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Lots of top stars are aiming for a win at the 2019 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Inline Skating


“Berlin is by far the best and largest inline marathon in the world. It’s the marathon everyone wants to win,” says Ewen Fernandez. He knows the feeling of being at the top of the podium. He won in 2011 and 2012 and would like to attack again this year. The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON has long been the absolute highlight of the inline season, and not only for the pros. When “Hells Bells” by AC/DC rings out at the start, there is no stopping the 5,081 amateur skaters from more than 60 countries as they set out on their journey of pure goose bumps on 42.195 kilometres through the capital.
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Ewen Fernandez, Bart Swings, Nolan Beddiaf (right to left)

Kenenisa Bekele at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON


On September 29, the elite of the marathon world will be at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. With the Ethiopian world class runners Guye Adola, Leul Gebrselassie, Sisay Lemma and Birhanu Legese, the men's race is strongly loaded. And now another top athlete has committed.
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Kenenisa Bekele at the 2016 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON

13 tips for your first inline skating marathon


Marathon – a challenge that no inline skater should miss out on. When else can you enjoy the cheers of 250,000 spectators? At this year's BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, we expect again about 1,000 newcomers who will skate their first ever marathon. Five and a half weeks before the start it is high time for the final touches. We’ll tell you what’s important in preparation, how to get the most out of your last days before the competition, and what’s important in the race.
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Speedy wheelchair race at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON


The elite field for the wheelchair race is being finalized. The women and men competing in the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON are the best in the world. Manuela Schär will again participate in the women’s race. The most successful female Swiss wheelchair athlete has already crossed the finish line four times in Berlin. Last year's winner, the Canadian Brent Lakatos (1:29:41 hours), and the second placed Marcel Hug (SUI) will come back to Berlin.
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Manuela Schar, the most successful female Swiss wheelchair athlete crossed the finish line in Berlin last year in a world record time.

Four national aces in the cards at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON


On September 29, the elite of the marathon world will be at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. But the top German field also holds some aces up its sleeve that hope to trump the competition on the streets of the capital. And these streets are not foreign to them. As Anna Hahner explained: “I will be standing at the starting line of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON for the fifth time, and I've never had the feeling that it's my home race as much as I do this year. This year I started running for the SCC EVENTS PRO TEAM and have spent a lot of training time in Berlin.
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Anna Hahner (SCC EVENTS PRO TEAM) will toe the starting line in Berlin for the 5th time

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