SuperHalfs is a running series that includes five selected European halfmarathons. The goal is to complete all five races within the set time.
You must complete all five races within 36 months, starting from the date you finish your first race. Runners can complete the series in any order they like.
You will be informed in advance about opening of race registrations, will have the opportunity to receive guaranteed entries through charities. After completing all five races, you will receive the SuperMedal and become a member of SuperHalfs Hall of Fame.
SuperHalfs Passport is a virtual passport which consists of 36 characters (SuperHalfs Passport Number) to identify you across races of the series. After completing each race, you will receive not only a stamp on your virtual passport confirming its completion.
Passport number is entered during registration to each race of the series and serves for your identification and consequently correct assignment of the result.
To get a SuperHalfs Passport Number, please create a SuperRunner profile at www.superhalfs.com.
If you’ve already registered on SuperHalfs.com, you can input your SuperHalfs Passport Number during the registration to Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon 2020 or in your Runners ID profile on RunCzech website. SuperHalfs Passport Number will be automatically assigned to your registration to the race.
September 6, 2020
One of the fastest halfmarathons in the world celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020. The start of the race lies on the bridge of April 25th and almost the entire route runs along the banks of the Tejo river. More information and registration can be found on the official website of the race here.
September 6, 2020
Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon is amazing in every season. Not only because of the route leading through the beautiful center of Prague, but mainly because of its participants. From great elite athletes to running firsttimers. For us, ALL RUNNERS ARE BEAUTIFUL.
September 13, 2020
A flat route leading around the most famous landmarks of Copenhagren, such as the Danish Parliament Christiansborg or the Marble Church of Frederikskirken. The youngest race of the SuperHalfs series where Geoffrey Kamworor set the current male world record of 0:58:01. More information and registration can be found on the official website of the race here.
October 25, 2020
Race awarded by the Spanish Athletics Federation as the best halfmarathon in Spain. A fast route where Joyciline Jepkosgei ran the 2018 Women's World Record. More information and registration can be found on the official website of the race here.