If the DRESDEN-MARATHON has to be canceled due to the pandemic, all participants who have already registered will receive a link and can choose to receive a refund (up to 100%), donate the registration fee (or part of the fee), or carry over the registration fee to the following year.
If a cancellation is made within the last 42 days before the event due to a pandemic, force majeure or an official order, creative sportmarketing has the right to withhold 50% of the organization fees for expenses already incurred. In this case, the registrations cannot be carried over to the following year.
With these different route lengths, there is something for all ages and performance classes. Don’t miss out on the experience!
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Over 5,000 participants from a total of 70 nations. A great new course record in the women’s marathon with 2:30:30 hours.
Thousands of happy faces at the finish and along the route. We would like
Sightseeing step by step.
Baroque and natural, as far as your feet are. On October 30, 2022 the time has come!
The time limit for the marathon would be reached at 4 p.m. today … We miss you very much, with your happy eyes, exhausted but proud, with yours
In response to the unavoidable cancellation of this year’s DRESDEN MARATHON, we received almost exclusively positive feedback. Thank you very much for this.
Dear participants, dear sponsors and volunteers, dear exhibitors, dear friends of running!
Due to the federal and state stipulations that major events will remain prohibited until at least the end of October, provided that the hygiene regulations and distance rules as well as seamless contact tracking cannot be guaranteed by all participants and spectators, we decided with a heavy heart on August 19, to cancel this year DRESDEN-MARATHON.
Of course, we would like to keep you up to date with the implementation of this year’s DRESDEN MARATHON. Finally the training will
Yesterday’s board meeting of the marathon club dealt in detail with the handling of the corona pandemic and the impact discussed at this year’s DRESDEN-MARATHON. Of course, we as organizers have experienced a constant ups and downs of feelings in the past few weeks.