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About the marathon

The Berlin Marathon is an annual 26.2-mile (42.2-km) footrace through the streets of Berlin that traditionally takes place in late September. The Berlin Marathon is considered to have the fastest course of the world’s six major marathons—a group that also includes the New York City, Boston, Chicago, London, and Tokyo marathons—and it has been the site of numerous world-record times since it was first held in 1974.

The marathon attracts runners from around the world because of how scenic, flat, and fast the course is. Looking at the Berlin Marathon map below, the 26.2 miles loop through the historic city of Berlin which means the race is more of a fun sightseeing tour for the runners.

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Our Berlin Marathon 2022 Runners

We’re delighted to introduce Shaun McEntee, Lynsey Christian, Megan Thomas, Andrew Marshall, Kerry Jones & Gary Shaughnessy (not pictured), who are supporting us by taking part in the 2022 Berlin Marathon and each pledging to raise an amazing £1,500 before this year’s marathon on 24th September 2022. We’re have a great mix of both experienced and novice runners, with some aiming for their personal best times (which Berlin is famous for), and some looking to complete their first or second ever marathons. We can’t wait to see how they get on!

Want to run for us?

want to run for us?

Why run for us?

  • The benefits of exercise on your mental health.
  • Raising money for us helps us and can change lives.
  • Raise awareness of the importance of mental health.
  • Personal motivation.
  • Having fun!

Want to run the Berlin Marathon for us?

Running a marathon and fundraising for charity has never been more popular and by doing so, it also has benefits for both you and us.

We have six places for the 2023 Berlin Marathon, and we will be holding a ballot to choose six lucky runners on the day of this year’s Berlin Marathon, 24th September 2022. If you’re one of the lucky six, all we ask is that you fundraise a minimum of £1,500 before you take part in the event.

The Course