Official group training
The official and free Copenhagen-based training for the Copenhagen Marathon starts first Sunday of November and is open to everyone – no matter your pace or level.
What you get
► Free training every Sunday at 9:30 am starting first Sunday of November
► Pace teams ranging from 4:15 to 7:00 min/km 15 seconds apart
► Distances from 13 to 30 kilometres and hydration stations along the course or after the training
|Learn more about the official group training here|
Local training communities
Want to join a free training community near you? Check out the list of local running communities training for the Copenhagen Marathon. The local training communities are organized by Sparta Athletics & Running and supported by Nordea-fonden.
|See all local training communities|
Are you dreaming of a marathon debut in the streets of Copenhagen?
Preparing for a marathon doesn't have to be that complicated. Read this simple beginner's guide on how to approach the marathon challenge and take your first steps towards becoming a marathon finisher.
|Read the beginner's guide to marathon here|
Train with Nike+ Run Club
Be a part of the NIKE+ Run Club to get a personally fitted training plan for your level and goal. You can also download the NRC app here.
|Get your NRC training plan here|
We recommend that you incorporate at least a couple of test races into your training plan towards the Copenhagen Marathon. Use your test race results as a guideline to continuously adjust your training plan and your race goals while gaining experience in crafting and executing a race plan.
|View all Sparta test race events|