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D-DAY

STARTING ZONE CHANGED: YOU’LL START FROM BOULEVARD SAINT GERMAIN TO FINISH AT PLACE DE LA BASTILLE

The access:

 To access the departure zone, you must take those roads: From Bastille, take Quai Henri IV, Pont de Sully, Quai de Béthune, Quai de Tournelle and then Quai de Montebello. Signs will be installed to guide you. To entry in your sas, please use those roads: -         

  • Wheelchair sas: rue du Cardinal Lemoine          
  • Elite / Preferentiel sas: rue du Cardinal Lemoine          
  • Red sas: rue de Poissy   
  • Yellow sas: rue de Pontoise        
  • Blue sas: rue des Bernardins         
  • Purple sas: rue Frédéric Sauton         
  • Green sas: rue Saint Jacques       
  • Grey sas: rue Saint Jacques         
  • Pink sas: rue Saint Jacques

You can use public transportation:

  • Metro line 10 : Cluny la Sorbonne, Maubert-Mutualité, Cardinal Lemoine
  • Metro line 7 : Sully-Morland, Pont Marie
  • Metro line 1 : Saint-Pau, Gare de Lyon
  • Metro line 5 : Quai de la Rapée,
  • RER A : Gare de Lyon
  • RER D : Gare de Lyon
  • Transilien R : Gare de Lyon
  • Boulevard Saint Michel

You can also use a bicyle to do a little gesture for the planet and also to warm up at the same time 😉

A full securized bicycles parking will be available next March 3rd! You’ll find it on Voie Georges Pompidou parallel with Quai Henri IV situated at 400 from the left luggage zone and at 800m from the start.

Only 300 parking spaces will be available, so book yours now!

Starting hours are:

  • 7:58AM, wheelchair start
  • 8:00AM elite and preferential start
  • 8:02AM, red sas start (less than 1h35)
  • 8:20AM, yellow sas start (1h35)
  • 8:30AM, blue sas start (1h40)
  • 8:46AM, purple sas start (1h45)
  • 9:19AM, green sas start (1h50)
  • 10:06AM, gray sas start (2h)
  • 11:01AM, pink sas start (2h10 et +)

The good moves to make:

  • I arrive early and I check my departure time on my personal convocation
  • I run lightly, I take the minimum of personal belongings
  • I don’t use plastic, I don’t wear ponchos while I’m waiting in the SAS. I wear old clothes which I don’t use it anymore and I leave them in the dedicated boxes present in the SAS to give them a second life
  • I cooperate with the security services
  • I listen to the messages broadcasted at the starting line
  • I warn the security services if I see something unusal or a suspect object

Sanitary stations:

  • You’ll find toilets on Place de la Bastille near the SAS entry and near the finish line
  • All along the route, you’ll find mixed genders toilets near the feeding stations

PLACE DE LA BASTILLE WILL CELEBRATE YOUR ARRIVAL

I avoid to be stressed:

  • I check that my bib can be seen during all the race and worn on the chest. Warning, if you don’t respect this rule, you can be disqualified (make sure your running accessoires won’t bother your bib wearing 😉)
  • I organize with my friends and family by chosing an appointment zone after leaving the finish zone
  • My friends and family download the official race app to follow me all along the route

I anticipate my passage to the left luggage station:

March 3rd, you will have a free access to the left luggage station situated Boulevard de la Bastille from 7AM to 2PM. Bags with dimensions bigger than 45x36x20cm won't be accepted.  You’ll be able to recover your belongings by presenting your bib.
Don’t forget to take the necessary time to put your possessions and go to your SAS!

FOR A RACE IN THE BEST CONDITIONS, CHECK OUR GUIDE!