Here is information for you as a participant in the race.
Two weeks before the race the Start-PM is published – read it carefully
Marathon & Half Marathon – 26. august 2023 10:00 – Munksjöbron
MINI Jönköping Marathon (children’s race) – 25. august 2023 17:00 – Spira
How to get here
Changing room & Shower
Saturday 26. august 2023, STC Kunskapsfabriken, open 9-17
STC holds the warm-up in the starting area approx. 20 minutes before the start
Registration for the race is online via the website:
Registration Jönköping Marathon & Half Marathon
Registration MINI Marathon
List of participants
Here you will find the start list
Parking garage near the start & finish:
Sesam, Atollen, Smedjan, Bibliotek
(Please note that there is a charge for parking, including Saturdays)
Your bag can be left in the start/finish area on Saturday morning at. 07.30-09.20. The bags will be collected at the same place after the finish and the last time for collection of bags is at. 16.30.
The rules of the Swedish Athletics Federation apply. All participation is at your own risk.
You can find more info on the page Map Half Marathon resp. Map Marathon
Drinks and energy
All hydration stations along the course serve Enervit Isotonic drink and water, some also serve pickles and banana.
The top 3 in each class receive prizes from partners. All runners receive a medal, t-shirt and a well-filled finisher bag with a lot of goodies.
Marathon: 6 hours, Half Marathon: 3 hours
Takes place at Marathon-EXPO (start/finish area, at Kulturhuset Spira).
25. august 2023 12:00 - 19:30
26. august 2023 7:00 - 9:00
Bips will not be sent (we care about the environment). You pick them up in Marathon-EXPO. You will see your race number in the start list about 2 weeks before the race. Bring your ID. If you wish to collect someone else’s starter’s certificate, please bring a picture of their ID and your own. Please check the start list for the start number and let us know when you pick up your bip to shorten the waiting time.
The medical team consists of doctors, nurses and first aiders from the Red Cross. They will be available for your runners at the start and finish and will be posted at all hydration stations around the course. In the finish area there will be a medical tent with beds/stretchers and defibrillators. All paramedics wear orange vests.
Our marathon pacemakers help you keep the time and pace for your goal. Each pacemaker will have a flag that you can easily follow around the race. The flag is marked with the marathon finish time. Marking 4:00 means that the pacemaker will complete the full marathon in 4 hours. Even if you are a half marathon runner, you can follow this pacemaker on the section that is common to both distances (first 17 km) and you will be well helped to finish in 2 hours
flag with finish time 3:15 = pace approx 4.37 (min per km)
flag with finish time 3:30 = pace approx 4.58 (min per km)
flag with finish time 3:45 = pace approx. 5.20 (min per km)
flag with finish time 4:00 = pace approx 5.41 (min per km)
flag with finish time 4:15 = pace approx 6.02 (min per km)
flag with finish time 4:30 = pace approx 6.24 (min per km)
flag with finish time 4:45 = pace approx. 6.45 (min per km)
flag with finish time 5:00 = pace approx 7.07 (min per km)