The 2022 Berlin Marathon live streaming held on 25 September in Berlin, Germany. The Marathon is one of the greatest Marathon in the world. The Berlin Marathon distance is 42 km in length and the course is starts and finishes in the Berlin City.
Berlin Marathon 2022 live online tv coverage starts on Sunday, September 25 at 8:00 am ET. Watch the Berlin Marathon 2022 live stream on RBB Sports Berlin TV channels. Guide for the Berlin Marathon race watch online free from anywhere, when the race is live coverage, TV channel, time, highlights and results. Anyone can enjoy this greatest event of the year.
Berlin Marathon 2022 Time schedule:
- 08:00 am: Handbiker (Elite)
- 08:30 am: Wheelchair competitors
- 08:30 a.m: Handbiker
- from 09:00 am: Runners (in four waves)
Berlin Marathon Live Streaming TV channels:
- RBB Sports Berlin, Das Erste (Germany)
- L’equipe Chanele (France)
- NBC Sports Network (United States)
More information about Berlin Marathon:
The Berlin Marathon was founded in 1974 by Horst Milde, an unemployed and running enthusiast in the city. There were 244 finishers in the race; 234 men and 10 women, and Gunter Hallas and Juta von Hase won at 2:44:53 and 3:22:01, respectively. In 1977, Krista Vahlensk set a new women’s world record by running the Berlin Marathon 2:34:47. Four years later, the race began outside the Reichstag for the first time, during which time it rose to 2,583 finishers, making it the largest city road race in Germany. The following year, before German unification, some East Germans secretly ran, registering under false names to avoid accusations from the East German Secret Service. In 1989, a children’s race was added to the event, and eight years later an inline skating marathon was competed.
In 1998, Ronaldo da Costa set a new men’s world record, the only South American to set a marathon world record. Two years later, one of the race’s pacemakers, Simon Beat, won the race, pulling one of the favorites in the second half of the race. In 2001, Naoko Takahashi became the first woman to run a sub-2:20 marathon, finishing in the Berlin Marathon 2:19:46. The race continued to be a world record place; Between 2003 and 2018, seven men’s records were set in the race; The most recent remains as of the current world record time; Eliud Kipchoge’s 2:01:39.
The event took place between September 2000 and September 2018, due to clashes with the Women’s Olympic Marathon and preparations for German Unity Day.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the 2020 edition of the event was banned from being held on its original scheduled date, and was eventually canceled when it became clear that it would not be possible to hold it after 2020. All registrants were given the option of either transferring or returning their entry in 2021.