Eliud Kipchoge, a Kenyan, won the Berlin Marathon with a time of 2:01:09. This was faster than his previous record time of 2:01:39, which he set in the German capital in 2018.

The 48th Berlin Marathon was be held on Sunday, September 25, 2022. It is the first of four World Marathon Majors events that will take place over the next six weeks. It has the Elite Platinum Label.

The BMW BERLIN-MARATHON course starts and ends at the Brandenburg Gate in the middle of Berlin. The 42-kilometer-long course through the capital is the world's longest fan park.

How many people run in the Berlin Marathon?

This year, the people in charge of SCC EVENTS expect more than 45,000 runners from around 150 countries.

The elite running and wheelchair races are part of the World Marathon Majors, a yearly series of top-level races with a $1 million prize purse. 

TOP 5 RESULTS for MEN in BERLIN MARATHON 2022

Kipchoge, Eliud (KEN) - 2:01:09 Korir, Mark (KEN) - 2:05:58 Abate, Tadu (ETH) - 2:06:28 Belihu, Andamlak (ETH) - 2:06:40 Kipchumba, Abel (KEN) - 2:06:49

TOP 5 RESULTS for WOMEN in BERLIN MARATHON

Assefa, Tigist  - 2:15:37 Wanjiru, Rosemary - 2:18:00 Abayechew, Tigist - 2:18:03 Edesa, Workenesh - 2:18:51 Gola, Sisay Meseret - 2:20:58

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