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Communities

Communities

This year, 5,000 runners will take part in the community race, a sports event designed to increase social awareness by bringing together families, children and adults with members of social organizations that take part in the Jerusalem Winner Marathon. The record number of runners for the community has earned the Jerusalem Winner Marathon its title of the Israel's largest social race.

The community race welcomes anyone interested in participating in the Jerusalem Winner Marathon events to show their support and solidarity with participants from various social organizations, some with disabilities, whose courage and motivation to join the race is an inspiration for us all. Participants include public figures, famous actors, entertainers and musicians, and Knesset members. Come join the race, free of charge.

For more information about participating organizations.

Start Time: 8:45 AM

Starting line and course:
Start at the junction between the Knesset and the Israel Museum on Rupin Rd. Run 400 meters forward and then 400 back to the starting line.

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Family Race

Family Race

Looking for a sporty, fun, challenging family activity?
Come and experience the Jerusalem vibe and atmosphere,
along with your family on the new Jerusalem Winner Marathon -Family Race track.

Track: 1.7 KM
Starting time: 10:30 AM
Starting line: Rupin Rd. at the junction between the Israel Knesset building and the Israel Museum
Finish line: Sacher Park

Registration includes:
-T-shirt (not dri-fit) for Adults and children
-Bib number with a family name on it
-Medal

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Run | 5km

Run

TRACK 5KM

Start Time Competitive: 8:00 AM

Start Time Community: 8:00 AM
Starting line and course:
From the starting line near the Knesset, run towards the Israel Museum, Israel's largest and most significant museum and the tenth-largest in the world. Circle the Givat Ram Hebrew University campus, home to Israel's National Library which stores everything ever printed in Israel – over 5 million manuscripts. This athletic journey will come to an end at Yitzhak Rabin Blvd.

Competitive 5 km race

  • The competitive race is open to all runners
  • Registration includes:
    -T-shirt (dri-fit)
    -Disposable chip to record your time
    -Bib number
    -Medal

Community 5 km race
  • The community race is open to all runners
  • Registration includes:
    -T-shirt (not dri-fit)
    -Bib number
    -Medal

Please note:
  • Baby strollers will not be allowed on the track
  • All runners under age 18 must submit a parental consent form when registering online.

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Run | 10km

Run

TRACK 10KM

Starting times:

9:30 - Green

9:45 - Yellow

10:00 - Grey

Starting line:
At the junction between the Knesset and the Israel Museum on Rupin Rd., heading northwest
Finish line:
Ben Zvi Blvd. opposite the northern entrance to Sacher Park.

The course:
Start the race near the Knesset building and run towards the Israel Museum, Israel's largest and most significant museum and the tenth-largest in the world. From there, continue towards the center of town via Bezalel and Ben Yehuda St.and savor the aromas of the nearby Machane Yehuda marketplace. Run past the exclusive shopping mall and luxury hotel at Mamilla, the neighborhood that links the Old City with Jerusalem's new neighborhoods. Take in the historical architecture, narrow alleyways, and the sense of the ancient Jerusalem stone beneath your feet as you enter the Old City through Jaffa Gate.

Behold the glorious Tower of David, part of the fortress built in the second century BC to protect the city. Run through the Armenian Quarter, the smallest of the four quarters of the Old City, and recall Jesus' final journey down Via Dolorosa located just several hundred meters to the left. The course then continues alongside the Jewish Quarter for a glimpse of the Western Wall, the holiest site for the Jewish nation and remnant of the Second Temple. Send a silent prayer over to the holy stones as you run towards Zion Gate, also known as David's Gate, on your way out of the Old City.

By now, you've covered over half of the distance and now is the perfect time to hum a marching tune as the ancient archeological City of David comes into view on the left. Continue west towards Sultan's Pool, built over 500 years ago. This former water reservoir now quenches Jerusalem's thirst for culture with the many outdoor performances that it hosts. As you make your way towards the finish line at Ben Zvi Blvd., send an authoritative wave towards the President of Israel as you pass his official home in Talbia.

Video clip of marathon route

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Half-Marathon | 21.1km

Half-Marathon

TRACK 21.1

Start time: 6:45 AM

Starting line:
Start at the junction between the Knesset and the Israel Museum, Hamagbit Sq. on Rupin Rd., heading northwest.

Finish line:
Ben Zvi Blvd. opposite the northern entrance to Sacher Park

The course:
Start the race near the Knesset building and run towards the Israel Museum, Israel's largest and most significant museum and the tenth-largest in the world. From there, continue towards the center of town via Bezalel and Ben Yehuda St.and savor the aromas of the nearby Machane Yehuda marketplace. Run past the exclusive shopping mall and luxury hotel at Mamilla, the neighborhood that links the Old City with Jerusalem's new neighborhoods. Take in the historical architecture, narrow alleyways, and the sense of the ancient Jerusalem stone beneath your feet as you enter the Old City through Jaffa Gate.

Behold the glorious Tower of David, part of the fortress built in the second century BC to protect the city. Run through the Armenian Quarter, the smallest of the four quarters of the Old City and recall Jesus' final journey down Via Dolorosa located just several hundred meters to the left. The course will then take you alongside the Jewish Quarter for a glimpse of the Western Wall, the holiest site for the Jewish nation and remnant of the Second Temple. Send a silent prayer over to the holy stones as you run towards Zion Gate, also known as David's Gate, on your way out of the Old City, The sight of the ancient archeological City of David coming into view on the left is the perfect opportunity to hum a marching tune.

Continue west towards Sultan's Pool, built over 500 years ago. This former water reservoir now quenches Jerusalem's thirst for culture with the many outdoor performances that it hosts regularly. Next, you'll pass Mishkenot Shaananim, a cultural and international convention center that promotes tolerance and pluralism. Send an authoritative wave towards the President of Israel as you pass his official home in Talbia, and then continue running towards the charming Emek Refaim neighborhood, built by the Templars in the 19th century and now a cultural hotspot for Jerusalem residents and visitors alike.

The route continues alongside the First Station, a new culture and recreation site established at the old train station where Israel's first train set out en route to Jaffa. Proceed to southeastern Jerusalem and run along the Armon Hanatziv Promenade which connects three walkways – the Haas, Goldman and Sherover Promenades. Make a U-turn at the UN building and run back via Gaza St. towards the finish line on Ben Zvi Blvd.

Video clip of marathon route

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Marathon | 42.2km

Marathon

TRACK 42.2

Start time: 7:00 AM

Starting line:
Start at the junction between the Knesset and the Israel Museum, Hamagbit Sq. on Rupin Rd., heading northwest.

Finish line:
The southern end of Sacher Park, enter the finishing funnel from the south, via the Valley of the Cross and the tunnel at the entrance to the city.

The course:
Start the race near the Knesset building and run towards the Israel Museum, Israel's largest and most significant museum and the tenth largest in the world. From there, continue towards the center of town via Bezalel and Ben Yehuda St.and savor the aromas of the nearby Machane Yehuda marketplace. Head northwest towards Ammunition Hill, site of one of the bloodiest battles in IDF history waged during the Six-Day War.

After circling the Mount Scopus Hebrew University campus, run back towards the Old City, past the exclusive shopping mall and luxury hotel at Mamilla, the neighborhood that links the Old City with Jerusalem's new neighborhoods. Take in the historical architecture, narrow alleyways, and the sense of the ancient Jerusalem stone beneath your feet as you enter the Old City through Jaffa Gate. Behold the glorious Tower of David, part of the fortress built in the second century BC to protect the city.

Run through the Armenian Quarter, the smallest of the four quarters of the Old City and recall Jesus' final journey down Via Dolorosa located just several hundred meters to the left. The course will then take you alongside the Jewish Quarter for a glimpse of the Western Wall, the holiest site for the Jewish nation and remnant of the Second Temple. Send a silent prayer over to the holy stones as you run towards Zion Gate, also known as David's Gate, on your way out of the Old City.

The sight of the ancient archeological City of David coming into view on the left is the perfect opportunity to hum a marching tune. Continue west towards Sultan's Pool, built over 500 years ago. This former water reservoir now quenches Jerusalem's thirst for culture with the many outdoor performances that it hosts. Next, you'll pass Mishkenot Shaananim, a cultural and international convention center that promotes tolerance and pluralism. Send an authoritative wave towards the President of Israel as you pass his official home in Talbia, and then continue running towards the charming Emek Refaim neighborhood, built by the Templars in the 19th century and now a cultural hotspot for Jerusalem residents and visitors alike.

The route continues alongside the First Station, a new culture and recreation site established at the old train station where Israel's first train set out en route to Jaffa. Proceed to southeastern Jerusalem and run along the Armon Hanatziv Promenade which connects three walkways – the Haas, Goldman and Sherover Promenades. Make a U-turn at the UN building and run back towards Gaza St. The final stretch of the marathon runs through the enchanting Valley of the Cross, near the ancient Greek monastery and straight towards Ben Zvi Blvd. on the opposite end of the tunnel, where hundreds of spectators are waiting to cheer you on as you cross the finish line.

Video clip of marathon route



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