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Paris Saint Germain en Laye

Sunday May 26th, 2024
Saint-Germain Paris, France
Distance: 10K · 20k
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The 12th edition of the now classic “Paris-Saint-Germain-en-Laye La course”, a crossing of 20 km, between Paris, the Hauts-de-Seine and the Yvelines. A half-urban, half-nature race, a 20 km not really flat with a passage through the Mont-Valérien.

The race start in the Bois de Boulogne, the coursepasses by the banks of the Seine, by the towns of Suresnes, Nanterre, Rueil-Malmaison, Chatou, Croissy-sur-Seine, Le Vesinet, Le Pecq to finish at the terrace of the beautiful castle of Saint Germain en Laye.

In May, the colors of spring, crossings from the Bois de Boulogne to the terrace of the castle of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, from Chatou to this same terrace, our course offer an urban decor, nature and a unique playground.

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Bob Anderson
I ran this race in 2018 and I just loved it. Well organized and it is a great way to see a lot of Paris you might not otherwise ever see. I would recommend it fully.
Paris Saint Germain en Laye, Race Date: 2023-05-14, Distance: 20k
Division Time Name Age Home
2nd Male 1:11:05 HELLIO ALEXANDRE
3rd Male 1:11:11 GAWRONSKI QUENTIN
4th Male 1:11:33 SOLLE GRÉGOIRE
Female 1:24:14 COAT CHARLOTTE
2nd Female 1:31:07 SENANT LAETITIA
4th Female 1:32:41 AFONINA ANASTASIA
Division Time Name Age Home
Paris Saint Germain en Laye

Since 2009, many of you have participated in this spring classic, on this course that crosses three departments: Paris, Hauts-de-Seine and Yvelines. Its atypical layout, so recognizable, with its first urban part, and its second natural part along the Seine, without forgetting the two climbs, Mount Valerian, and the coast of Pecq, real judges of peace whose percentages of certain Passages have nothing to envy to the passes of the Tour de France waiting for you.

Certainly, you will not make your best time on this 20 km but once on the terrace of the castle of Saint-Germain-en-Laye for the last 100 meters, you can say that you did it. There is no better to see Paris on foot.

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