Media Accreditation Saradar Bank Women’s Race

Media accreditation is available to journalists of all fields (print, internet, TV, radio, photography agency) and has to be applied for based on the submitted form, Saradar Bank Women’s Race reserves the right to approve or deny accreditation.

Appropriately credentialed media is allowed to attend all press conferences and use the media center's facilities during operating hours. We provide a comfortable, full-service indoor location including workspace, Wi-Fi and power stations. It is fully staffed by Saradar Bank Women’s Race media representatives.
Race-Day services include large-format direct feeds of the Saradar Bank Women’s Race, real-time race updates, split and finish times printouts and the post-race press conference.

Application forms will be available between 21 st February and 20 th of March 2019 . All information regarding the process will be published on this page in due time.

The online system for media to apply for accreditation for the Saradar Bank Women’s Race on Sunday 31 st March 2019 is now open
Applications will be reviewed and accreditation confirmations will be emailed to media granted accreditation during the week commencing 21 st March 2019.

Accreditation passes can be obtained from the BIB Pickup at the Port of Beirut
Gestion et Exploitation Du Port De Beyrouth / إدارة وإستثمار مرفأ بيروت
Ground Floor Administration Building from the 29 th till 30 th of March 2019 12pm till 9pm

If you have questions, please contact media@beirutmarathon.org.

Please fill out the form below to access the portal to apply for accreditations

Please Tick if you wish to apply for accreditation on behalf of your colleague within the same organisation.

The Starts

Race Line Up Start
10 KM Para – Athletes Race 7:00 AM 7:15 AM
10 KM Race 7:15 AM 7:30 AM
10 KM Relay Race 7:15 AM 7:30 AM
Run with Parents 2 KM 8:45 AM 9:00 AM
Fun Run 5 KM 9:15 AM 9:30 AM

Race Day Transport
Please note that it is extremely difficult to get from the start to the finish in time to cover the finish of the elite races due to limited transport options and the crowds watching the event. It is therefore recommended that photographers covering the elite races should work either at the Start or the Finish areas and not attempt to do both.