An European running classic in Amsterdam consists of the marathon, which holds the World Athletics Platinum Label Race designation, the largest half marathon in the Netherlands, and an 8 km race
The marker on the map indicates the city where the race takes place and does not show the exact start or finish location
marathon 2022 — 12,763,
half marathon 2022 — 14,627
€85—105 for the marathon,
€38 for the half marathon
The Amsterdam Marathon is an annual long-distance running event held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The official name is TCS Amsterdam Marathon. Around 35,000 athletes participate in the marathon race and other competitions. In 2022, 12,763 runners completed the marathon, and 14,627 finished the half marathon.
The Amsterdam Marathon is recognized as a Platinum Label event by World Athletics.
The first Amsterdam Marathon took place on 5 August 1928, during the Summer Olympics. After the Olympics, marathons were not held in Amsterdam until the race was revived in 1975. It has since been held annually, except for 1978 due to the Olympic Stadium’s inadequate condition, and in 2020, when the races were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and virtual competitions were conducted in its place.
The Amsterdam Marathon 2023 is a qualifying event for the Abbott WMM Wanda Age group World Championship.
Information about Amsterdam and its attractions can be found here.
Amsterdam Marathon (TCS Amsterdam Marathon) 2022
Marathon race, 26.2mi/42.195km (TCS Amsterdam Marathon)
The marathon race, covering a distance of 26.2mi/42.195km, starts in six waves from 9:00 to 9:30 on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) from the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion) or the Stadionweg Street near the stadium.
Age limit: at least 18 years old on race day.
Half Marathon race, 13.1mi/21.097km (Mizuno Halve Marathon)
The half marathon race, spanning a distance of 13.1 mi/21.097 km, commences in six waves from 13:00 to at 13:50 on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) on Stadionweg Street near the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion).
Age limit: at least 18 years old on race day.
5mi/8km Run (TCS 8K)
The 5mi/8km run starts at 9:45 and 9:50 on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) on Stadionweg Street near the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion).
Age limit: at least 14 years old on race day.
Entry fee: €19.5
Kid’s Run, 0.5mi/0.8km (Kids Run Olympisch Kwartier)
The children’s run of 0.5mi/0.8km starts from 10:00 to 10:20 on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) near the Cruyff Court, behind the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion).
Parents may accompany children aged 4 to 6 on the course.
Age limit: 4-13 years old on race day.
Entry fee: €5.
Kid’s Runs, 0.6mi/1km (Mini Marathons)
Three children’s runs of 0.6mi/1km start on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) in Amsterdam Zuid: De Borcht at 9:10, in Amsterdam Oost: Galileïplantsoen at 10:00, in Amsterdam Zuid: Olympiaplein at 12:20.
Entry fee: €1.
Fun Runs with Guides, 3.5km/2.2mi and 6.5km/3.7mi (Good Morning City Run)
Guides from Tourist Run Amsterdam will lead groups of 10-15 people to all historical landmarks of Amsterdam. Guides will move at a leisurely pace. There are two available routes. The 3.5km/2.2mi route goes along the canals, the flower market (Bloemenmarkt), and Rembrandt Square (Rembrandtplein). The 6.5km/3.7mi route includes canals, Dam Square (de Dam), and the iconic Skinny Bridge (Magere Brug).
Guided fun runs start between 9:00 and 9:30 on 14 October 2023 (Saturday) from Museumplein Square. Groups depart with a few minutes’ interval.
Entry fee: €12.5
Good Morning City Run within the framework of the Amsterdam Marathon (TCS Amsterdam Marathon) 2022
The course of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 takes participants through the streets and parks of Amsterdam, the business district of Zuidas, and the countryside with windmills along both banks of the Amstel River. The marathon route crosses the Amstel River using the Torontobrug and Brug Oranjebaan bridges.
Kilometer markers are positioned at every kilometer along the course. Additionally, digital clocks are available at the start and various kilometer points.
The course of the Mizuno Half Marathon 2023 partially coincides with the marathon route, passing through Churchilllaan Avenue, Rijnstraat Street, and crossing the Amstel River using the Torontobrug and Utrechtsebrug bridges.
The start of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 is at the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion 1182 DB Amsterdam) or from Stadionweg Street near the Olympic Stadium. The Mizuno Half Marathon starts from Stadionweg Street near the Olympic Stadium. The finish line for all races is situated at the Olympic Stadium.
You can find the official course maps of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon and Mizuno Half Marathon 2023 here.
Participants of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon and Mizuno Half Marathon 2023 are divided into starting blocks based on their expected finishing times indicated during registration. The starting block is marked by color on the participant’s number. Starting from a slower block is allowed.
The time limit for the marathon is 6 hours, and for the half marathon, it’s 3 hours. There are additional time limits at certain points along the course. The finish line closes at 17:00.
Pacemakers for the TCS Amsterdam Marathon and Mizuno Half Marathon 2023 provide the necessary pace to help participants finish within a specific time. They are positioned in starting blocks and can be recognized by the flags indicating their target finish times. Projected finish times for the marathon: 3:00, 3:10, 3:20, 3:30, 3:40, 3:50, 4:00, 4:10, 4:20, 4:30, 4:40, 4:50, 5:00. Projected finish times for the half marathon: 1:30, 1:35, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 1:55, 2:00, 2:05, 2:10.
The marathon route has 10 refreshment and nutrition points, and the half marathon route has 6. Athletes are offered drinking water, AA isotonic drink, fruits, and water for sponges. Finishers receive water, a bottle of AA Drink and banana.
Before the start of the race, marathon runners can leave their personal belongings for storage from 7:30 to 17:00 on 15 October 2023 (Sunday) in tents near the Olympic Stadium (Olympisch Stadion, 1182 DB Amsterdam). Storage tents for half marathon runners are located at the square in front of Sporthallen Zuid sports complex (Burgerweeshuispad 54, 1076 EP Amsterdam) and operate from 12:00 to 17:00.
The route of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 is certified by the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS).
You can sign up for the races of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 online.
Online registration is open until the participant limit is reached. In 2023, spots for the races on 15 October 2023 (except for kids’ races) were sold out by July 2023.
The entry fee for the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023 is €105.
The entry fee for the Mizuno Half Marathon 2023 is €38.
Until 4 September 2023, you can switch to another distance (with a surcharge if needed), transfer your participation to another person. More info is here.
Your Marathon or Half marathon Race Entry includes:
- Bib number with a timing chip
- Goodie bag
- Mizuno event shirt (for marathon runners)
- Food and beverage stations, toilets along the course and after the race
- Bag deposit service
- Pacing service
- Music and performance groups throughout the course
- Finisher’s medal
- Thermal blanket after the finish
- Changing rooms at start and finish
- Post-race showers
- Online race results
- Medical assistance if needed
Additional options during registration include ordering an event shirt (€30), which is part of the marathon runner’s starting package, medal engraving (€10), photo pack (€29.90), video pack (€5), magnetic race bib holders (€10), and a ticket to the pasta party (€25).
Bib numbers can be collected at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon Expo 2023, located in Hall 3 of the Sporthallen Zuid sports complex (Burgerweeshuispad 54, 1076 EP Amsterdam).
TCS Amsterdam Marathon Expo 2019
Pick-up desk schedule:
12 October 2023 (Thursday) from 13:00 to 20:00,
13 October 2023 (Friday) from 10:00 to 20:00,
14 October 2023 (Saturday) from 9:00 to 19:00,
15 October 2023 (Sunday) on race day from 7:30 to 13:00.
To collect your Race Pack, you need to present a photo ID and registration confirmation (will be emailed).
No health certificate is required to participate in any race of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2023.
1. Tsegaye Getachew (ETH) 02:04:49
2. Titus Kipruto (KEN) 02:04:54
3. Bazezew Asmare (ETH) 02:04:56
1. Almaz Ayana (ETH) 02:17:19
2. Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) 02:18:05
3. Tsehay Gemechu (ETH) 02:18:59
* Source: www.tcsamsterdammarathon.eu
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Date: 16 October 2022
Temperature: 12°C – 18°C
Wind: 27 km/h
Date: 17 October 2021
Temperature: 10°C – 14°C
Wind: 20 km/h
Date: 18 October 2020 (virtual run)
Temperature: 6°C – 13°C
Wind: 11 km/h
Date: 20 October 2019
Temperature: 10°C – 15°C
Wind: 5 km/h
Date: 21 October 2018
Temperature: 9°C – 16°C
Wind: 18 km/h
Date: 15 October 2017
Temperature: 15°C – 22°C
Wind: 20 km/h
Date: 16 October 2016
Temperature: 10°C – 19°C
Wind: 8 km/h
Date: 18 October 2015
Temperature: 5°C – 11°C
Wind: 2 km/h
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M — Marathon, 42.195 km
H — Half Marathon, 21.097 km
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