Aurélia Filho - Agence AFC
FRANCE'S BIGGEST HALF MARATHON RETURNS ON 3 MARCH
Tick-tock... the countdown is on. 2024 has just begun, but the Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris is already on the horizon. The race will be held on Sunday, 3 March, and will bring together thousands of runners in the streets of Paris, ready to take on the 21.1 km challenge. This year, tens of thousands of participants are expected, proof, if needed, of a genuine popular appeal.
THE E-SEMI: YOUR LATE-SUMMER CHALLENGE FROM 6 TO 10 SEPTEMBER 2023!
Back to school, back to work, back to running with new goals and resolutions! From those who want to make running part of their lives again to those who just want to tackle a fun challenge, the Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris is calling on all runners to take part in the e-Semi free of charge from 6 to 10 September. The ideal warm-up for the Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris, scheduled for Sunday, 3 March 2024, with registration opening on Monday, 11 September on time to.
IT IS TIME TO GET A BIB FOR THE 2024 HARMONIE MUTUELLE SEMI DE PARIS!
The Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris will be back on Sunday, 3rd March 2024, and registration is now open on time to! For a first half marathon or for a new personal best, this is THE running event!
Plans, training guides, podcasts and a mobile app are provided free of charge to help runners achieve their goals and stay on track
HALF MARATHON PACKED WITH CHALLENGES AND RECORDS A RUNAWAY SUCCESS
The first runners started the 21.1 km test from the Pont de Sully (Île Saint Louis) at 8 o'clock this morning. Over 46,000 athletes tackled this challenge, the first major running event of the 2023 season. The 31st edition yielded new records in both the men's and the women's races.
RONCER KIPKORIR (MEN) AND SHEILA CHEPKURUI (WOMEN) SMASH THE EVENT RECORDS
The Kenyan Roncer Kipkorir took the 31st Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris in 59:38 —a new record in the men's race, beating the previous best mark of 59:42, established by his countryman Moses Kibet in 2021.
Jimmy Gressier clocked a time of 59:55 to finish third overall as the top French finisher.
Another Kenyan, Sheila Chepkurui, also set a new record of 1:06:01 as she romped to victory in the women's race of the 2023 Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris. The previous record was held by Pauline Njeri, who ran a time of 1:07:55 in 2012.