This year, the famous Marathon de Paris will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Get ready for a great new edition on Sunday April 3rd 2016, and cover the 42,195km of this mythical race in the streets of the capital.
Attention all sport enthusiasts ! The Marathon de Paris comes back in the capital on April 3rd 2016.
Considered as one of the most important race in the world, the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris will gather around 57 000 runners from more than 145 countries, all ready to go hard and face the 42,195km of the race.
The Marathon de Paris will once again take over the streets of the capital for this 40th edition, and will go through famous places such as the Champs Elysées, the Quais de Seine and the Bois de Vincennes.
Here is a map of the course of this 2016 edition :
If you want to be fully prepared for this event, don’t forget to visit the Salon du Running, which gathers more than 80 000 visitors and 200 running professionals every year.
Note that the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 2016 will also host other sportive events, such as the Haribo Marathoon’s, which consists in two races (1,2km and 2,2km) made for children from 5 to 10 years old. Kids will be able to run on a closed and safe course, and enjoy a good breakfast and a well deserved medal at the end of the race.
You can also discover the traditional Breakfast Run. Organised on the eve of the Marathon de Paris, this 5km race will take over the streets of the capital, on a closed course that will allow to discover the many monuments and prestigious locations that made the history of Paris : the Arc de Triomphe, the Avenue Foch, the Trocadéro, and an amazing arrival at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
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