What happens to my registration if the Marathon Eindhoven cannot take place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October 2021?
In the unlikely event that the Marathon Eindhoven cannot take place on Sunday 26 September 2021 due to COVID-19, the bib numbers of individually registered runners will remain valid for the 37th edition on the new date to be determined. If you are registered as part of a group, your registration will also remain valid. If a group member cannot participate during the 37th edition on the new date to be determined, the contact person of the group can remove them from the team and add a new participant.
What if I bought a bib number in 2020 and I can't participate in 2021?
Due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding COVID-19,we offer all individually registered and paying participants the opportunity to transfer their bib number, deviating from our terms and conditions, to someone else via our supply and demand platform at no extra cost.
You can transfer your bib number to someone else by logging into your account and following the steps. Click here for the step-by-step plan for transferring a bib number. If you transfer your bib number after September 19, your name will not be visible on the bib number, because it has already been printed. The bib number will be sent to the address of the original entrant, so you are responsible for the transfer of your bib number. Your name will be correct in the end results.
If you cannot transfer your bib number via the platform in the short term, you can also choose to keep your bib number for a while and offer it again later. Does this not offer a solution? Please contact us stating your confirmation number.
What happens to the extra products that I have ordered?
Any additional ordered products which you couldn’t use in 2020, such as medal engraving, baggage drop-off, SMS service and the shirt will remain for the 2021 edition.
I have donated to charity. What will happen to my donation?
Your donation has been handed over to the KWF.
As of the 25th of september the government has adjusted the regulations regarding COVID-19, which means the following for participants and spectators.
Participation in a running event outside is seen as excercise, that can take place without COVID-19 related restrictive regulations. Therefore, a coronavirus entry pass is not needed.
The Marathon Eindhoven powered by ASML will be considered as a run-though activity for spectators standing on the sideline of the trail, that can take place without restrictive regulations. Therefore, a coronavirus entry pass is not needed.
What are the minimum ages to participate?
For the age limits, the age on the day of the event applies.
Where can I find information about the bib numbers?
Click here for all information about the bib numbers.
Can I cancel my registration?
You can only cancel if you are registered for the Marathon Eindhoven or Half Marathon and you have taken a cancellation insurance. For more information, see the general conditions. Cancellation requests must be submitted no later than September 1 (up to 40 calendar days prior the event) via the contact form.
Due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding COVID-19,we offer all individually registered and paying participants the opportunity to transfer their bib number, deviating from our terms and conditions, to someone else via our supply and demand platform at no extra cost. You can transfer your bib number to someone else by logging into your account and following the steps. Click here for the step-by-step plan for transferring a bib number. Your name will be correct in the end results.
If you transfer your bib number after September 19, your name will not be visible on the bib number, because it has already been printed. The bib number will be sent to the address of the original entrant, so you are responsible for the transfer of your bib number.
Can I change my distance?
You can change the distance if the desired distance is not yet sold out. You can change to a higher distance with the condition that the difference in price is paid. If you change to a lower distance, there will be no refund of the registration fee (or an part of it).
How it works:
Note: Do you change your distance after September 12? Then come to the helpdesk on the day of the event to pick up a sticker that you need to attach to your bib number. This will allow you to start your new distance.
Can I change my registration?
If you want to change your address after your registration, order a product, change your distance or transfer your bib number, you can do this simply by logging into your account.
When does the registration close?
You can register digitally until the start of the distance you want to participate in. The registration of a distance closes earlier, as soon as all bib numbers are sold out.
I haven't received an e-mail confirmation, what now?
Once you are registered, you will receive an automatic e-mail confirmation. So please ensure that your e-mail address is entered correctly. If you do not receive the confirmation message within 30 minutes, please check your spam folder just in case the confirmation email got delivered there instead of your inbox. If you haven't received our mail, please contact us.
When is the Marathon Eindhoven powered by ASML?
Saturday 9 October 2021
Sunday 10 October 2021
Can I order a shirt?
You can order a Limited Edition Running Shirt during registration (while stocks lasts) for € 20,-. Click here for the design of the shirt or click here for the size chart. Have you registered yet? You can order a shirt by logging in to your account and clicking on 'add products'. Information about receiving the shirt will follow at a later time.
Can I join as a fast runner?
Click here for more information on fast runners.
What are the general terms and conditions?
Click here for general terms and conditions.
How can I register?
The Marathon Eindhoven has been rescheduled to Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October 2021. You can register here.
Which start wave will I be on?
The layout of the start waves of the marathon and half marathon will be determined based on your given expected finishing time. In connection with the production of the bib numbers, it is possible to enter your expected finishing time until 12 September. After this, all participants are automatically assigned to the last start wave. Please note: it is then no longer possible to change your start wave or start time. You may start in a later start wave.
Please note: at the other distances there is one start and so there are no start waves. To promote the flow on the course, you are assigned to a start area that is stated on your bib number. It is no longer possible to change your starting area. Please make sure you are in your start wave at least 15-30 minutes before the start. Click here for more information on fast runners.
Can I transfer my bib number?
We offer all individually registered participants the opportunity to transfer their bib number (including any additional products purchased) to someone else via our supply and demand platform. You can transfer your bib number to someone else by logging into your account and following the steps. Click here for the step-by-step plan for transferring a bib number. If you transfer your bib number after September 19, your name will not be visible on the bib number, because it has already been printed. The bib number will be sent to the address of the original entrant, so you are responsible for the transfer of your bib number. Your name will be correct in the end results.
Can I take my backpack or camelbag with me in the starting box?
We advise you to come to the start in running clothes. It is not allowed to take bags/backpacks in the starting boxes (with the exception of camelbags) or leave them unattended around the event site or course. Anything left unattended will be removed and thrown away for safety reasons.
Do I get my bib number/hiking map or do I have to pick it up?
Click here for all information about receiving your bib number.
For your own safety you are strongly encouraged to complete the medical form on the back of the bib. This is very important as the information will help the organisers provide appropriate help in case of an emergency. You must wear your bib number on your chest.
Where can I find information about the Business Runs?
Click here for all information about the Business Runs.
What care do I get on the way?
During the marathon, nursing posts with AA Drink-Iso Lemon (isotonic sports drink) and water (both in cups) will be provided (5 km, 10 km, 15 km, 20 km, 25 km, 30 km, 35 km and 40 km). There are also water posts (cups of water and sponges) (12.5 km, 17.5 km, 22.5 km, 27.5 km, 32.5 km and 37.5 km). From 10 km, fruit (bananas and oranges) are offered every 5 km. AA Drink Smart Recovery and water are available immediately after the finish.
At the half marathon there is a water, oranges, bananas and AA Drink Iso-Lemon (isotonic sports drink) at about every 5 km. Sponge stations have been set up between the care centres where sponges and cups of water are offered. For all distances, after the finish line
Sponge posts have been set up between the nursing stations. Here, sponges are distributed and cups of water are offered. From 10 km, fruit (bananas + oranges) are offered every 5 km. AA Drink Smart Recovery and water are available immediately after the finish.
There is a nursing post about 7.5 km away. AA Drink Smart Recovery and water are available immediately after the finish.
Aon City Run 5K
AA Drink Smart Recovery and water are available immediately after the finish.
AA Drink Smart Recovery and water are available immediately after the finish.
Where are the changing facilities and bag deposit?
Participants have the possibility to change at the Beursgebouw (8 a.m. - 6 p.m.). Bag deposit is also available at this place.
What do the courses look like?
Click here for all courses.
Where are the exchange points of the Business Estafette Marathon located?
The change points of the Business Estafette Marathon are located at the following locations:
Exchange point 1: High Tech Campus (10.9K)
Exchange point 2: Montgomerylaan (20.4K)
Exchange point 3: Gerretsonlaan (32K)
Stage 1: 10.9K
Stage 2: 9.5K
Stage 3: 11.6K
Stage 4: 10.2K
Do I get a finish certificate?
Every finisher on Sunday will receive a personal finish certificate which can be downloaded. You will receive the link to the results page by e-mail after the event.
Will there be finish photos?
Marathon Photos takes photos at different places along the course and of course at the finish line, which you can find on your personal results page afterwards. Make sure your bib number is clearly visible and smile at the camera. The link to the results page will be sent to you by email after the event.
Do I get a medal?
All participants will receive a medal as a reminder of the event after passing the finish line. In addition, you can have this medal engraved with your name and finish time.
Can I have my medal engraved?
All participants on Sunday can have their medals engraved immediately after the event. In the registration form you can tick ''medal engraving'' for € 7. If you have not done this yet, you can still add it by logging into your account. You can also decide to engrave your medal after the event, it will cost € 8.
Is there music along the course?
During the Marathon Eindhoven there are several music points along the course to encourage you and to entertain spectators.
Is there a price ceremony?
For the marathon distance there are cash prizes to be won in various age categories. At the Half Marathon and Jumbo 10 km there are no age categories, but there is a distinction between men and women. At these distances there are prizes of honour to be won. Note: the gross time is the official time.
What does the program look like?
Click here for all programs.
What are the race regulations?
Click here for the race regulations.
Where can I find my results?
The results will be published on this page afterwards. You will also receive the link to the results page by e-mail after the event. Note: the gross time is the official time. Do you have a question or remark about your results? Send an e-mail to Mylaps Event Timing based on your bib number and any times you have clocked yourself.
Is there a shower facility?
No, there are no shower facilities.
Where are the start and finish located?
Click here for all information about the start and finish.
Where are the kilometers indicated?
The Marathon Eindhoven is the first marathon in which we worked with counting down km-points. In marathons, the mileage points are indicated, so runners know how much they have already done. In other sports (such as cycling) the distance to the finish line is indicated. By introducing the countdown km-points in combination with a motivating spell, the Marathon Eindhoven wants to offer its participants a psychological advantage. So not: '36 km covered', but: 'only 6 km left' to go. All parts finish at the Vestdijk. That means that every runner can see these countdown km signs. Because many runners would like to see the standard 5 km signs and times, these are retained along the courses.
The countdown km-points were first introduced in 2017 and were a great success. Last year the concept was further developed and all participants were facilitated in advance with adapted timetables so that they knew exactly when to be at what time to reach their personal dream time.
Enter your expected running pace or finish time below to calculate your personal split times.
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What are the time limits?
Participants finishing after the deadlines will no longer be included in the competition results and won't receive a medal.
Is there a time registration?
Only at all parts of the Marathon Eindhoven on Sunday the MYLAPS BibTag will be used to register time. On the back of your starting number (Bib) is an electronic chip (Tag) and a plastic spacer. BibTag makes it very easy to register your times, the only thing you have to do is wear the start number correctly.
Tips to guarantee good time-keeping
What is the official time?
Gross time is official time. It starts the moment the starting shot is given and stops the moment you pass the finish line. Net time is the time that starts when you pass the mat on the starting line and stops when you cross the finish line. The net time is given as an extra service.
How do I travel to the start in the marathon weekend?
We advise participants and spectators to travel by public transport as much as possible. Keep in mind that many roads are closed, and it is very busy in the city. Click here for all information about accessibility.
Where are the toilets?
Toilets can be found at the changing facilities, the start, the finish and at strategic places along the course.
Is there an app?
In the run-up to the event, the app will be renewed. In this app:
What is the charity of the Marathon Eindhoven?
Click here for all information about the charities.
What happens to found objects?
Lost and found items are collected at the time of bag delivery. Please contact us if your belongings are not here either. After the event we have a view on all found objects.
Is there also a marathon hotel package deal?
Click here for all information about hotel stays.
What is medical advice and what medical care is available on the course?
Click here for all information about the medical advice and medical care on the course.
How best to prepare for my race?
Click here for all information about proper preparation.
What volunteer tasks are there and how can I sign up?
Click here for all information about volunteers.
Is there a waiting list for sold out distances?
The registration of a part closes as soon as all bib numbers for this distance have been sold out. There is no waiting list.
The Eindhoven Marathon will experience its 37th edition on Sunday 10 October. After the government announced to let go of the one and a half meter rule as of September 25, the municipality of Eindhoven has given the green light to organize this popular event. Together with the security services and the municipality of Eindhoven, the final adjustments are being made so that an extension of the license can follow.Read more