On the dark streets of Berlin, masterminds of mayhem are running rings around everyday citizens. However, fear not. Never ones to shy away from a challenge, the Racemappr team are donning (r)un-fashionably tight leggings and very #typischberlin masks to become heroes for the night. And we want you to join us.
The adidas Runners City Night race is a 5km or 10km run or 10km skate through the dark streets of Berlin. Supported by adoring fans, up to 10,000 people will be pounding the streets. Music, lights, drums, glow sticks and of course great costumes all make for an awesome atmosphere.
To celebrate the event and come together, we welcome anyone to come and run with our team and friends. Dressed together as superheroes, we will rule the night. In a city that really never sleeps, we will also be joining the adidas runners crew at RunBase to keep the party going.
All abilities are welcome and we are running at both distances.
Want to join us?
1. Visit the event page on Racemappr, register and tell us who you are dressing up as on the page in the comments section. This is where we will share updates about the event
2. Click the ‘Event website’ link and register. Be sure to add your CLUB as ‘Racemappr’
3. Invite your friends to run with us too. Share a link to this post on Facebook or Twitter
4. Start training and get ready to race a #nightintights
Everyone who dresses up and runs with us will get one of our brand new t-shirts to wear at the party. It’s black, so Berlin.
Is Adidas City Night Run your next challenge? We hope so.
Any questions? Email [email protected]
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