the third edition of The motionsløbet Royal Run, where several members of the royal family attend, has been postponed.

Motionsløbet Royal Run will be postponed until the fall due to coronaviruses.

the Race was to be held 1. June in five cities in Denmark, but is deferred to 6. september.

It confirms the royal family on its website and the organizer, Move for life, in a press release.

the Races were to be held in Sønderborg, Aalborg, Odense, Copenhagen and on Bornholm. In the four former cities would the royal family be represented.

the Race had also been held 28. may in Nuuk in Greenland, but it is deferred for 30. august.

Button the 80,000 had so far signed up motionsløbene. There are three distances to race on the 1.6 mile, five kilometers and ten kilometers.

Kronprinseparret and their four children, prince Christian, princess Isabella, prince Vincent and princess Josephine, should all have participated in during 1. June.

– We have the whole family welcomed us to lace up the shoes for the Royal Run.

– But due to the current situation with corona virus unfortunately we have to postpone this year’s løbefest to the 6. september in Denmark and the 30. august in Greenland, said the family in a press release from the organizers behind the race.

– We would like to invite all løbeglade – young and older – to maintain the joy and the enthusiasm for the exercise, follow the authorities ‘ recommendations and to arm themselves with patience.

– We hope all the six, to the Royal Run can be a major focal point after the summer holidays, and to all until then take care of themselves and each other, reads it from the royal family.

this is The third edition of the Royal Run, first held in 2018 in connection with crown prince Frederik’s 50th birthday.

Last year, he had, however, dropping the course due to a herniated disc and confined themselves instead to walk 1.6 kilometres in Aarhus.

on Wednesday selected the organisers of the Copenhagen Marathon, which was supposed to be over the pile 17. may, to cancel this year’s race.

/ritzau/