Departure organization

Starting line

Starting line

10am : departure of international runners
Starting at 10am 01 : waves of more than 350 participants per minute
Starting Order: no priority, first come first departure
Departure limit time: 11am (whatever the number of participants)





Access to the starting area

RER C

RER C

The RER line C is the liaison between the departure and arrival:
Paris: "Pont de l'Alma" station
Versailles: "Versailles Château" station

Métro: "Bir-Hakeim" and "Trocadéro" are the closest stations of the departure.




Cloakrooms

Cloakrooms

Cloakrooms

In Paris: cloakroom-trucks are available at the Iena Bridge (linking the Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower across the Seine river), few meters to the entrance of departure zone. Your cloaths must be leave before 9:30am. A ticket given to the deposit will be required back at the finish.

In Versailles: you will find the trucks shortly after the finish line (right side facing the palace).





Arrival organization

Finish line

Finish line

The arrival of each participant is validated by the passage of the chip sticked to your bib on the carpets just after the finish line.

To have your time registered, you need to pass the finish line before 1pm 30 (13:30)

On arrival you will receive a provisioning bag and the medal of the race.


Access to the finish

The finish area is located 500m from the Palace of Versailles, on the Avenue de Paris.

Versailles map

You can park your car in Versailles in the morning and use the RER C. This way you can change once you arrive at Versailles.

Meeting points at the finish

Several large tags you can use to give appointments will be arranged after the finish line. They will be named according to big european cities :

  • Amsterdam, Athènes, Berlin, Bruxelles, Copenhague, Dublin, Lisbonne, Londres, Luxembourg, Helsinki, Madrid, Rome, Stockholm and Vienne