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Generali Berlin Half Marathon on April 5th, 2020 is cancelled

14 Mar 2020 18:23
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Due to the general order according to the infection protection law § 28 / 1 (“§ 28 Abs. 1 Infektionsschutzgesetz”) (valid since March 12th, 2020) by the Borough Office (“Bezirksamt”) of Berlin Mitte and the general order according to the infection protection law § 28 / 1 (“§ 28 Abs. 1 Infektionsschutzgesetz (IfSG)”) by the Borough Office (“Bezirksamt”) of Berlin Tempelhof-Schöneberg

Berlin half marathon is canceled

12 Mar 2020 21:39
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Erick Kiptanui runs fifth fastest half marathon of all time

09 Apr 2018 00:00
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Results 2017: Berliner Halbmarathon

03 Apr 2017 09:12
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Gilbert Masai grinded past more than 25,566 runners to win in 00:59:57, followed by Vincent Kipchumba who finished with a time of 01:00:32. The third place went to Reubern Limaa with a time of 01:01:43 In the ladies race, it was Joan Melly who took the top spot in 01:08:45 . Edith Chelimo earned runner-up honors with a time of 01:08:57.

Results: Mengich sets personal best in Berlin

05 Apr 2016 13:40
Half Marathon results Richard Mengich (59:58) shaved a second from his personal best to win the 36th annual Berliner Halbmarathon. More than 31,500 runners completed Germany’s largest and fastest half marathon. Mengich finished fourth a year ago with a time of 59:59. Third in 2014. Simon Tesfaye secured second in this year’s race with a time of 1:01:00. He finished tenth

Results: Berlin Half Marathon

30 Mar 2015 14:15
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For his first half marathon, 21 year-old Ethiopian Birhanu Legese sprinted to the finish line to take the victory in 59:45. David Kogei from Kenya was defeated on the line and finished in 59:46. Abraham Cheroben also from Kenya, who was the favorite for the race only managed to take the third place in 59:49. In the women’s race, the victory

Komon Takes Berlin With Fastest Debut Half Marathon Ever

30 Mar 2014 16:50
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Running his debut at the distance Leonard Komon won the 34th Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON with a world-class time of 59:14, just edging out fellow-Kenyan Abraham Cheroben in a sprint finish. While 26 year-old Komon clearly missed the world record (58:23) he wanted to break, the Kenyan still had plenty to celebrate: His time is an unofficial world debut record. He

Leonard Komon sets world record in half marathon debut

30 Mar 2014 00:00
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Kenyans Jacob Kendagor and Helah Kiprop Win Vattenfall Berlin Half Marathon With Fast Times

09 Apr 2013 02:19
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Kenyans Jacob Kendagor and Helah Kiprop took the 33rd edition of the Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON. For the first time in his career Kendagor clocked a time of 59:36 minutes. It is the fifth fastest result in the world this year, discounting courses of those races that are not eligible for official records. Only the Ras Al Khaimah half marathon in