Sunday, April 22, is last chance to register if you want your name and flag printed on your bib.
Having your name and country flag printed on your race bib will make it easier for all the thousands of spectators to cheer you on and encourage you along the course through the streets of Copenhagen.
How to get your name and flag on the bib
Everyone who registers for the Telenor CPH Marathon no later Sunday, April 22, will automatically have their bib personalised with their name and country flag.
If you have already signed up, you can log onto your entrant profile to edit your nationality, in case you have not entered it correctly. If you have entered your name incorrectly, please email [email protected] to have it corrected.
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Registration or entry transfer after April 22
If you register later than April 22, it is not possible to have your bib personalised.
If you transfer your entry or take over someone’s bib after April 22, the new entrant will get a blank bib, provided that the transfer has been carried out properly as described here