Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris
This is a race you don't want to miss! Get ready to hit the streets of the capital on 3 March 2024, at speed or at your own pace.
It starts with preparation and the collection of race numbers in the Village at the Parc Floral, on Friday 1 March and Saturday 2 March 2024. Pace, time, motivation, clothing - the race sets the benchmarks for everyone!
First Paris race
Whether you are an experienced competitor or run for fun, take up the challenge of the Paris half-marathon. The race is the ideal distance to start the year in good shape. More than 40,000 participants run the 21.1 km route of the Harmonie Mutuelle Semi de Paris each year in the most beautiful city in the world. You will tread the streets of the French capital and discover Paris’s most famous monuments. The Paris half-marathon, with IAAF Bronze Label certification, supports you to help you prepare to complete the race. It offers a variety of high-quality training sessions, including an MAS test, hill running, strength training and long runs. With Garmin Coach you will also be able to create your own tailor-made training programme, and all for free.
The city of Paris is one of the top tourist destinations for running and taking part in a sporting challenge! Thousands of supporters cheer you on along the way, clapping and shouting your name. When you cross the finish line, reward your efforts and have your photograph taken to capture the moment and immortalise an unforgettable memory.
Paris, a sports destination!
The starting gun goes off in the heart of Paris on boulevard Henri IV, near the Place de la Bastille, and the race ends on rue de Lyon, just beyond the same square’s famous central column. This historic location is ideal for enjoying shops, restaurants and café terraces after the race.
After the start, you cross to the left bank and follow the banks of the river Seine. You run alongside the Jardin des Plantes and the Bibliothèque François Mitterrand to then cross the Tolbiac bridge and venture into the Bois de Vincennes park with its castle. Having seen Paris’s most beautiful monuments along the way, you then come to the end of the race on the historic rue de Rivoli.
Whether you are from the 1st or 19th arrondissement of Paris, Marseille or Lille, Kenya or Germany, you will discover (or rediscover!) the French capital in a whole new way. On your marks, get set, go!
75004 Paris 4ème
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