The Helsinki Half Marathon (HHM) is the second biggest half marathon in Finland. Helsinki Half Marathon will run its annual event in June. Helsinki Half Marathon is the most central half marathon organized in Helsinki. The officially accurate 21,1 km course is set in the city of Helsinki. The Helsinki Half Marathon combines all the best views of the city.
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Every runner will receive the finisher medal.
The equipment storage is free for all the runners at Helsinki Half Marathon.
Helsinki Half Marathon’s maximum running time is three (3) hours
Drinking stations and other services are located along the course and finish area. An official sports drink will be announced later. Water is also served at the stations.
Your personal bib number has a timing chip. Attach bib number visibly in front of your running shirt. Do not fold or cover your bib number.
Know before you go
Route of the Helsinki Half Marathon runs in one circle on the streets of Helsinki, on the island Katajanokka along the shores of the bay Töölönlahti and the Gulf of Finland.
Start of the Helsinki Half Marathon on the street Alvar Aallon katu across from the palace Finlandia-talo and near the bay Töölönlahti.
Helsinki Half Marathon finish is near the starting point - on the street Karamzininranta near the palace Finlandia-talo.
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