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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:

Martin Van Dijk
Press & PR manager
Mobile: +45 26 29 26 91
Email: [email protected]

Live streaming

Media are able to stream the event live through their own broadcasting channels via this link:

Elite field

See the elite field


Press and media have the opportunity to apply online for accreditation to the event. The online accreditation is open until 7:oo am until race day. After this, please call press manager Martin Van Dijk at +45 26 29 26 91

Apply here for accreditation

Photos & video

Photos and video published by the organisers 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 inqueries regarding use of photos and video, please email to [email protected]

Download photos here
View videos here

Information about the race

Please find below information and statistics about the Copenhagen Marathon:

Winners 2018

Women: Shasho Inmersu, ETH – 2:32,17
Men: William Nyarondia Morwabe, KEN – 2:11,15

Go to results archive

Race records

Women: Colleen de Reuck, USA – 2:,30:51 (2010)
Men: William Nyarondia Morwabe, KEN – 2:11,15 (2018)

Participant statistics

There are 13,248 registered runners for the Copenhagen Marathon 2019.

Participant statistics 1980 – 2018

Numbers & facts about the Copenhagen Marathon

  • First race edition took place in 1980
  • Average participant age of 37 years
  • Largest age group 40-44 years
  • Participants from 96 countries
  • 34.97% international runners
  • 25.83% female runners
  • Most participants from Danmark, Sweden, UK, Germany, Norway, and Italy
  • Course certified by the Danish Athletics Federation and the IAAF/AIMS
  • Central course through inner Copenhagen and Frederiksberg