When this year’s CPH Half participants head into the homestretch, it will be with a majestic view of Frederiksberg, which is the new CPH half start and finish area.
Announcing Frederiksberg as the new start and finish area for the CPH Half among the the biggest news in the history of the event.
It means that, as of this year’s race edition, the CPH Half participants won’t be crossing the start and finish line on Øster Allé as they have done for the entire 8 years since the CPH half was established.
Instead, the start gun will go off on the beautiful Gl. Kongevej, while the new homestretch will be on the breathtakingly majestic boulevard of Frederiksberg Allé just a few hundred metres from the start.
Moving to enable a bigger and better event
Why relocate the start and finish area?
Because we have plans for the future that can hardly be realized within the current physical settings.
The new start and finish area entails far better opportunities for logistical and organizational development which allows us to further develop, grow and to create an even more spectacular event in the future.
We look very much forward to taking this step together with our participants, sponsors and partners.
World-class course features to be maintained
And how about the course? There will be minor changes to the course to adjust it to the locations of the new start and finish area.
But we all know that the CPH Half course is not just any course.
It is both scenic and lightening fast – and worldwide renowned for it. And it will continue to be so in the future. CPH Half will still be the place where you can break limits on a course designed for doing just that.
As soon as all the details regarding the course have been finalized, we will share the adjusted course with our participants.