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Prague Half Marathon

Prague Half Marathon
This is an annual running competition organized in Prague, Czech Republic. It is considered one of the most beautiful half marathons in the world thanks to panoramic views of Prague's historical buildings and streets. The marathon attracts participants from different countries and levels of fitness, from professional athletes to amateur runners. The route passes through the city's major landmarks, including Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Prague Opera, and others.

The marathon attracts participants from different countries and levels of preparation, ranging from professional athletes to amateur runners. The route passes through the city's major landmarks, including Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Prague Opera, and others.

The Prague Half Marathon is also an important event for charitable organizations, which use it as a means of fundraising for various charitable projects.

This event is not only a sporting challenge but also an opportunity to enjoy the beauty and history of Prague, as well as to support charitable initiatives.
Interesting facts about the Prague Half Marathon:
Take part in the largest and fastest half marathon in the Czech Republic and discover the unknown sides of Prague!

— The Prague Half Marathon is part of the Superhalfs series.

— In 2024, a record-breaking 15,500 runners from 115 countries participated in the half marathon.

— There are team relays of 4 people available.

— The time limit for the half marathon distance is 3 hours.
Half marathon route:
What's included
Your ticket price includes:
  • Finisher Medal
  • Finisher T-shirt
  • Cash prize (first place)
  • Entrance to the marathon
  • Drinking stations
  • Health care
  • Toilets

Reviews about the marathon:

  • I enjoyed the Prague Half Marathon. The elevation gain along the route was 65-70 meters, and the weather was quite comfortable for running (not perfect, but not scorching). Some people said it was hot, but I believe you need to be prepared for any weather condition and train in all conditions, whether it's hot or rainy, not just in the coolness of early mornings.

    I think the organization of European races is always top-notch. There wasn't as much spectator support as in Berlin, but it's unfair to compare the scale of two different events.

    The route was quite nice, I liked it. Running at my own pace was totally doable, which is what I ended up doing. I didn't push too hard because my main goal is the Vienna Marathon, which is coming up. The Prague Half Marathon served as a good tempo run for me two weeks before Vienna.

    For me, the Prague Half Marathon is the kind of event and city I'd like to return to.
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