Don't forget anything!
Don’t worry, we’re here every step of the way to make sure everything runs smoothly. Here’s a quick checklist so you don't forget anything!
01 | Prepare your medical certificate for runners (not for cyclists)
You feel prepared, your legs are ready, your determination is unshakeable: winning the race is practically a formality. But what does your doctor think? Before the race you must provide a medical certificate, via the registration platform. Those registering for the bike race must fill in and sign a liability waiver when they collect their bib.
ATTENTION, this certificate must meet several criteria:
- Is marked “non contre-indication à la pratique de l’athlétisme en compétition” (no contraindication to competitive sport) or “non contre-indication à la pratique de la course à pied en compétition” (no contraindication to competitive running)
- Is dated to within one year of race day
To avoid mistakes, we recommend using the example certificate available on the platform.
02 | Collect your race bib
No bib collection on the day race (Sunday) ! They can be collected beforehand, on Friday or Saturday, between 9am and 7pm, at the exhibition Village – Stade Jean Pierre Wimille, 73-85 Boulevard de l’Amiral Bruix, Paris 16.
To collect it you will need:
- Confirmation of registration;
- Your valid medical certificate (or licence);
- A form of ID.
03 | Don't miss the start!
The race will start at 8.30am for runners and 2:00pm for cyclists.
Please note that there will be different starting times depending on how long you think it will take to complete the 35km race.
For the run, the Handisport wave will start 10 minutes before the preferential wave, at 8.20am.
Discover the race programme details here!