Sunday, September 26, 2021
On Sunday, September 26, the 46th edition of the NN CPC Loop Den Haag will take place. On this page you will find information about:
The information on this page is subject to change without notice.
|08.00 - 14.30 hrs||Pick up bib numbers||Race secretariat, Malieveld|
|09.45 hrs||Start Triodus Youth Run 1K||Koningskade|
|10.30 hrs||Start Triodus Youth Run 2.5K||Koningskade|
|11.00 hrs||Start 5K Run||Koningskade|
|12.00 hrs||Start 10K Run||Koningskade|
|14.30 hrs||Start NN Half Marathon||Koningskade|
On September 26, it is time for the NN CPC Loop Den Haag. Everyone can participate: young, old, trained, untrained, on foot or by wheelchair and it is more than just a running event. During the NN Half Marathon, for example, there are many historic buildings to see. During your run you can experience the culture in The Hague. View the course maps for 2020 on the right. In the run-up to the 2021 edition, all the course maps will be updated.
Course records NN CPC Loop Den Haag
Samuel Wanjiru (M) - 00:58:33 (2007)
Lornah Kiplagat (W) - 1:06:56 (2000)
Bib numbers Dutch participants
Information about receiving bib numbers for Dutch participants will be announced at a later date.
Bib numbers foreign participants
Foreign participants can pick up their bib number at the race secretariat on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 September 2021 at the Malieveld.
Bib numbers for schools (1K, 2.5K, 5K and 10K)
Bib numbers for schools that are ordered before September 6 will be sent to the school and will have the name of the school on it. The bib numbers that are orderded on September 6 or later must be picked up at the Malieveld and will not have the name of the school on it due to the production time of the bib numbers.
Fill in the medical passport
For your own safety you are strongly encouraged to complete the medical form on the back of the bib. This is very important as the information will help the organisers provide appropriate help in case of an emergency. You must wear your bib number on your chest.
You can transfer your bib number to someone else by logging into your account and following the steps. Click here for the step-by-step plan for transferring your bib numer. If you transfer your bib number after August 22, your name will still be visible on the startnumber, because it has already been printed.
You can change the distance if the desired distance is not yet sold out. You can change to a higher distance with the condition that the difference in price is paid. If you change to a lower distance, there will be no refund of the registration fee (or an part of it).
How it works:
Did you change your distance after August 22? A sticker will be provided to you at the Helpdesk on the day of the event. Put the sticker on your start number to participate in the desired distance.
Opening times race secretariat
Times are subject to change
Format start waves
The start waves are determined on the basis of the registered end times as filled in by the participants in their registration forms. It is possible to enter your expected finish time in the registration until August 22. After this, all participants are automatically assigned to the last start wave. Please note: it is then no longer possible to change your start wave or start time. You may start in a later start wave.
How to get to the event
Travel by public transport as much as possible. You can find The Hague Central Station within walking distance of the Malieveld (start and finish location). Keep in mind that many roads are closed and it will be very busy in the city.
Station Den Haag Centraal is within walking distance of the Malieveld, the start location and the finish. Participants and visitors can travel by train to this station on Sunday 26 September. Due to the expected crowds, please allow for extra travel time. Plan your trip before you leave and check the latest information on www.9292ov.nl.
The Malieveld is a 5-minute walk from The Hague Central Station. Due to the short walking distance, we advise you to travel via this station. You can also travel via The Hague Holland Spoor station but then you have to continue with tram 9 or 16 to stop at Malieveld. Look here for all current travel information and travel advices of HTM.
We recommend all participants and spectators to travel by public transport as much as possible. If you know people in your area who are also going to walk or go to The Hague, try to ride with each other. It is cozier, saves costs and is environmentally friendly. Some parking garages in and around the start and finish location around NN CPC Loop Den Haag are not accessible or have limited access. In the run-up to the event, we will publish an overview of parking garages that are accessible.
We strongly advice participants and supporters to arrive by bicycle. Its the quickest and easiest way to reach Malieveld. Several bicycle sheds will be placed around the event site. Do not park your bicycle next to the fences as these will be removed.
The registrations for the NN CPC Loop Den Haag are open. The 46th edition will take place once in fall: Sunday, September 26, 2021. Of course, we will follow developments closely and take all necessary measures to avoid risks.Read more