The Stockholm Half Marathon will take place for the 20th time, on Saturday 5 September 2020. Thousands of runners from about 90 nations will take part. And we hope you will join us! The start and finish close to the Royal Palace, Parliament building and the Opera House is really special. And it’s a wonderful feeling to run through the central parts of the city.
Our pacesetters will help you find the right pace.
If you’re unsure at what speed you’re going hold, just hang on one of our pacesetters.
Experienced runners – equipped with a flag – run the race at an even pace. We have pacesetters for the following end times:
1 hour 20 minutes – 1 hour 30 minutes – 1 hour 40 minutes – 1 hour 45 minutes (5 minutes) – 1 hour 50 minutes – 2 hours – 2 hours 10 minutes and 2 hours 20 minutes.
Start at 15:30
The race starts at 15:30 on Saturday 15 September at ”Gustav Adolfs Torg”, just in front of the Royal Opera in central Stockholm.
The start and finish is on the bridge ”Norrbro” next to the Royal Palace and the Parliament building.
There will be eight groups that start with five minutes intervals. The last group starts at 16:05.
The average temperature in Stockholm in the afternoon in mid September is 15 ° C (approx. 60F). The humidity is about 50 percent.
The Stockholm Half Marathon is run on an inspiring course through the central districts of the Swedish capital.
During the race you will pass many of Stockholm’s most famous landmarks and buildings; Karlberg’s Castle, the City Hall, the Royal Palace, the Swedish Parliament, the Old Town and the Royal Opera House.
The difference between the highest and the lowest point of the course is 27 metres.
The distance is 21,098 metres.
A City of contrasts
Welcome to Stockholm and one of the world’s most beautiful capitals. Built on 14 islands around one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved mediaeval city centres, the Swedish capital is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction.
Just outside the city, the archipelago of 24,000 islands is waiting to be explored.
Stockholm is a city of contrasts – water and islands, history and innovation, small town and big city, long light summer nights and short winter days.
Thanks to the city´s compact size, you can see and do most things in a short space of time – which makes it a perfect destination for city breaks or longer stays.
Stockholm is one third water, one third green belt and one third city. The island of ”Djurgården”, the world’s first National City Park, is only a short walk from the inner city.
Information about Stockholm: visitstockholm.com
An international race
The Stockholm Half Marathon attracts participants from all over the world. 80 countries were represented in the 2017 race.
Medal to all finishers
At the finish you will receive the Stockholm Half Marathon exclusive medal as a proof that you have completed the race.
First class service
You will receive first class service during the whole race. Along the course there are seven refreshment stations which will serve Maxim sports drink and water.
At the registration you can collect a sponge, which you can use at the five sponge stations which are located together with refreshment stations.
Announcers and bands will guarantee a good atmosphere along the course.
In the finish area you will be served something to drink, fruit and other snacks. Medical service is available for the runners along the course and at the finish area. Massage service is also available at the finish area.
Maximum running time is 2:45
The maximum time to finish the Stockholm Half Marathon is 2 hours and 45 minutes.
All runners will receive their registration card by email in late August 2018.
All information about the 2018 Stockholm Half Marathon will be posted on this website no later than 25 August.
Please contact the Stockholm Half Marathon office for further information.
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +46 (0)8 545 664 40.
Ramboll Stockholm Halvmarathon organized by friidrottsklubbarna Hässelby SK, Spårvägens FK och Turebergs FK.
The Ramboll Stockholm Half Marathon is run on an inspiring and easy course through many inner city areas of Stockholm; Norrmalm, Vasastan, Kungsholmen, the Old Town and Södermalm.
Start and finish is just outside the Royal Palace. During the race you will pass many of Stockholm’s most famous landmarks and buildings; Karlberg’s Castle, the City Hall, the Royal Palace, the Swedish Parliament and the Royal Opera House.
The difference between the highest and the lowest point of the course is 27 meters. This course is perfect to improve your best half marathon time. This is an easy course for first time half marathon runners.
Kilometer passing points for Ramboll Stockholm Halvmarathon:
Start Norrbro/Gustav Adolfs torg
1 km Klaratunneln
2 km Vasagatan
3 km Torsgatan
4 km Barnhusbron
5 km Kungsholms strand
6 km Hornsbergstrand
7 km Hornsbergstrand
8 km Nordenflyktsvägen
9 km Rålambshovsparken
10 km Norr Mälarstrand
11 km Norr Mälarstrand
12 km Munkbroleden
13 km Hornsgatan
14 km Söder Mälarstrand
15 km Söder Mälarstrand
16 km Högalidsgatan
17 km Hornstullstrand
18 km Zinkens väg
19 km St Paulsgatan
20 km Skeppsbron
21 km Norrbro
21,1 km Norrbro