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EDP Lisbon Half Marathon

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Ort Lisboa, Portugal

Distanz Halbmarathon

Rescheduled to 09 Mai 2021

Previous date: 06 Sep 2020

Über EDP Lisbon Half Marathon

***This event has been POSTPONED from the March date because of the COVID-19 pandemic***

The EDP Lisbon Half Marathon is the most popular race in Portugal, gathering every year over 35.000 runners from all over the world.

Holder of the Half Marathon World Record (00:58:23), the EDP Lisbon Half Marathon challenges all the top runners to race it and beat the world record.

With a course along the river shore and a starting at the 25 de Abril bridge, EDP Lisbon Half Marathon joins participants from all ages, social status and running experience, becoming a major popular event.


Vodafone 10k

  • 10km

EDP Half Marathon

  • 21,098km



Half-marathon, 10k, 7k - 18


Checkpoints There will be checkpoint areas for the runners, being disqualified any athlete who: Isn’t properly registered; Does not wear the assigned race number Does not complete the full course.


All participants of Half-Marathon and Mini-Marathon will receive an official technical t-shirt and a participation medal (and other sponsors offers)Marathon & Half Marathon participants will receive a digital diploma with their official race time

Maximale Zeit



Water, sports drinks, fruits, from km 5 (2.5 km and every 2.5 km) and after the Finish Line.


Metro Transportes do Sul, Fertagus and Transportes Sul do Tejo are the only means of transporting the participants directly to the Start (Pragal). ATTENTION: From the Pragal station to the Bridge 25 de Abril’s tolls it’s about 15 minutes walking.Participants can use the public transportation (bus, train and subway) for free.

EDP Lisbon Half Marathon Routenkarte

EDP Lisbon Half Marathon Routenkarte


Tolls’ Square of the Bridge 25th April

Ponte 25 de Abril, Ponte 25 de Abril, Lisboa, Portugal



Jerónimos, Lisbon, Portagal




Lisbon's trademark seven hills are peppered across the cityscape like lofty guardians of colour and history. Capped by a collection of terraces known as miradouros (viewpoints), a must-see web of no-filter-necessary views over Lisbon, the Tejo and beyond is formed. Our favourite miradouros – Portas do Sol, São Pedro de Alcântara, da Graça, da Nossa Senhora do Monte, Santa Luzia and, of course, Castelo de São Jorge – all offer stunning spots to get your bearings and while away afternoons overs bicas (espresso), elegant glasses of Touriga Nacional or refreshing pitchers of sangria, while rubbernecking the city's stupendous horizons.


Tolls’ Square of the Bridge 25th April – Alcântara – Rua de Cascais (Pingo Doce) – Avenida 24 de Julho – Praça do Comércio. Once arrived at Campo das Cebolas (Largo do Terreiro do Trigo), the athletes turn in the opposite direction of traffic – through Praça do Comércio and Avenida 24 de Julho, towards Alcântara – Avenida da Índia (passing by the Jeronimos Monastery, towards Algés) and continue through Avenida Marginal (Avenida Ivens) almost up to Dafundo, where they return in the opposite direction of traffic, through the same arteries, up to Jerónimos, where the finish line is installed.

EDP Lisbon Half Marathon Wissenswertes

  • Lisbon Half Marathon is an annual international half marathon competition which is contested every March in Lisbon, Portugal. First held in 1991, the race has consistently delivered fast winning times.
  • It carries IAAF Gold Label Road Race status.The men's course record, set by Zersenay Tadese in 2010, is also the world record for the half marathon distance.The Lisbon Half Marathon is not to be confused with Portugal Half Marathon, another prominent half marathon race which is also held in Lisbon in September.
  • The current elite course of the half marathon begins in a small town on the north bank of the Tagus, no longer crossing the bridge, and the course is wide and flat from there on. Heading eastwards towards the city centre, the course passes the docks and traces a route alongside much of the city's historical architecture, including the Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery

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