Sun 29th Oct 2023
|Race Start Time:||10:00||Entry On Day:||No|
|Running Surface:||Road||Race Cut Off Time:||TBC|
|Route Undulation:||Flat||Race Town:||Frankfurt|
|Timing Method:||Chip||Race Location:||Hesse|
|Number Collection:||Collect||Race Entry Cost:||€100.00|
|Distance Markers:||Kms||Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Road Status:||Unknown||Use Headphones:||Contact organiser|
|Max Number:||27000||Race Format:||1 Lap|
|Race Start Time:||10:00|
|Entry On Day:||No|
|Race Cut Off Time:||TBC|
|Use Headphones:||Contact organiser|
|Race Entry Cost:||€100.00|
|Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Race Format:||1 Lap|
Entry Fee: €100.00
Where is the race?
The race is located in Frankfurt, European.
Can I wear headphones at the Frankfurt Marathon?
What is the maximum allowed time to complete the race?
The maximum time allowed is unknown, sorry.
Race Entry Information
Frankfurt Marathon Race Entry
The website organising the Frankfurt Marathon is https://www.frankfurt-marathon.com/en/
The Mainova Frankfurt Marathon is sometimes rated as one of the top ten most important marathons. In our opinion it has the status of a nearly major, the same could be said of Rotterdam marathon also. There is a very good chance of a PB here as the course is flat and the record is currently held by Wilson Kipsang at 2:03:42 in 2011.
The race starts from the centre of Frankfurt, leading runners through the city past its fascinating skyline, onto the district of Sachsenhausen and the residential district of Hochst. It then returns back along the Mainzer Landstrasse through the city centre towards the trade fair tower and the red carpet indoor finish at the Festhalle.
There does not look to an option to have the race bib sent to addresses outside Germany.
Frankfurt Marathon Course Map
There is only a height difference of 27.8 meters spread over the entire course length between the lowest point (89.4 meters above sea level) and the highest point (117.2 meters above sea level). The route is set up in a circular fashion and runs along both sides of the river Main. The first part of the route leads the runners through the city of Frankfurt with it's fascinating skyline, then to the district of Sachsenhausen, towards the residential area of Höchst and back along the Mainzer Landstrasse through the city center and the trade fair tower into the Festhalle with its red carpet finish.