11.-13. September 2020
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RACE OFFICE & INFORMATION POINT is opened on 4.-8. of September on Freedom Square and Kaarli parking lot (BIB number receiving, registration, information)

Opening times on 4-5th September are 10:00-19:00


Friday, 6 September 2019

10.00-20.00 Race office and information desk open

14.00 Press conference (introduction of the event programme, favourites, prizes)

17.00-20.00 Tallinna Maraton EXPO*

17.00 DJ Anton Must

18.20 VillemDrillem

19.00 WE RUN TALLINN 5 kmstart and finish in Freedom Square

19.30 Award ceremony in Freedom Square

19.40 Stefan


Saturday, 7 September 2019

10.00-20.00 Race office and information desk open

10.00-20.00 Tallinna Maraton EXPO*

11.00 MESIKÄPP KIDS’ RACES in Hirvepark

16.45 MyFitness warmup in Freedom Square

16.55 Opening ceremony of Tallinna Maraton and Sügisjooks

17.00 Optibet 10 km - 20th TALLINNA SÜGISJOOKS -  race and walk with start in Freedom Square and finish at the Viru Gates

18.00 Liis Lemsalu Band

19.00 Award ceremony in Freedom Square

19.15 Kala (band)

19.30 Finish is closed


Sunday, 8 September 2019

7.00-16.00 Race office and information desk open

8.00-16.00 Tallinna Maraton EXPO* 

9.00 MARATHON 42.195 kmstart and finish at the Viru Gates

10.00 MyFitness warmup at Viru Gates

10.15 HALF-MARATHON 21.1 kmstart and finish at the Viru Gates

12.30 Award ceremony in Freedom Square

12.45 Karl-Erik Taukar Band

16.00 Finish is closed


* Tallinna Maraton EXPO in Freedom Square – Health, leisure and sports fair

where everyone can browse the partners’ offers, test their health, ask for advice

from specialists of different fields, buy sports and leisure equipment at affordable prices as well as marathon memorabilia, and register for future events.


All concerts take place in Freedom Square and are free for the audience.





This year’s Tallinna Marathon was the long-distance running event with highest level that is ever held in Estonia.


Race records were set in women’s marathon and men’s and women’s half-marathon.

The six best men on the marathon course came from Kenya. From men, the first place went to Josphat Letinga, time 2:12.42, second to Bernard Cheruiyot Sang, time 2:13.47, and third to Joseph Kyengo Munywoki, time 2:14.09. The fourth place in the highly competitive event went to Bernard Kitur (2:14.39), fifth to Moses Mbugua Gaikariga (2:15.57) and sixth to Magut Robert Kimaru (2:20.18). Never before have the first five Tallinna Maraton finishers finished under 2 hours and 16 minutes. The Estonian marathon champion title went to Raido Mitt who made his marathon debut with time 2 hours 26 minutes and 52 seconds. Estonian championships silver went to Raivo Alla (2:27.11) and bronze to Rauno Jallai (2:30.19).