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  1. 1. Départ / Start Arrivée / Finish 21 Km Métro / Subway Chonométrage / Timekeeping Ravitaillements / Drinks and food B OULEV A R D P É R I P H É R I Q U E BOULEVARD PÉRIPHÉRIQUE QUAI DE BERCY ROUTE DE LA PYRAMIDE AVENUE DE GRAVELLE AVENUE DE GRAVE LLE RUEDECH ARENTON RUE JOSEPH KESSEL AVENUE DAUMESNIL BOULEVARD DE BERCY QUAI DES CÉLES TINS QUAIST-BERNARD QUAID'AUSTERLITZ PONT DE SULLY RUE DE RIVOLI ROUTE DUPESAGE Rte ST-HUBERTAv. DE LA PORTE DE CHARENTON BOULEVARD DE SÉBASTOPOL AVENUE DAUMESNILPONTDEBERCY QUAIDELARAPÉE RUEST-ANTOINE Av.VICTORIA BOULEVARD HENRI IV GARE D’AUSTERLITZ QUAI DE LA GARE BERCY DAUMESNIL QUAI DE LA RAPÉE 20 15 5 10 16 18 19 21 17 1 2 3 4 6 7 11 12 14 13 8 9 XXe XIIe XIeIIIe IVe Ve XIIIe B O I S D E V I N C E N N E S Boulevard Voltaire AvenuePhilippeAuguste Rue des Pyrénées BoulevardDavout BoulevardSoult Cours de Vincennes Av.LedruRollin Boulevard Diderot PLACE DE LA NATION PLACE DE LA BASTILLE BdBeaumarchais Gare de Lyon Opéra Hôpital St-Antoine Institut du Monde Arabe Hippodrome de Paris-Vincennes Château de Vincennes PLACE D'ITALIE AccorHotels Arena Ministère de l'Économie et des Finances B.N.F. François Mitterrand PLACE FÉLIX EBOUÉ Notre-Dame Île de la Cité Île St-Louis Cimetière du Père Lachaise Jardin des Plantes Parc de Choisy Cimetière de Gentilly Parc Kellermann Parc de Bercy Bd St-Germain Q.Panhardet Lavassor QuaideBercy Poniatowski Boulevard Masséna Boulevard Kellermann Avenued'Italie Avenuedel'Hôpital Boulevard Vincent Auriol Boulevard St-Marcel Bd Arago Boulevard A. Blanqui RueMonge Rue de Tolbiac Rue de Tolbiac PORTE DE MONTREUIL PORTE DE VINCENNES PORTE DE ST-MANDÉ PORTE DORÉE PORTE DE REUILLY PORTE DE CHARENTON PORTE DE BERCY PORTE DE CHOISY PORTE D'ITALIE PORTE D'IVRY QUAI D'IVRY Boulevard Avenue Daumesnil Quai de la Tournelle Lac Daumesnil LASEINE Lac des Minimes BdBourdonBddelaBastille Rue du Faubourg St-Antoine THE ROUTE THE LEADING HALF MARATHON IN FRANCE SUNDAY 4th MARCH 2018 Quai de Seine Hôtel de Ville Pont de Bercy
  2. 2. THE COMPETITORS * 65 nations represented 88% of participants are French 79 % from the Île-de-France region: • Paris: 34 % • Hauts-de-Seine: 14 % • Yvelines: 6 % 47,000 participants registered The leading half marathon in France as the number of registered participants A DEDICATED APP! The 1st half marathon to have its own application, it is specially designed to help participants prepare for the race: 34% of the competitors will run this distance for the 1st time, of which 43 % of women TRAIN YOURSELFPREPARE YOUR HALF MARATHON * as of January 4th 2018 18-24 years old 25-34 years old 35-49 years old 50-64 years old + 65 years old 40% 37% 14% 8% 1% 37 years: average age of the competitors For runners taking part in the 21.1-km adventure for the very first time, the Fitbit Semi de Paris has made available to help you be ready for the big day: tips, advice, feeding, training). • ​Analyse your training in detail via an activity summary • ​Compare your training via scoreboards • ​Take part in challenges win goodies • ​View the profiles of runners who are connected • ​Add your favourites and consult your classification • ​Live tracking of the competitors on the D-day “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ Jogging sessions and long outings must be of low intensity.The runner must be able to breathe easily and be capable of talking normally while running! Interval training takes places at a more intense pace than jog- ging and long outings, but the pace must be controlled and even.At the end of the session you should feel slightly out of breath and tired but not unbearably so . In order to get the body used to functioning with low energy reserves, you can fast before you run. Nevertheless, remember to take something to eat with you in case you suffer from hypoglycaemia while training. Take advantage of long outings to test the equipment you want to use during the race (particularly shoes). Try out your feeding rations (e.g. energy gels , if you want to eat some during the race.) With interval training, breathing is important. This is high-intensity exercise and your brea- thing needs to be controlled! As usual, the distance covered throughout during the exercise session must be regular. ADVICE FROM THE COACH ADVICE FROM THE COACH ADVICE FROM THE COACH ADVICE FROM THE COACH JOGGING JOGGING JOGGING JOGGING LONG OUTING LONG OUTING LONG OUTING LONG OUTING 50 mins breathing easily 50 mins breathing easily 50 mins breathing easily 45 mins breathing easily 1h20 breathing easily 1h30 breathing easily 1h40 breathing easily 1h10 breathing easily SESSION 3 SESSION 3 SESSION 3 SESSION 3 SESSION 2 SESSION 2 SESSION 2 SESSION 2 INTERVAL SESSIONS INTERVAL SESSIONS INTERVAL SESSIONS INTERVAL SESSIONS 30 mins warm-up 4 x 2 mins at average intensity Recovery 2 mins at a slow trot Back to normal 10 mins 30 mins warm-up 4 x 3 mins at average intensity Recovery 2 mins at a slow trot Back to normal 10 mins 30 mins warm-up 3 x5 mins at average intensity Recovery 2 mins 30 at a slow trot Back to normal 10 mins 30 mins warm-up 6 x 1 mins at average intensity Recovery 2 mins at a slow trot Back to normal 10 minsSESSION 1 SESSION 1 SESSION 1 SESSION 1 FIRST FITBIT SEMI DE PARIS HALF-MARATHON TRAINING PLAN WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 +8 % of women over the last 5 yearsRECORD NEW A of 8 weeks was created to follow the runners during the training. of participants are women of participants are men 36 % 64 % practical guides training plan
  3. 3. Sunday 4th March - 26th edition Organised by A.S.O. since 1998 1,500 volunteers working on the race THE LEADING HALF MARATHON IN FRANCE + than 30 events points dotted along the route 1st edition in 1993 A community of close to 59,000 fans (January 2018) REFRESHMENT Refreshment points every 5km 168,480 bottles of Vittel water + than 6 tonnes of bananas from Guadeloupe and Martinique 100kg of cheese 55,000 cookies 350kg of dried fruits + than 2 tonnes of apples WITH 45 000 REGISTERED COMPETITORS +
  4. 4. 2017 ROLL OF HONOUR 2 1 3 MEN’S PODIUM 1. Morris GACHAGA (KEN) 1:00:38 2. Paul LONYANGATA (KEN) 1:00: 40 3. Alex KORIO (KEN) 1:00:42 2 1 3 WOMEN’S PODIUM 1. Ruth CHEPNGETICH (KEN) 1:08:08 2. Pioline WANJIKU (KEN) 1:10:52 3. Edith CHELIMO (KEN) 1:10:59 EVENT RECORDS Man: Stanley Biwott (KEN) 59:44 (2012) Woman: Pauline Njeri (KEN) 1:07:55 (2012) 21.1 KM = + THAN 10 TIMES the length of the Champs-Élysées 20 TIMES AROUND THE EARTH All together, the participants in the 2017 edition covered + THAN 808 700 KM WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO SOME KEY FIGURES... 38 800 competitors at the start line and 38 226 finishers in 2017 RUNNING TRENDS* 11 %of French people RUN REGULARLY (at least once per week) * Source : Kantar TNS, january 2017 52% are men are women48% MILLION French people RUNNER PROFILES I.E. 5.4 14 % of French people have already taken part in a race + THAN A THIRD of all French people run or would like to take up running HEALTH is peoples’ prime motivation for running FREEDOM is the feeling most widely felt when running I.E. 16.6 MILLIONFrench people
  5. 5. KM RUE/AVENUE 1ST RUNNER LAST RUNNER START Avenue Daumesnil 09:00:00 10:40:00 5 Quai d’Austerlitz 09:14:10 11:27:40 10 Voie Georges Pompidou 09:28:20 12:10:20 15 Avenue de Gravelle 09:42:30 12:53:00 20 Route de la Pyramide 09:56:40 13:35:40 FINISH 21.1 KM Route de la Pyramide 09:59:30 13:44:12 PRACTICAL INFORMATION 8 staggered starting zones from 9am to 10.40am Esplanade du Château de Vincennes BEST OF 2017 PRESS CONTACT @ OUR PARTNERS ©A.S.O./P.Ballet,M.Lazou,ASO/B.Bade THE VILLAGE Dates and opening times: Friday 2nd March: 10.00-19.30 Saturday 3rd March: 9.00-19.30 Admission: free Access: Parc Floral de Paris, Bois de Vincennes, Route de la Pyramide 75012 Paris, France Château de Vincennes stop Ligne 112, Parc Floral stop Our partners and + THAN 50 EXHIBITORS will be reunited to celebrate running. More information on the Village presseathle@aso.fr

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