real,- BERLIN-MARATHON will be shown live on the internet worldwide.
The new broadcasting partner of the World Marathon Majors (WMM) race,
German TV station n-tv, streams the whole programme online as well. The
race can be seen on the internet at:
programm starts at 8.30 am and ends at 12.00 (local time). Commentary
will naturally be in German only, but the real,- BERLIN-MARATHON will
provide a detailed English live web report. All major developments and
all important split times will be published at: www.berlin-marathon.com
Behind the scenes, courtesy of Victah Sailer
the race will be live with a split screen and splits
there will be 4 pace groups for the men
#70 will go 10km at 1.02 half split pace
#71 will go 21km at 1.02 half split pace
#72 will go 25km at 1.02 half split pace
#73-74-75 will go to 30km at 1.02 half pace
here are the bibs of the leading men….they went thru 1.02.06 in Rotterdam’10
63.15…..with One TV truck and one tv motorcyle, doubtful if you will see this group during the race
it should be between
they will have a pace of 71 or so
Mockenhaupt will have a FOUR pacers at 72.30 pace
so TV has one motorcycle for the women, I think you won’t see Mockenhaupt unless, the motorcycle has to go back for German TV
the weather is expected to Rainy and 55F or so
Runblogrun will be updating on the real, Berlin LIVE, with splits, commentary in English, starting 1.30 am Central time Sunday morning.
Larry Eder has had a 50-year involvement in the sport of athletics. Larry has experienced the sport as an athlete, coach, magazine publisher, and now, journalist and blogger. His first article, on Don Bowden, America's first sub-4 minute miler, was published in RW in 1983. Larry has published several magazines on athletics, from American Athletics to the U.S. version of Spikes magazine. He currently manages the content and marketing development of the RunningNetwork, The Shoe Addicts, and RunBlogRun. Of RunBlogRun, his daily pilgrimage with the sport, Larry says: "I have to admit, I love traveling to far away meets, writing about the sport I love, and the athletes I respect, for my readers at runblogrun.com, the most of anything I have ever done, except, maybe running itself."
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