The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris will be back on Sunday April 5, 2020! 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.
Stay tuned to discover the Marathon de Paris 2020 route.
For the record, in 2019, two legendary places in Paris have been added to the route: The Opéra Garnier and the Place Vendôme. For the rest, racers ran across the Place de la Concorde, in front of the City Hall, the Place de la Bastille, the Château de Vincennes, the Bois de Vincennes, Notre-Dame de Paris, the Musée d'Orsay, the Eiffel Tower and even the Bois de Boulogne...
Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 2020 race route: coming soon
In the meantime, don't forget the second registration phase opens on September 4 at 12 p.m. (CEST) on Time To.
Note that in 2019, 49,155 racers signed up to face this famous marathon.
As for the hit list 2019, Ethiopia imposed itself thanks to the victory of Abrha Milaw in 2 hours 07 minutes and 5 seconds, stealing the limelight from two-time winner Kenyan Paul Lonyangata who finished third this year in 2 hours 07 minutes and 29 seconds. Last year, he did it in 2h06'25". Ethiopian Asefa Mengistu hit the second place with a score of 2h07'25".
Moving on to women, Ethiopian Gelete Burka won in 2h22'47". She was followed by her fellow countrywomen Azmera Gebru (2h22'52") and Azmera Abreha (2h23'35") who were respectively second and third.
As for French Julien Casoli, he won his third victory for the handispot race in wheelchair.
Finally, French Clémence Calvin - accused of avoiding an anti-doping control - has been authorized to run the Marathon of Paris. She finished fourth in 2h23'41" and beats France's distance record (record of 2h24'22" by Christelle Daunay in 2010).
Marathon of Paris 2019 hit list:
Well done to every runner and meet on April 5, 2020 for the 44th edition of the Marathon of Paris!
On 5 April 2020
Starts at 8 a.m.
à partir de : 110 €