Uta's fitness, health, running related and selected speaking & charity events
- 6:30 pm Start of talk
Business Area in the HDI Arena, Robert-Enke-Straße 3, 30169 Hannover, Germany
Uta is excited to be part of an expert discussion as part of the Hanover Marathon. Together with running experts Sabrina Mockenhaupt and Philipp Baar, she will answer questions about motivation, exercise, and nutrition.
The event is part of the Hanover Marathon, the entry is free. Please donate for “Selbsthilfe nierenkranker Kinder und Jugendlicher e.V.”, a charity that supports children with kidney diseases at the entry of the event. Uta is looking forward to many questions and being part of this event.
For more information please visit: Website of the Hanover Marathon
- 10:00 am Halfmarathon
- 10:30 am 5K
- 10:45 am 10K
Start: 'Hotel am Müggelsee', Müggelheimer Damm 145, 12559 Berlin.
Uta is excited to join the 10K Müggelsee run this Sunday. The yearly event takes place at the Müggelsee in the eastern suburbs of Berlin. The beautiful lake, also known as the Großer Müggelsee, will host a 5K, 10K and half marathon on the same day.
Uta looks forward to running with new and old friends on the scenic course. This year, late entries are still possible for the events. Come out and join Uta for a wonderful time at Berlin’s picturesque lake. Please note that this year’s start location has been changed.
For more information please visit: Website of the Müggelsee-Event.
- 7:30 am Race Registration at the Theodor Fontane High School
- 9:00 am 400m Kids (Bambini Run)
- 9:15 am 4.1K Students and Halfmarathon Adults
- 9:30 am 4.1K for Youth and Adults
- 10:45 am 9.2K Men’s Race
- 11:00 am 9.2K Women’s Race and Nordic Walking
The main 9.2K run, as well as the Nordic walking and kids’ events, start near the Straussee lake — Fichteplatz/August-Bebel-Straße, 15344 Strausberg. The starting line of the 4.1K race and the half marathon is located on the other side of the lake. Transportation to this point will be provided by a ferry.
After taking part in the celebration of the record-breaking Berlin Marathon, where she was part of the commentator team for ARD Television, Uta will run the annual “Strausseelauf” event. This will be Uta’s ninth time joining the race. The event is a local tradition dating back to 1924, and was part of Uta’s childhood memories and younger running years.
The race is the last part of a three event series. These include swim and bike races that began in July. Participants include athletes and recreational runners from all over Germany, and also children and students.
Uta will run the 9.2K course with the adults and older youths of which she still holds the course record. There is also a shorter 4.1K course. Afterwards, Uta will help with the awards ceremony and the presentation of the storied cup of Mayor.
For more information about the race please visit www.Strausseelauf.de and for Uta’s Insights about the event please see “‘Strausseelauf’—On Autumn Trails to Memories of my Childhood and Youth.”
- 11:00 am Half marathon (from birth year 2002)
- 11:00 am 11K (from birth year 2006)
- 11:20 am 11K Nordic Walking and Power Walking
The start and finish line are at the "Turbinenhalle" at the lake Stienitzsee, 13a Berliner Straße, 15378 Rüdersdorf.
Come and join us for this beautiful running event into autumn just East of Berlin. The 11K and half marathon course will lead around the idyllic lake “Stienitzsee.”
While Lisa Hahner, one of Germany’s top marathon runners, will race the 11K as a test run in conjunction with her current marathon preparation for the Valencia Marathon in the beginning of December, Uta will take on the 11K together with her friends of the local running clubs and with the goal to be just ahead of her friend and former coach Dieter Hogen. Uta said: “This is a course I have trained on since my childhood, and I hope you will love it.”
For more information please visit:
- Start of the 45th BMW Berlin Marathon on September 16:
- 8:45 am Wheelchair Competitors
- 8:58 am Hand Cyclists
- 9:15 am Runners (in three waves)
The marathon will start and finish on the boulevard Straße des 17. Juni (between the Brandenburg Gate and “Kleiner Stern“) — 10785 Berlin.
The 45th running of the Berlin Marathon could make big news in the sporting world. Olympic Champion Eliud Kipchoge is going for a personal best, which would put the world record within his reach. Currently the Kenyan’s mark of 2:03:05 is only eight seconds off the fastest time set by fellow country man Dennis Kimetto in Berlin in 2014.
Uta will be cheering on the tens of thousands of runners from around the world who have registered for this year’s marathon. Incredibly, applications may surpass last year’s more than 61,000 from 137 nations. Uta is honored to have been asked to join the Berlin Marathon as an ambassador and former champion. Now, in her role as a running expert for the SCC Events, the organizer of the marathon, she will be participating in many of the Marathon Weekend activities. You can read her advice to runners — from elites to beginners — on the Berlin Marathon’s Website under Uta’s Running Column. She provides training tips that cover the weeks leading up to the marathon, and also advice on how to stay injury free.
Below you can find some of the events she plans to attend. We will update her appearances as more information is available.
Uta’s Appearances in Berlin:
- On Wednesday, September 12, BMW Drive Talk live on the course of the marathon will visit with Uta, where she will be sharing last-minute tips for the race, at (TBD) Berlin time.
- On Friday, September 14, Uta will be at the Expo BERLIN VITAL. She will be available to meet both old and new friends. The location is the former Airport Tempelhof (Airport Tempelhof, Platz der Luftbrücke 5, 12101 Berlin). The time is still To Be Determined (TBD).
- On Saturday, September 15, the Breakfast Run, a fun 6K starts at 9:30 am in front of Berlin’s beautiful Charlottenburg castle (Spandauer Damm 10-22, 14059 Berlin) and takes the participants to the finish line at the Olympic Stadium — Olympischer Platz 3, 14053 Berlin.
- On Saturday, September 15, Uta will be at her favorite part of Marathon Weekend! She will join her friend Fridolin “Frido” Flink, the mascot of the Berlin Marathon, at the Kids painting competition at the Messe BERLIN VITAL. Location: former Airport Tempelhof, Platz der Luftbrücke 5, 12101 Berlin.
- On Sunday, September 16, Marathon Day, Uta will be at the starting line at 9:15 am, and you may see her out on the course running with her friends. She will also be there to help runners celebrate crossing the finish line. Both the start and finish are on the boulevard Straße des 17. Juni (between the Brandenburg Gate and “Kleiner Stern“) — 10785 Berlin. Have a great run! Marathon Course Map:
For more information please visit www.BMW-Berlin-Marathon.com
Uta loves taking part in this annual fun and historic event, which celebrates America’s “First Running Girl.” 150 years ago, Louisa May Alcott extolled the virtues of running for women. “Louisa May just got it,” said Uta. “And such a fantastic group now carries on her tradition. I am honored to be part of this rich history of women and fitness.”
The 5K/10K event is open to all runners, walkers, “strollercisers,” and wheelchair athletes of all abilities. The event supports the Louisa May Alcott Orchard House, home to Louisa May when she was growing up and made famous in her writings. The event honors the famous author and her family, who were devoted to social justice, education and the arts, and youth fitness. They were pioneers in physical fitness and health for both boys and girls in the 1800’s.
Uta will join participants for a fun run on the beautiful historic course in Concord. The event will be held rain or shine, and Uta looks forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. You can register the morning of the event beginning at 9:30 a.m.
For more information please visit www.LouisaMayAlcott.org
- Start 6:00 am, August 11: Individual Runners. Cut-Off Time 12:00 pm, August 12.
- Start 7:00 am, August 11: Relay Teams. Cut-Off Time 10:00 am, August 12.
Start and Finish are both located in Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Stadium, Cantianstrasse 24, in 10437 Berlin. There will be a total of 26 aid stations on the course.
A wall 100 miles long separated East and West Berliners and the German people for more than 28 years before it was peacefully torn down in 1989 and the cold war ended. Now the Berlin Wall 100-mile race brings runners to the place where the Wall once stood: combining an Ultra Marathon with a moving commemoration of the victims who sought freedom. This annual event began in 2011, symbolically held on the weekend closest to the August 13, 1961, anniversary of the Wall’s construction. This year the course runs clockwise and follows almost exclusively the official well-known “Wall Trail.” It includes flat and paved roads, forests and fields, with 26 aid stations along the way.
Uta will join the Team Axel Springer relay squad for the event. “I grew up on the East side and lived through this heartbreaking time of separation with my fellow Germans,” said Uta. “I am so honored to be part of a running event that focuses on civil rights for all. I want to thank Team Axel Springer for asking me to run with them.”
Together with her fellow runners, Uta is looking forward to running this trail of history. She has special memories of the first months in freedom when she won the Berlin Reunification Marathon in 1990 that celebrated liberty and unity only three days before East and West of Germany became one country again.
For more information please visit: www.100meilen.de/en
- 7:10 pm Inline Skaters
- 7:50 pm 5K Runners
- 8:30 pm 10K Runners and Wheelchair Competitors
At Kurfürstendamm, near the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche.
Uta will be in Berlin to join one of her favorite events — the 27th running of City Night. “It will be fantastic to be back home and run the 10K City Night,” said Uta. “I’m looking forward to the flat and fast course and to enjoying a cool evening run with my friends. It will be magic!”
There will be live music and 50,000 fans are expected to be cheering on the runners — more women than men — out on the course. In the finish area, water, tea and Erdinger alkoholfrei (alcohol-free beer) will be available for all participants. “City Night is such a fun and joyful celebration for everyone from beginners to serious runners. And some might use it as a great test run in preparation for the Berlin Marathon,” said Uta. “I just love to see the city so full of energy and friendship on this special night.”
Uta will join runners at the start line, wishing everyone well, and then run the 10K on a course that goes through downtown Berlin and gives both fast and relaxed runners the chance to enjoy the warmth and comradery of the runners and the crowd. Course map:
For more information please visit: www.berlin-citynight.de
- 7:53 am Wheelchair Division
- 8:00 am First Wave
In front of the Bellin Hospital, immediately south of the skywalk — 774 South Webster Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54301.
Over the years the 10K Bellin Run has grown into a three-day celebration of health and fitness enjoyed by walkers, runners, children and wheelchair competitors. Uta looks forward to returning to Green Bay for the 22nd time at the invitation of her sponsor, Krueger International.
Green Bay, with its beautiful spring weather, will once again have Uta joined by some of the most famous names in the sport, including Meb Keflezighi, Bill Rodgers, Joan Samuelson, Risper Gesabwa, and defending champion Kaitlyn Gregg Goodman.
Uta’s Appearances in Green Bay:
- On Thursday, June 7, Uta will visit the headquarters of her sponsor Krueger International. She will share a few race tips and light stretching exercises before a luncheon. Later she will join the two-mile Bellin Charity Fun Run, scheduled from 5:30-6:30 pm.
- On Friday, June 8, Astor Park at 5:00 pm Triumph Mile, a one-mile walk/run for individuals with mild disabilities. 6:00 pm start of the Children’s Run, also in Astor Park. Uta will be available to say hello to old and new friends and to sign autographs, along with other elite runners.
- On Race Day, June 9, Uta will be at the starting line on Webster Avenue, in front of the Bellin Hospital, for the 7:53 am start of the 10K Wheelchair Division and the 8:00 am start for the other athletes. She can’t wait to run with everyone, and afterwards enjoy the finish line festivities and the Awards Ceremony at 10:45 am in nearby Astor Park.
Here is the course map:
For more information please visit: www.BellinRun.com
- 2:00 pm 10K Walking (Timed)
- 2:05 pm 10K Nordic-Walking (Timed)
- 2:20 pm 500-1000m Kids Run
- 3:40 pm 5K (Timed)
- 4:45 pm 5K Walking (Timed and untimed)
- 6:00 pm 10K Run (Timed)
Start and Finish Line — on the boulevard Straße des 17. Juni (between the Brandenburg Gate and “Kleiner Stern“), 10785 Berlin, Germany.
Uta is looking forward to returning to her home town, Berlin, and running with thousands of women through the beautiful Tiergarten Park, finishing close to the Brandenburg Gate. Running, shopping, festivities, and chill-out zones will line the 5K circular course. The Avon Women’s Race raises awareness and money in the fight against breast cancer.
Uta’s Appearances in Berlin:
- On Wednesday, May 23, at 12:00 pm Uta will take part in the SCC Events press conference to support the 35th Avon Women’s Race Berlin.
- Later in the day there will be a training session with Uta at 7:00 pm at the Tiergarten Park. The session will focus on yoga, stretching, and stabilization to ready body and mind of the runners for the big event on Saturday.
- On Saturday, May 26, there is an exciting afternoon with the children for the 500-1000m Kids Run for 10 year-olds and under at 2:20 pm, Walking and Nordic-Walking events, the 5K and 10K.
- The 10K run will find Uta at the 6:00 pm starting line, and then out on the course. The start and finish are located on the “Straße des 17. Juni.” The post-race Awards Ceremony for the 10K runners is at 7:15 pm.
Here is the 10K course map.
For course information please visit: www.Berliner-Frauenlauf.de