Marathon de Paris


About the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

The Marathon de Paris is one of the most important races on the European long-distance running circuit. It takes place through the very centre of the city, starting on the Champs-Elysées and finishing at Avenue Foch, taking in the Eiffel Tower, Place de la Bastille and the River Seine on the way. First run in 1976, last year’s marathon was won by Kenyans Cyprian Kotut, in the men’s race, and Visiline Jepkesho in the women’s event. Will they take up the challenge again this year against the other 57,000 runners expected to participate in the race through the City of Light?

Helpful information about the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

Registrations are now open for the Paris marathon so if you’d like to take part, please head to the official registration page. The first early bird registration fee sold out in 90 minutes but there are still spaces available at the second level price of €99. Disabled competitors should register via Handisport. The race starts at 8.35am for disabled participants and at 8.45am for able-bodied runners. Note that, like all professional races in France, you’ll need a medical certificate from your doctor stating that you are fit enough to run the race before you can pick up your race number.

Making the most of the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

While you have to be over 18 to compete in the main marathon, this doesn’t mean that kids can’t take part. If you have children who are between 5 and 10 years old, they can participate in one of the most famous parts of the adult course - running underneath the Eiffel Tower! There are two ‘races’ in the Haribo Marathoons event - one of 1.2km and the other of 2.2km. There will be fun activities to enjoy, live music and a medal for those who finish the race. Why not enrol your budding athletes in February and head to the Champ de Mars to watch them in their first mini-marathon!

Where to stay in Paris for the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

Find the perfect place to relax in Paris, whether you’re competing or spectating at the marathon. At Eventful Stays, you can choose from a wide range of rental accommodation, from penthouses, apartments, studios, rooms, bed and breakfasts, houses or boats…all within or close to the centre of Paris. Check out our accommodation in Paris.

Things to do near the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

Paris is one of the world’s most beautiful cities and it’s also one of the most vibrant, ensuring that you’ll always find something to feast your eyes on. Grab some retail therapy on the Champs-Elysées, visit the myriad of art galleries and museums or chill out in some of the famous city parks such as the Bois de Vincennes, Luxembourg Gardens or Tuileries Garden.

More information about the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 

To find out more information about the Paris Marathon course, results from past years’ races, where it starts and finishes together with the sights you can see along the route, please head to the official website.

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