La Parisienne 2015, the biggest European female race is back in September
From 11 September 2015 to 13 September 2015
Launched in 1997, La Parisienne aims to honor sports women and encourage female of all ages to be physically active in a festive and playful manner. And this year, the race is expecting to pass the bar of 40,000 registrants for the 19th edition that will take place from 11 to 13 September, 2015.
Not simply a race, La Parisienne is the biggest female sports and wellness event in Europe and the 2nd running event in France, held at the heart of Paris for three days.
The race has an optimal location with a starting Sunday, September 13 on the bridge of Jena at the foot of the Eiffel Tower and an arrival and a village located on the Champ de March.
For this 19th edition, the Celtic destinations will be honored and many activities will enchant Parisian. Indeed, over 800 singers and musicians will be installed along the race course, Bridge of Jena, the Alma Place, Bir-Hakeim Bridge and Quai Branly included, in addition to the giant nightclub and all the many other surprises.
The idea is to enjoy the race to discover a host of other sporting activities, massage techniques, coaching methods, etc. In fact, the race is not the only main activity of the event: a village installed at the Champ de Mars will offer dance, fitness and wellness lounge son the theme Celtic Countries. The race will take place Sunday, September 13, 2015 with a start on the bridge of Jena and arrival at the Ecole Militaire, a course of 6.7 km run.
La Parisienne will be welcoming women of different ages and levels to enjoy 3 days of sports and training, where fun, well-being and self-confidence will be the slogan of the event.
Guests staying at Hotel le Cambon will be within a 15 minute drive from the starting point of the race. Do not hesitate to book your place and get ready for the most vibrant Parisian sporting event.
When? from 11 to 13 September 2015
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