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La Parisienne

September 2018

Paris - 75 Paris

La Parisienne - Course à pied féminine, Paris © La Parisienne - Krieger Vincent

Description

La Parisienne is a running race that's just for women. Created by Patrick Aknin in 1997, the first edition saw 1500 women competing in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne.  

Now, some 40,000 female runners set off early in the morning to get round the 6.7 kilometres of this race in the heart of the capital. The race starts at Pont d'Iéna and finishes at the Champs de Mars. And since running is also about having fun, La Parisienne is the chance to complete various challenges (which can be done in teams of two). Take part as teams of mothers and daughters, friends, company teams, or aim to win the fancy dress competition: you decide how you wish to take part.  

Beyond the sporting challenge, la Parisienne is also a charity race, raising money for breast cancer research. By participating in this race, you will thus raise awareness and funds for scientific research to help fight this cancer that affects 1 in 8 women. 

Audience

All public

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The capital is the setting each year for the organisation of major cultural, sport and festive events... So Parisians, French and tourists meet on the quays of Paris for Paris Plages, Nuit Blanche, the Paris Marathon, the Roland Garros Grand Slam tournament, the Tour de France , the fireworks of July 14th at the Trocadero, the LGBT Pride March, the Techno Parade ... A varied program throughout the year!

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