The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris is back on Sunday April 14, 2019! As tradition would have it, participants will start the race from the Champs Elysées and cover the legendary 42.195km throughout the French capital’s most beautiful streets.
Every year, 145 nationalities and some 55,000 racers come to face off this famous marathon. In 2018, they were 42,095 racers. In 2019, how many will you be? A word of advice, hurry up and register!
While waiting for the 43rd edition of the Marathon de Paris, we (re)discover the hit list 2018. Kenyan Paul Lonyangata repeated his exploit! Finishing once again as the first one in 2h06'25", he kept his title of champion. Then followed two other Kenyan: Mathew Kisorio (2h06'36") and Ernest Ngeno (2h06'41").
As for women, his fellow countrywoman Betsy Saina made it first in 2h22'56". She was followed by Kenyan Ruth Chepngetic (2h22'59") and Ethiopian Gulume Chala who made it third in 2h23'06".
Know that the first French runner is Jean-Damascene Habarurema who made as 17th in 2h15'13".
Please note the Marathon de Paris 2018 innovated and offered two starts: one for women and one for men. So, women started 16 minutes and 26 seconds before men precisely, which is the differential of the best female and male times of the Parisian race in 2017.
Marathon de Paris 2018 Men's Podium
Marathon de Paris 2018 Women's Podium
Meet on April 14, 2018 for the 43rd edition of the Marathon de Paris!
L’organisateur offre deux dossards mis en jeux pour participer au Marathon de Paris le dimanche 14 avril 2019.
On 14 April 2019