This 10-mile point-to-point race in the French capital starts in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. The first four miles of the course hug the banks of the Seine River before runners head through Paris’s wooded suburbs before a finish at the magnificent Palace of Versailles. Unless you’re an elite athlete, the start is something of a free for all: a no-seeding policy means you can start where you like.
|2nd Male||53:04||Arnoud Michel|
|3rd Male||53:11||Louis Marie Kerrand|
|4th Male||53:34||Glenn Lastennet|
|2nd Female||1:01:14||Alice Michel|
|3rd Female||1:02:22||Joanna Moyse|
|4th Female||1:02:59||Kathleen Onell|
The race course is unchanged since 1992.
The race is 16.2 kilometres (a bit more than 10 miles) long, from the bottom of the Eiffel Tower to the Château de Versailles.