We regret to announce that due to Covid-19, the Copenhagen Marathon 2020 and two other race week events have been cancelled.

We regret to inform, that due to the servere situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the 41th edition of the Copenhagen Marathon, which was scheduled to take place on May 17, 2020, has been cancelled.

At the same time, the Mini Marathon and the Breakfast Run in the Tivoli Gardens have also been cancelled, both of which events were scheduled to take place on the day before the marathon.

While we acknowledge that the cancellation will cause great disappointment to everyone of you, who have trained hard and long for it, based on the recent development of events not only in Denmark but worldwide, we no longer consider it possible nor responsible to go through with the event.

All paying entrants will be offered to have their entry transferred to next year’s race, which will take place on May 16, 2021, or get a full refund of the entry fee paid. We sincerely hope that many of our entrants will want to support us and will return to run in Copenhagen next year.

If you are a registered entrant, you do not have to do anything to confirm your entry transfer or get a refund. We will get in direct contact will all entrants as soon as possible. However, we  kindly ask for your understanding that we need some time to prepare the technical and internal processes before we are able to send out further details.

Thank you.

Please stay safe and take care of yourselves and your loved ones.

On behalf of the Copenhagen Marathon race direction and organizer team
Dorte Vibjerg, CEO of Sparta Athletics & Running