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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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Elite runners presented in the unique setting of the Rijksmuseum

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Yesterday, the leading contenders in Sunday’s TCS Amsterdam Marathon were presented at a press conference at the Rijksmuseum. Solomon Deksisa and Tadu Abate, both favourite to win and beat the course record of 2:04:06, said they were pleased with their training and optimistic about their chances. Abdi Nageeye, also on top form, will be competing […]

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All distances sold out, record number of entries for full marathon

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The three main distances of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon have completely sold oud. On Sunday October 20th 45,000 runners appear at the start of the marathon, Mizuno Half Marathon and TCS 8K. In particular, the traditional distance is with 17,000 entries more popular than ever. The increase in the number of foreign participants is also […]

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Bib number: supply & demand 2019

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Are you unable to participate or are you still looking for a bibnumber for the TCS Amsterdam Marathon? Then put your request underneath this message. Transfer bib number If you have found someone who wants to take over your bibnumber or someone who wants to sell their bibnumber to you, then you can transfer the bibnumber […]

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Starting tickets Mizuno Half Marathon and TCS 8K sold out

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The available starting tickets for the Mizuno Half Marathon and the TCS 8K are sold out. Participation in the full marathon is still possible, but only 500 starting tickets are still available. Registration for the Dutch Championship Marathon, Kids Run and Good Morning City Run is possible until 30 September.

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The official shoe is now available!

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The new Mizuno Wave Ultima 11 Amsterdam is literally and figuratively a work of art. Created in partnership with the Rijksmuseum as part of its year-long celebration of Rembrandt in 2019, the official shoe of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2019 was inspired by Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. The outstanding running features of the Wave Ultima […]

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