Schöneborn [Marathon Team Berlin]), elite inline skater (Felix Rijhnen [GER], Viktor Thorup [DK], Michelle Uhrig [GER]), Jürgen Lock (CEO SCC EVENTS), Mark Milde (Race Director)
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World-class women's field and other tops at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
SCC EVENTS, organiser of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, recently announced the start of double Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge (KEN) and the winner of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON 2021 Guye Adola (ETH) in the German capital. The field of top female runners is just as strong, promising an exciting race, as do the line-ups of wheelchair athletes, hand cyclists and skaters.
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