Who can register?
Anyone! You just have to be born in 2003 or before… but it all depends on which race you have chosen:
- The 10 km is open to all runners born in 2003 or before (16 years old in 2019)
- The half-marathon is open to all runners born in 2001 or before (18 years old in 2019)
- The marathon is open to all runners born in 1999 or before (20 years old in 2019)
- Important ! Federation members must submit their sports licence (FFA) on their time to personal space to prove that they have received a medical certificate. Non-members must submit a medical certificate of aptitude to carry out competitive running.
How do I register?
All registrations are on time to.Unlike many other registration processes, this one is quick. It won't take you more than 5 minutes and you will receive immediate confirmation that you have registered. After creating your account (or after logging into your time to profile), you will just have to fill in a form and make the payment (which is of course secure). If you want access to the elite or preferential starting area, first of all register for the red starting area and send us proof of performance that is less than two years old, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then immediately change your starting area assignment!
What are the different prices?
Find the different prices below:
What does my registration include?
- Training sessions
- Participation in the race
- A T-shirt (the Finisher T-shirt for the marathon will be given at the race finish and when collecting your race bib for the 10 km and half-marathon)
- A medal
- The status of Finisher !
How do I register if I am unemployed?
If you are unemployed, registration for one of the three Run In Reims races is free. Simply send us a document from the unemployment office at the following address: email@example.com. Once we have received and verified the document, we will send you a free registration link.
Running with my company
If I’m running with my company, how do I register?
Nothing could be easier: check with your team leader, who will give you your special code. Then register on time to. Then start training, to make sure that your company clocks a good time!
How do I collect my race bib?
You will need the following to obtain your race bib:
- Your registration with the QR code (received by email and available on your time to space)
- Your ID
- Your valid medical certificate. If this has not already been validated on your time to personal space or if not placed online
We'll have more informations to give you very soon.
The race bib must be worn on your chest throughout the race, attached using pins that we will provide. Your bib must not be hidden or altered. If you do not wear your bib, you will unfortunately be excluded from the race.
How do I change starting areas?
You can change your starting area directly from your time to personal space. To access the elite or preferential starting area, you must register online for the red starting area and send us your proof of performance by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then be able to easily change your starting area assignment.
Medical certificate and regulations
Is the medical certificate obligatory?
Yes! If you do not have a valid medical certificate stating “apt for athletics in competition", or “apt for competitive running”, or “apt for competitive sports” you will be unable to take part in the race! It must also be less than one year old as at the date of the race. To avoid any confusion, we advise that you use the certificate template available on-line here.
I've registered online, when can I hand in my medical certificate?
You can upload your medical certificate to your time to personal space until 10 October 2019 inclusive. After this date, you will need to bring ID and your valid medical certificate in order to collect your race bib (you will be informed of the exact location soon). Important! If you do not have the certificate or if it is not correct, we won’t be able to give you your race bib.
Where can I consult the race regulations?
You can consult the regulations for the Run In Reims 2019 race by clicking here.
Start / Finish
When do the races start ?
- Half-marathon : 8h30
- Marathon : 8h30
- 10 km : 11h
What time should I come to the start? We recommend that you enter your starting area 20 minutes before the start.
Where is the starting line?
The starting line is on Avenue Libergierright in the centre of Reims, opposite the Cathedral!
Where is the finish line?
The finish line is on Boulevard Lundy (near the Halles Boulingrin).
How does the timekeeping work?
When you come to collect your race bib, we will also give you an electronic chip on strips to be attached behind your bib. This chip will be automatically initialised on the start line and will be used to check your race speed at various points along the course (every 5 km). For example, a participant who does not follow the exact course cannot be ranked at the finish. For the chip to be detected on the timekeeping mats along the course, take care to:
- Avoid folding your race bib
- Avoid wrinkling your race bib
- Do not detach the strips
- And if you are wearing a jacket over your bib, remember to open it when you cross the timing mats
Will there be anything to eat along the course?
Of course, because was want to be sure that you have the energy to reach the finish line! Feed stations will be located every 5 km for each of the three races. They will be offering water, dried fruit, fresh fruit and sugar.
Will there be changing rooms?
No, there will be no changing rooms. A left-luggage facility will however be available at the finish. You will be able to leave a (closed) bag there and collect it after the race by presenting your race bib.
Is there a left-luggage facility?
You will be able to leave a bag in the left-luggage area at the finish, free of charge, so that you can run with complete peace of mind. You will be able to collect it after the race by presenting your race bib. At the request of the authorities, all types of backpacks (including camelbacks) are prohibited in the starting areas for safety reasons.
Are there toilets along the course?
You will find toilets at the start, along the starting areas and at the finish.
Are there pacers to help me reach my goal?
Of course! In each start starting area, there will be pacers to help you meet your goal. They will be easily identifiable: They will be carrying flags of the same colour as your starting area!
For the marathon :
- 3h30 - blue
- 3h45 - purple
- 4h00 - green
- 4h15 - grey
- 4h30 and more - pink
For the half-marathon :
- 1h40 - blue
- 1h45 - purple
- 1h55 - green
- 2h00 - grey
- 2h05 and more - pink
For the 10 km :
- 47' - blue
- 51' - purple
- 54' - green
- 57' – grey
After the race
When and where can I consult my results?
Your results will be available on time to on the afternoon of Sunday 20 October. You will be able to download a diploma and also see photos and videos of the race. Then it’s up to you to share them on social media!
Are there rankings?
Of course! We don’t want to pressure you, but we must admit that we’d love to see you record a good time!
SOLO : An individual ranking for all runners
Where do I collect my medal?
You will be given your Finisher medal after you cross the finish line.
Where can I find my photos after the race?
You will be able to find all the photos on the website.
Who will be able to help me if I get lost on race day?
Don’t panic! Hundreds of volunteers will be pretty much everywhere on race day. You will find them when you collect your race bib, at the feed stations, along the course and at the finish. They are there for you, so don’t hesitate to thank them for their encouragement!
Can I be a race volunteer?
With pleasure! Who would be crazy enough to refuse motivated people willing to encourage others? Join our hundreds of volunteers and help us ensure that this event is a success. For more information, contact us at the following address:
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