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REWE is official nutrition partner of the “Berlin läuft”-series

REWE is official nutrition partner of the “Berlin läuft”-series

Running for your successful start at Berlin läuft! a healthy diet is at least as important as a good training plan. In the more than 150 REWE markets in Berlin you get everything you need. Our stars in the range: crisp fruits and vegetables and many other products from our own brand REWE Bio. Discover up to 700 items in our markets, online on Rewe or in the REWE app!

By the way: The 3 fastest winner relaies award REWE with 15 shopping vouchers worth 50 euros each.

Berlin Senate largely repeals hygiene regulations

Berlin Senate largely repeals hygiene regulations

Dear Berlin runners,

Berlin has adjusted the corona restrictions on April 1, 2022. According to the new regulations, there are NO corona status checks at the S 25 Berlin anymore. We will comply with the regulations in force at the time during the run.

We are very pleased that everyone can now participate at the S 25 Berlin again!

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SportScheck- official running partner

SportScheck- official running partner

Look forward to lots of highlights at the SportScheck booth on the event surface: In addition to a professional running shoe consultation with Footscan, the latest running shoes from top brands such as adidas, Nike or HOKA await you.

Discover the sports watches from Garmin and Polar – and test a top model live during your run for free. Be in time for the loan before the run at our booth and convince yourself of its functions! Only while stocks last.

You want to prove your speed? Then join our tapping challenge and surely you will get a 10 Euro shopping voucher, the ingenious sports bag or the super soft hose scarf. At the SportScheck finish sheet we shoot your very personal memory photo. Additionally, enjoy an exclusive hose scarf.

And we are also at your side when preparing for your run: Discover the right equipment for taking your training to the next level. With the code BerlinS25 you can save an exclusive 10 Euro discount * on your next online purchase SportScheck.

* Redeemable once from a purchase value of 50 € on sportscheck.com valid until 15.05.2022. Excluding electronic articles and articles with direct shipping by partner. Cannot be combined with other promotions or advantage coupons. Not redeemable when buying gift certificates and event tickets.

S 25 running party with an attractive supporting programme at the S 25 Berlin on May 15, 2022

S 25 running party with an attractive supporting programme at the S 25 Berlin on May 15, 2022

This year, Germany’s oldest city run is significantly expanding the supporting programme for young and old: On the forecourt of the Olympic Stadium, there will be a stage show with music, award ceremonies and interviews, a children’s play and exercise course, food trucks, partner stands, the medal engraving, merchendise stands and a “chillout area”.

There are routes over ten kilometers, the half marathon distance, the traditional 25 kilometers as well as a relay competition for teams (5×5 kilometers) and a children’s run over 2 kilometers.

More information about the run can be found on our homepage.
Click here to register!

The online registration opens

The online registration opens

Dear runner,

finally the time has come – from now on you can secure your starting places for the Berlin läuft! – series! Become part of our running family and join us at the starting line on the following dates:

S 25 Berlin – May 15, 2022
VOLVO Tierparklauf – September 10th and 11th, 2022
The Great 10K – October 16, 2022
Airport Night Run – will follow soon

Click here to register:

S 25 Berlin

VOLVO Tierparklauf

The Great 10K

What can you expect in 2022?
The program again includes four great races in the sports metropolis of Berlin – with very different highlights and special distances. After the re-start in 2021, we want to take the great atmosphere and many other points with us into the new year. At the same time it is our goal to become even better and to offer you something new.

What’s new in 2022?
For example, that we further expand the children’s runs. We want to maintain the special atmosphere of the children’s races and at the same time enhance the sporting value of the events. From now on, we will offer a division according to age groups – and finally there will also be timekeeping as with the big ones.
Speaking of timing: Starting in 2022, a Berlin-based company will take over the timing. The cooperation with davengo GmbH allows us and you a higher flexibility in registration and timing and expands the offer. When you register for the first time, you will need to create a new account. In the future you will be able to transfer your starting place to another person independently and free of charge.
The timing is done by means of easychip transponder. You will receive this automatically with your race number and wear it on your shoelace. The chip is only used once for the individual run. It does not have to be bought or rented.

We hope you like the new features!

Do you have any further questions?
You can reach us at 030- 30 111 86 44 or by mail at info@berlin-laeuft.de.

All participants whose starting places have been transferred to the next year or who receive a 25% voucher will be notified by e-mail in the course of the week.

We look forward to your registration – and wish you a wonderful pre-Christmas season!

Your
Berlin läuft! team

P.S.: Have you already collected all your presents? In our online store you can find beautiful gift vouchers in Christmas design. Choose your distance under Startplätze verschenken and order the design. We will send you your voucher with a Freistartcode by mail.

Party atmosphere at the big S 25 anniversary in Berlin: Deborah Schöneborn and Hendrik Pfeiffer became second.

Party atmosphere at the big S 25 anniversary in Berlin: Deborah Schöneborn and Hendrik Pfeiffer became second.

Germany’s oldest city run celebrates its 40th birthday with almost 8,000 participants. Thijs Nijhuis and Liliana Dragomir win over 25 kilometers. Canoeing world champion Conrad Scheibner starts in the relay. Detailed hygiene concept makes event possible.


Nearly 8,000 enthusiastic runners celebrated the 40th anniversary of the “S 25 Berlin” this Sunday morning, turning the heart of the capital into a joyous birthday party. Thijs Nijhuis from Denmark, the Tokyo Olympian in the marathon, completed the 25 kilometers fastest. He needed 1:17:12 hours. Liliana Dragomir from Romania won the women’s race in 1:30:53 hours. Hendrik Pfeiffer (TV Wattenscheid 01) and Deborah Schöneborn (LG Nord Berlin) each finished second.


Over the 25 kilometers from Berlin’s Olympic Stadium to the city center, past numerous sights and back, Thijs Nijhuis broke away from the field early on and had a cushion of 23 seconds after eleven kilometers. The marathon participant from this year’s Olympic Games lost some of this advantage on the second half of the course, but finally crossed the finish line on the blue track in the Olympic Stadium in first place after 1:17:12 hours. Hendrik Pfeiffer followed eleven seconds behind in second place. Behind him a larger group had formed from which local hero Fabian Clarkson (SCC EVENTS Pro Team Berlin; 1:21:13 hours) secured third place in the final sprint.


In the women’s race, Berlin’s Deborah Schöneborn could only follow the men in her S 25 debut. Romanian Liliana Dragomir, last year’s half marathon world championship participant, had an early gap and ran out an unchallenged victory in 1:30:53 hours. Schöneborn finished second, almost three minutes behind the 18th-placed marathon runner at the Olympic Games, in the first half of the course. Maja Seidel from Berlin was third in 1:41:25 hours.


Almost 8000 participants were at the start of the 40th edition of the S 25 with the main race, half marathon, ten kilometer, relay and children’s races. Among them was Wolfgang Paech from Berlin, who participated in all 40th editions – this year over ten kilometers.
Race director Martin Seeber summed up: “In these challenging times, major sporting events are anything but a matter of course. It’s great to see so many big and small sports enthusiasts on the streets of Berlin again. We have received a lot of positive feedback from the runners, who are very grateful that they were able to run with us were able to run in a competition again. And it is just as great how exemplary all participants adhered to the hygiene concept. Fantastic weather and a great atmosphere played their part in a successful event.”
The basis of the organizers’ hygiene concept was the Tested Vaccinated Recovered (3G) rule. Only vaccinated, recovered or tested persons were allowed on the premises and to the run, and an FFP2 or medical mask had to be worn until shortly before the start. Martin Seeber adds: “We are pleased that our strict hygiene concept was implemented so smoothly. The runners really behaved in an exemplary manner and celebrated this special anniversary exuberantly. I would like to thank everyone who made this possible very much.”

Juliana Rößler and Conrad Scheibner successful with relays


Prominent athletes at the finish line were also Juliana Rößler, successful Special Olympics canoeist and athlete spokesperson for the Berlin 2023 Games, and canoeing world champion Conrad Scheibner. Both ran into the Olympic Stadium as the final runners of the relay teams of the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023 and thus provided a wonderful sign on the topic of inclusion.


“S 25 Berlin” 40 years ago: Pioneer for city runs in Germany


The 40th edition of the S 25 Berlin once again transformed the heart of the capital into a joyous birthday party and an unforgettable sightseeing tour for top and amateur runners. The athletes started at the Olympic Stadium and ran – after the “stations” Victory Column, Brandenburg Gate, German and French Cathedral, Potsdamer Platz, Kurfürstendamm, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Radio Tower – on the famous blue track in the Olympic Stadium to the finish line. On offer were distances of ten kilometers, the half-marathon distance, the traditional 25 kilometers as well as a relay competition for teams (5 x 5 kilometers) and a children’s race.


1981 Hand in hand to the finish line / Since 1990 it’s been all over Berlin


40 years ago, the starting signal for the running movement in German cities was given in Berlin: On May 3, 1981, the “25 km de Berlin” was the first city run in Germany. French Major Jaques Bride once had the idea for a 25-kilometer run in the middle of the divided city. In 1981, the French Allies wanted to use the race to document their friendly ties to the people of Berlin. The premiere was a great success with over 3,000 participants. The first winners of the “25 km de Berlin” came from Turkey and France: Mehmet Yurdadön and Mehmet Terzi ran hand in hand to the finish line in the Olympic Stadium after 1:16:59 hours. Frenchwoman Yonille Audibert won in 1:36:35. Over the years, the times got better and better and the fields of participants larger and larger. In 1990, about half a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 14,300 athletes ran through the whole of Berlin for the first time – past the city’s biggest sights. The now traditional route is also considered particularly fast. Several world records have already been celebrated. In 2012, for example, Kenyan Dennis Kimetto ran the 25 kilometers in 1:11:18 hours. His world record time is still unbeaten. Since 2017, after Berliner Sparkasse became the main sponsor, the race has been called S 25 Berlin.

These are the winners

TOP 3

25 km

Women

  1. Liliana Dragomir (Rumänien) 1:30:53
  2. Deborah Schöneborn (LG Nord Berlin) 1:33:46
  3. Maja Seidel (Team Berliner Pilsner) 1:41:25

Men

  1. Thijs Nijhuis (Dänemark) 1:17:12
  2. Hendrik Pfeiffer (TV Wattenscheid 01) 1:17:23
  3. Fabian Clarkson (SSC EVENTS Pro Team Berlin) 1:21:13

Half marathon

Women

  1. Lena Sommer (Centerscape Deutschland GmbH & Co KG) 1:22:16
  2. Dr. med. Stefanie von Mechow (SCC Berlin) 1:26:11
  3. Linda Weißler (Btc) 1:30:45

Men

  1. Marcel Krieshoff (Berlin) 1:10:57
  2. Björn Trochim (Berlin Track Club) 1:13:20
  3. Magnus Skaar (Familien Skaar) 1:14:44

10 km

Women

  1. Esther Jacobitz (ASV Köln) 35:15
  2. Fanny Pruvost (AC Audomarois) 35:31
  3. Julia Ellinor Nilsson (Malmö) 36:06

Men

  1. Frank Schauer (Tangermünder Elbdeichmarathon) 29:44
  2. Antonin Marquant (AC Audomarois) 30:08
  3. Niels Michalk (LG Nord Berlin) 30:36
Win 10 free starts for the S 25

Win 10 free starts for the S 25

Together with our title sponsor, Berliner Sparkasse, we are giving away 10 free starts for the S 25 Berlin on 10 October 2021 (10-kilometre distance). To win, all you have to do is send us the right answer to the following question!

QUESTION

Which birthdays will the S 25 celebrate this year?

THE RULES OF THE GAME

  • The competition starts on Friday, 24 September 2021 at 12:00 and ends on Sunday, 03 October 2021 at 23:59
  • 10 free starts for the 10-kilometre distance at S 25 on 10.10.2021 will be raffled off among all participants
  • Send your answer and full name to info@berlin-laeuft.de with the subject “Berliner Sparkasse Competition”
  • By sending the e-mail, you agree to the participation and data protection regulations
  • The winners will be informed by e-mail on 4 October
  • The free start codes will be sent to you by e-mail

Volunteering at S 25 Berlin: Become an anniversary ambassador and win VIP packages!

40 years ago, the starting signal for the running movement in German cities was given in Berlin: On 3 May 1981, the “25 km de Berlin” was the first city run in Germany. On 10 October 2021, the 40th edition of the S 25 Berlin, as the popular run is now called, will once again transform the heart of the capital into an unforgettable sightseeing tour for top and amateur runners.

Even if you don’t run along, you can now make the big birthday of the S25 Berlin your event and take part as a volunteer! For your help as a course guard or helper with the clothing bag distribution, at the refreshment points or at the finish in the Olympic Stadium, we make you the anniversary ambassador of the S 25 Berlin: In addition to the helper shirt, you will receive an expense allowance of 15 euros and a free ticket for the ISTAF INDOOR 2022.

This year’s highlight: We are also giving away a large VIP package among all anniversary volunteers. Three volunteers will win two VIP tickets for the ISTAF INDOOR on 4 February 2022 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin. You will experience world-class athletics live, food and drinks included.

Create a volunteer account and participate

Register now as a Berlin läuft! volunteer in our volunteer database https://helfer.berlin-laeuft.de/ and be right in the middle of the action. Anyone who is at least 16 years old, who meets the “3G rules” and wants to take responsibility, can be there. It starts on October 10 between 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. End at 2 p.m. at the latest.

For clubs and school classes, participation in the volunteer program of the S 25 Berlin is doubly worthwhile: Groups receive 10 euros per volunteer for the team or class fund in addition to the personal expense allowance. Simply send an e-mail to Helferteam@berlin-laeuft.de and we will then send you the necessary volunteer list to fill out together (you will then be registered as a group in our helper database).

We are looking forward to a great event with you!!

Halbzeit bei Berlin läuft! und ein großes Jubiläum steht bevor

Halbzeit bei Berlin läuft! und ein großes Jubiläum steht bevor

Liebe Läuferinnen, liebe Läufer,

am vergangenen Wochenende haben wir erfolgreich den zweiten Lauf der Berlin läuft!-Serie – den VOLVO Tierparklauf – durchgeführt.

Bevor es am 10. Oktober mit dem 40 jährigen Jubiläum des S 25 Berlin und am 30. Oktober mit dem Airport Night Run weitergeht, steht diesen Sonntag ein 100 jähriges Jubiläum bevor – das ISTAF Berlin.

Mit dem Code „BERLINLAEUFT-J6Q45R“ erhaltet Ihr 20% Rabatt auf die Tickets der Kategorie 2 bis Kategorie 5. Die Tickets könnt Ihr bis zum 12. September um 17:00 Uhr  über eventim buchen.

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Das ISTAF wird 100 – und ein prominenter Ehrengast kommt zur großen Jubiläums-Party: Ausnahme-Leichtathlet Karsten Warholm (25) geht am kommenden Sonntag, 12. September 2021, im Berliner Olympiastadion über die 400 Meter Hürden an den Start. In Tokio war der 25-jährigeNorweger in einer Weltrekordzeit zum Olympiasieg gestürmt, gewann in sensationellen 45,94 Sekunden. „Ich freue mich riesig, zum 100. Geburtstag nach Berlin zu kommen“, sagt Karsten Warholm, der im Vorjahr in einem spektakulären Rennen auf der blauen Bahn des Olympiastadions den Weltrekord noch knapp verpasst hatte. Karten für das besondere ISTAF am Sonntag gibt es telefonisch unter der ISTAF-Tickethotline 030.301118630 und online im Ticketshop unter www.tickets.istaf.de.

Meeting-Direktor Martin Seeber: „Toll, dass Karsten Warholm erneut zu uns nach Berlin kommen möchte und das Jubiläum des ältesten Leichtathletik-Meetings der Welt mit den Berliner Fans, die ihm schon 2020 zum Meeting-Rekord verholfen haben, feiern will. Das wird eine schnelle Geburtstags-Party!“

Freuen können sich die Fans auf zahlreiche weitere Publikumslieblinge: Olympiasiegerin MalaikaMihambo (Weitsprung) ist ebenso dabei wie die Olympia-Zweite Kristin Pudenz (Diskus), Gesa Krause (3.000 Meter Hindernis), Konstanze Klosterhalfen(1.500 Meter) und der beste Speerwerfer der Welt, Johannes Vetter. Neben Karsten Warholm sind zudem weitere internationale Topstars am Start wie die russische Hochsprung-Olympiasiegerin Mariya Lasitskene, die Australierin Nicola McDermott, die in Tokio im Hochsprung knapp das Nachsehen hatte und Silber gewann, sowie Diskus-Olympiasiegerin Valarie Allman (USA). Ein Erlebnis wird das ISTAF auch für den jungen Berliner Emil Agyekum(SCC Berlin) – der 22-jährige Silbermedaillen-Gewinner derU23-Europameisterschaften darf gegen Superstar Karsten Warholm antreten.

Impf-Aktion beim ISTAF am Sonntag

Beim ISTAF am kommenden Sonntag, 12. September 2021, fällt der Startschuss für die große Impfaktion des Landessportbunds Berlin für den Berliner Vereinssport. Zwischen 12 und 20 Uhr – also vor oder nach dem Treffen der Weltklasse-Leichtathleten im Berliner Olympiastadion – können sich Interessierte direkt am Stadion auf den LSB-Terrassen (Zugang Coubertinplatz, Eingang Südtor) gegen das Coronavirus SARS-COV-2 impfen lassen. Angeboten werden die Impfstoffe von BioNTech-Pfizer und Johnson & Johnson. Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich, aber möglich. Die Zweitimpfung kann dann in den Gropius-Passagen beim Aktions-Kooperationspartner Diagnostikum Berlin erfolgen. Alle Infos zur großen Impfaktion sowie der Link zur Anmeldung unter www.istaf.de. Wer es am Sonntag nicht schafft, kann sich am kommenden Mittwoch, 15. September, zwischen 8 und 18 Uhr beim Landessportbund Berlin, Jesse-Owens-Allee 2, impfen lassen.

Meeting-Direktor Martin Seeber: „Wir unterstützen sehr gern die großartige Aktion des LSB und laden alle ein, sich am Sonntag erst impfen zu lassen und dann nebenan im Berliner Olympiastadion die große ISTAF-Party zu feiern.“

Das älteste Leichtathletik-Meeting der Welt wurde 1921 zum ersten Mal veranstaltet und feiert in diesem Jahr seinen 100. Geburtstag. Dank eines detaillierten Hygienekonzepts dürfen bis zu 25.000 Zuschauer dabei sein. Eintrittskarten gibt es telefonisch unter der ISTAF-Tickethotline 030.301118630 und online im Ticketshop unter www.tickets.istaf.de. Grundlage des detaillierten Hygienekonzepts ist die 3G-Regel, also der Zugang für Geimpfte, Genesene und Getestete. Zudem werden nur personalisierte Tickets vergeben und lediglich ausgewählte Plätze mit Abstand zueinander angeboten.

Kompakt am Sonntagnachmittag treten beim Jubiläums-ISTAF über hundert Weltklasse-Athletinnen und -Athleten in hochklassig besetzten Disziplinen an. Geplant sind: 100 Meter (F/M), 100 Meter Hürden (F), 110 Meter Hürden (M), 400 Meter (F), 400 Meter Hürden (M), 1.500 Meter (F), 3.000 Meter Hindernis (F), Weitsprung (F), Hochsprung (F), Stabhochsprung (M), Diskus (F), Speerwurf (M), ein Para-Sprint (M) und Para-Kugelstoßen.