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The Movistar Madrid Half Marathon 2023 improves its course with some slight modifications

The Movistar Madrid Half Marathon 2023 improves its course with some slight modifications

The Movistar Madrid Half Marathon 2023, which will be held on 26 March, has slightly modified its successful course of recent years to make it faster and more comfortable for the participants. Although the location of the start (Paseo de La Castella) and finish line (Paseo de Recoletos) remains practically the same as in 2022, there will be some changes in the area between the Quevedo roundabout and the Ruiz Jiménez roundabout, which will be significantly improved with the passage through wider and straighter streets and avenues. There is also another small modification, as from calle Velázquez to calle Príncipe de Vergara the race will run along calle Ortega y Gasset, instead of calle Juan Bravo, avoiding a climb of some 300 metres which will soften the elevation profile a little more.

What will be added to the course to compensate for these two zones that will be removed will go from Plaza de Castilla, along the side of Paseo de la Castellana, to Avenida de Monforte de Lemos.

The authentic half marathon of Madrid has a fast course, but it is also particularly attractive and of tourist interest for the runners, who value it very positively: Paseo de La Castellana, the Bernabéu, Plaza de Castilla, Calle Serrano, Puerta de Alcalá, Atocha, Paseo del Prado (declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco), Neptuno, Cibeles or Colón.

The 5.8 km ProFuturo charity race will not change its course.

The Movistar Madrid Half Marathon continues to maintain the "Road Race Label" of the international federation World Athletics, and was awarded by the Madrid City Council as an "event of general interest for the city", as it is one of the most emblematic and traditional races in the country. It will celebrate its 22nd edition on 26 March (and the seventh edition of the ProFuturo Race). On the renovated course, the race's all-time records have been broken, with Ronald Kiprotich clocking 59:38 in 2021 and Winfridah Moraa clocking 1h07:22 in 2022.


START: Paseo de la Castellana, 23. (Cruce con la calle de Zurbarán)

COURSE: Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de Emilio Castelar, Paseo de la Castellana, Glorieta de Gregorio Marañón, Paseo de la Castellana, salida a Vía de Servicio antes de Plaza de Castilla, Plaza de Castilla, Paseo de la Castellana (Vía lateral en sentido Norte), Avenida de Monforte de Lemos, Paseo de la Castellana (Vía lateral en sentido Sur), Plaza de Castilla, Calle Bravo Murillo, Glorieta Cuatro Caminos, Calle Bravo Murillo, Glorieta de Quevedo, Calle de San Bernardo, Glorieta de Ruiz Giménez, Calle Carranza, Glorieta de Bilbao, Calle de Sagasta, Glorieta de Alonso Martínez, Calle Almagro, Glorieta de Rubén Darío, Paseo de Eduardo Dato, Calle Juan Bravo, Calle Serrano, Plaza de la Independencia, Calle Alcalá, Calle Velázquez, Calle Ortega y Gasset, Plaza del Marqués de Salamanca, Calle Príncipe de Vergara, Avenida Menéndez Pelayo, Paseo Reina Cristina, Paseo Infanta Isabel, Glorieta de Atocha, Paseo del Prado, Glorieta de Cánovas del Castillo, Paseo del Prado, Glorita de Cibeles.

FINISH: Paseo de Recoletos,12

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