Run In Reims: A cocktail of wine and sport
- Over 12,000 athletes in the inaugural edition
- Reims in the wake of Lyon and Marseille
- A marathon through the heart of the vineyards
- Yohann Diniz: "Celebrating running"
- Run in Reims half marathon won in 1 h 01′12″
- Run in Reims — Podiums
- 1,600 children in an all-new relay
- See you on October 9, 2016
- Next up in the ASO running calendar…
Over 12,000 athletes in the inaugural edition
A bright sun presided over the start of the maiden edition of Run in Reims. The marathon and half marathon runners started opposite Notre-Dame Cathedral at 8:30 am, followed by the 10 km runners at 11 am. Over 12,000 runners of all levels signed up for this new event, a mix of sport and heritage. Arnaud Robinet, the deputy mayor of Reims, tackled the half marathon. "I'm more than happy", he chirped after crossing the finish line. "Participating in the inaugural edition was great. The Run in Reims adventure must go on."
Run In Reims: Running and Heritage
A new variation of the concept “Run In”
The start of the first edition of Run In Reims will be given this Sunday in front of the Notre-Dame cathedral. More than 11,000 runners have entered the three events on the programme: marathon, half-marathon and 10K. Like the other “Run In” races organized in Marseille and Lyon, Run In Reims proposes a running event associated with discovering the culture and heritage of one of France’s regions. The “City of Kings” has a long sporting tradition and it is also the birthplace of one of the most famous French wines as well as home to three sites included on the UNESCO World Heritage list..