Who can enter?
Everyone! As long as you were born in 2003 or before… but it actually depends on which race you choose:
- The Half-Marathon and the Relay Marathon are open to all runners born in 2001 or before (18 years of age in 2019).
- The Marathon is open to all runners born in 1999 or before (20 years of age in 2019).
- Attention! License holders will have to deposit their sporting license in their time to their time to personal space along with proof of an issuance of a medical certificate. Non-license holders must submit a medical certificate of approved for the practice of running in competition / or the practice of athletics in competition / or the practice of sport in competition.
How much does it cost?
Find the price guide below:
How do I get my race bib?
To pick up your race bib, you will have to go to the Run In Lyon Village, located at Place Bellecour (metro lines A and D at Place Bellecour) with:
- 1. Your registration with the QR code (received by email and available in your time to space)
- 2. Your ID card or passport (and so what, if your photo is not very flattering)
- 3. Your medical certificate, if it has not already been validated by the organization in the “my events” section your time to personal space or if it has not been uploaded.
The race bib must be attached to the chest for the entire race (will safety pins that we will provide, don’t worry, you will not have to go to the shops). They cannot be hidden of modified. Anyone not wearing a race bib will be disqualified from the event. Yes, it is a bit strict, but that’s the way it is.
Where and when can I get my race bib?
It is indeed good to be concerned about this, because this information is indispensable!
- Where? The Run In Lyon Village located at Place Bellecour
- Are there metros? Yes! Lines A and D - Place Bellecour
- When? Friday 4 October or Saturday 5 October
Attention: Race bibs will not be handed out Sunday morning, the day of the race!
Medical certificate & regulations
Is the medical certificate mandatory?
Oh yeah! Without a medical certificate stating “approved for the practice of running in competition / or the practice of athletics in competition / or the practice of sport in competition”, it will be impossible to participate! Consult our medical certificate page to be sure that yours was done in due form. Better, to avoid mistakes, we suggest you use the template available here.
Where can the regulations of the event be consulted?
You will find the regulations of the 2019 Run In Lyon by clicking here.
Start / Finish
At what time does it start
- Half Marathon: 8h30
- Marathon: 8h30
- Relay Marathon: 8h30
- 10km : 11h30
Where are the start and finish lines?
The start line will change and will be in the Lyon city centre. The finish line is at Place Bellecour, very close to the start line.
After the race
When and where can I see my results?
All results will be available on time to on Sunday 6 October in the afternoon. A diploma will be available on this same website. You will also be able to find the photos and videos of the race. All you will then have to do is share them on the social media to show what you accomplished, while others were having a sleep in!
Are there classifications?
- A classification by team on the number of kilometres run
Where can I find my photos after the race?
If you are not afraid to see what you look like when running, you will find all the photos on the website of Marathon Photos.