With a little less than 50 days to go, the Movistar Madrid Half Marathon and the ProFuturo Race, which will take place on 14 November after the postponement of 2020, are reopening their registrations due to the great demand of runners and the improvement in the health situation. Currently there are already 12,000 runners registered and the capacity will be increased to 18,000. Until Thursday evening, priority access to these places will be given to athletes who are already on the waiting list. The remaining bib numbers will be available for purchase from midnight on that same Thursday.
The asphalt of the main streets of the Spanish capital will once again host its traditional half marathon, now in its twentieth year, with participation figures similar to those before the pandemic. The Movistar Madrid Half Marathon maintains its status as a “Road Race Label” of the international federation World Athletics and will comply with all health protocols to make it a safe event. In the next few days, changes will be announced in the route, precisely to improve the spaces and safety conditions, and in the location of the Expo where the race bib and runner’s bag will be collected.
Parallel to the 21,097-metre race, the ProFuturo charity race will be held over a distance of 5 km, an ideal distance to get started in running or to test yourself over a more accessible distance than the half marathon.
Race bibs for the 5km ProFuturo Race can be collected at the Feria del Corredor, Estadio 3 of the Caja Mágica in Madrid, on 12 and 13 November from 10am to 8pm.
Sign up here and run with us on 14 November!