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For the first time in over 20 years, the GENERALI MUNICH MARATHON on October 9 will take place with an international elite field.

The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON is in the starting blocks and is returning to its former strength. Not only 45,527 runners, 4,153 inline skaters and 142 wheelchair athletes and hand cyclists are expected to take part this weekend. The youngsters will also set an impressive example for physical activity - with around 8,000 pupils taking part in the mini-MARATHON and around 1,500 children in the Bambini Run and KidsSkating.

Nadine Mueller, Alica Schmidt, Julian Weber, Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk and Kristin Pudenz (left to right) at Friday’s press conference. Credit essential: Camera4/ISTAF

BERLIN. ISTAF’s renowned capacity for putting on a fast, action-packed show looks set for another high-quality performance as some of the world’s top athletes get ready to display their talents on the famous blue track of the Olympic stadium.

BERLIN. Tobi Amusan relished conditions for sprint hurdling in the Olympic Stadium. The Nigerian world record holder won the 100m hurdles in 12.45, the second fastest time ever at the ISTAF meeting.

Jake Wightman won the WC 1,500m on Tuesday night, July 19, 2022. He is coached by his Dad, Geoff Wightman, who is also the stadium announcer. This interview was done with Jake for RunBlogRun last year. Enjoy!


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