The 2018 marathon season is coming! Read why the Haspa Marathon Hamburg should be on your list.
Winter is coming, temperatures are dropping, it’s chilly and drak outside – this can affect your mood and motivation to run. It may be helpful to set a clear and specific goal now. Something, that you could look forward to, like the 33rd Haspa Marathon Hamburg on 29. April 2018.
Not quite convinced yet? Have a look at the best moments in Hamburg:
What is the Haspa Marathon Hamburg like?
The Haspa Marathon Hamburg is one of the most watched and fastest marathon races world-wide. The course record is set at 2:05:30 and is helf by Olympic Champion 2016 Eliud Kipchoge. He set the time in 2013, when he still was a little known distance runner. Hamburg was his marathon debut.
The Haspa Marathon is the oldest popular sporting event in Hamburg and Germany’s largest spring marathon. The course is a out-and-back sightseeing tour of the beautiful hanseatic city. The marathon in Hamburg is also known for the one-of-a-kind crowd support. People cheer you on all along the route and make the race a very special experience.
Why #RunTheBlueLine? The blue course line is painted on the roads every year in April to show the marathon runners the fastest way from start to finish. Hamburg was the first German marathon to start this tradition in 1986. Follow and run the blue line and you can’t get lost for sure!
More race info go here.
For the first time we have set the entry limit to 16.000 runners. So don’t wait too long and sign up now to take part in the 2018 marathon! With a clear goal to look ahead, training can be so much more fun.