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Press room

Press releases

Press releases are issued through Ritzau and will be available in the press room

Press contact

All press inquiries should be directed to:

Thor Thestrup Schnetler, head of PR.
Mobile: +45 2845 3831
Email: [email protected]

Accreditation

Accreditation for 2023 will open later.

Photos & video

Photos and videos published by the organizers are subject to copyright ownership. They can however be used freely for non-commercial purposes and only with reference to the official Copenhagen Marathon event. Photos and video may not under any circumstances be used for marketing or commercial purposes unless specifically agreed upon in advance. For inquiries regarding use of photos and video, please email [email protected]

Download photos here
View videos here

Information about the race

Please find below information and statistics about the Copenhagen Marathon:

Winners 2022

Women: Helah Kiprop, KEN – 2:24,10
Men: Berhane Tsegay, ERI – 2:08,23

Go to results archive

Race records

Women: Helah Kiprop, KEN – 2:24,10
Men: Berhane Tsegay, ERI – 2:08,23

National records

Women: Dorthe Rasmussen, London, 1989 – 2:29,34
Men: Henrik Jørgensen, London, 1985 – 2:09,43

Participant statistics

13,281 participated in the Copenhagen Marathon 2019, which was a record number.

In 2022 11,925 had signed up for the Copenhagen Marathon

Participant statistics 1980 – 2018

Numbers & facts about the Copenhagen Marathon

  • The first race edition took place in 1980
  • Average participant age of 37 years
  • The largest age group is 25-29 years
  • Participants from more than 100 countries
  • 46% of international runners
  • 25,9% of female runners
  • Most participants from Danmark, Sweden, the UK, Germany, Norway, and France
  • Course certified by the Danish Athletics Federation and the IAAF/AIMS
  • Central course through inner Copenhagen and Frederiksberg