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Hella Hamburg Half Marathon

Quick facts

Location Hamburg, Germany

Distance Half marathon

Rescheduled to 27 Jun 2021

Previous date: 28 Jun 2020

About Hella Hamburg Half Marathon

The Hella Hamburg halfmarathon (hella hamburg halbmarathon) promises once again to be a spectacular sporting event for Hamburg. As one of the “pure” half marathon races in Germany, this classic city race leads past numerous Hamburg tourist attractions and is considered to be the fastest of the German summer half marathon races. The start will take place at 10 a.m. on the four-lane Reeperbahn, accompanied by the sound of samba drums and DJ support, while the skaters will head out on the course 30 minutes earlier.

Practicalities

Age Limit

16-years-old and older.

Timing

Only the BMS chip is used for the hella hamburg semi - marathon. An existing ChampionChip is not valid. Participation without a BMS chip is not possible.

Transport

Our shuttle buses will bring you from the race number distribution site at the event centre at the Alsterglacis (finish) to the start, or you may take the metro there (U3: St. Pauli).

Hella Hamburg Half Marathon Route Map

Hella Hamburg Half Marathon Route Map

Start:

Reeperbahn (Metro: U-Bahn St. Pauli)

Reeperbahn 44, 20359 Hamburg, Germany

Finish:

Rothenbaum Tennis Stadium

St.Petersburger Str., 20355 Hamburg, Germany

Difficulty

flat

Highlights

You will tour Hamburg from a new perspective: past the traditional Altona fish market, back past the enthusiastic spectators along the Reeperbahn, St. Pauli piers, the main train station, along the Aussenalster waterfront and from there down Rothenbaumchaussee to the finish. Hamburg’s local television station, Hamburg 1, will be broadcasting live, and we will celebrate together with sausage, beer and live music.

Overview

The course is an officially measured 21.0975 km point-to-point course, which is valid for being counted for a best time list. The course is flat, paved throughout and is kept clear of traffic during the race by police and volunteers. Every kilometre is clearly marked by signs.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.