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MIZUNO X CEIZER | WAVE SKYRISE 

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The Wave Skyrise: a colorful ode to the TCS Amsterdam Marathon, which is cancelled this year due to COVID-19. Pieter Ceizer and Mizuno want to motivate with this inspiring running shoe, with its vibrant colors and original design. To keep training with pleasure, so that runners are in top shape for the next edition of […]

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45th TCS Amsterdam Marathon cancelled

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The 45th edition of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon scheduled for Sunday 18 October 2020 has been cancelled. Despite the significantly modified programme, the Municipality of Amsterdam and organizer Le Champion have decided to cancel the running event, given the rising numbers of coronavirus infections in the capital. The international nature of the marathon has also […]

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Decision on TCS Amsterdam Marathon postponed

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A go on the 45th edition of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon remains uncertain. Earlier we informed you that at the latest today, Thursday 20 August, we will let you know if the TCS Amsterdam Marathon with adjusted program can take place this year. Unfortunately, the Municipality of Amsterdam needs more time in order to make […]

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Frequently asked questions

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Q: If the TCS Amsterdam Marathon is cancelled, will individual participants have their registration fees refunded? A: If we need to cancel the TCS Amsterdam Marathon due to the corona virus, individual participants can transfer their bib number including ordered extras to the edition of 2021 on Sunday the 17th of October. Refund of the registration fee […]

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Response TCS Amsterdam Marathon after rescheduling NN Rotterdam Marathon

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Today is announced that the NN Rotterdam Marathon cannot be organised this year. The event originally was planned for Sunday the 5th of April and was rescheduled to Sunday the 25th of October due to the Coronavirus. However, the organiser Golazo had to decide to reschedule the marathon to 2021. ‘’The restrictive guidelines related to […]

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Update edition 2020: optimism after easing corona measurements

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Last night our Prime Minister announced to ease the corona measurements for events. As long as people can maintain a distance of 1.5 meters between themselves, there will no longer be a maximum number of visitors for meetings from the 1st of July. Permit applications for major events such as the TCS Amsterdam Marathon are […]

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Corona update 15 May 2020

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In regards to the cancellation of the Dam tot Damloop the TCS Amsterdam Marathon has frequently been in the news the past days. The 45th edition of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon is still planned for Sunday the 18th of October 2020. Of course we understand that, because of the Coronavirus, it is not realistic that […]

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TCS Amsterdam Marathon: Corona update

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The scenario feared by all of us has become a reality; this summer, no events will be organised in the Netherlands until 1 September. After this date, the 45th edition of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon is planned for Sunday 18 October. Last year, 45,000 participants lined up to the start of the various races: the […]

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TCS Amsterdam Marathon awarded World Athletics Platinum Label

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The international athletics association World Athletics has awarded sports organisation Le Champion with Platinum Label Road Race status for the TCS Amsterdam Marathon. In addition to the six World Marathon Majors (Tokyo, London, Boston, Berlin, Chicago and New York), there are only six other marathons in the world that belong to this select group of […]

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Kipchumba and Azimeraw win TCS Amsterdam Marathon

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Vincent Kipchumba won today’s TCS Amsterdam Marathon in 2:05:09. The 29-year-old Kenyan was the first to enter the Olympic Stadium, where a powerful final sprint resulted in a dramatic and exciting win. 20-year-old Degitu Azimeraw smashed the women’s course record, finishing in a sensational 2:19:26. Abdi Nageeye took the national title in 2:07:39. The women […]

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