Four years in which runners have won their bibs in some exceptional events


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The 2,024m run held at the place La Concorde in Paris
On Olympic Day 2019, the Place de la Concorde was transformed into a huge sports ground, offering the public a wide range of introductions to Olympic and Paralympic disciplines. To mark the occasion, a race over a symbolic distance of 2,024m was organised, with 24 bibs to be won (12 for women, 12 for men).  

An unprecedented chase against the legend Kipchoge

On 31 October 2021, 1,000 days before the Games, Eliud Kipchoge took up the challenge of a race on the Champs-Elysées, organised by the Paris 2024 Club and Orange, Official Sponsor of the Marathon Pour Tous. The format was that of a chase: more than 4,000 participants were divided into starting waves, with the slowest starting first, followed by the fastest, with Eliud Kipchoge in hot pursuit. The 1835 runners who were not caught by the Kenyan star won their bib for the Marathon Pour Tous.  

Paralympic Day Run
To mark the Paralympic Day on 8 October 2022 at the Place de la Bastille, Paris 2024 organised a race in the form of an evolving relay inspired by the “Palio of Siena”: contested by 24 teams – including one made up of members of Team Orange Running. A total of 142 bibs for the 42km and 48 bibs for the 10km Marathon Pour Tous were up for grabs at this event.  

Orange Night Run
On 17 June 2023, Orange and Paris 2024 organised the first night relay Marathon (ekiden) in the capital, as a taster of the Marathon Pour Tous. Nearly 5,000 runners in 1,000 teams took to the streets of Paris to try and win one of the 1,000 bibs up for grabs at the event.  

The Paris 2024 Club draw
Since 2020, members of the Paris 2024 Club have had the opportunity to earn points for their daily physical activity, as well as for the many challenges offered each week by the Paris 2024 Club. The aim ? Reacg 100,000 points to take part in the January 2024 draw, which awarded 2024 bibs!


Between 2022 and the end of 2023, more than 2 400 runners had the opportunity to win a bib for the Marathon Pour Tous by taking part in a local race organised near their home town! This “bibs in the regions” scheme, developed with the Fédération Française d'Athlétisme (French Athletics Federation, FFA), concerned FFA-labelled races organised in towns awarded the Terre de Jeux 2024 label. Participants in these races were entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a bib. Thanks to this scheme, many regional runners were able to win their bib for the Paris 2024 Marathon Pour Tous.


The Marathon Pour Tous app has enabled more than 6000 people to win their bib for the Marathon Pour Tous! Every month, the many challenges available on the app have given the 202 000 registered runners the chance to get moving, challenge themselves, make progress and learn more about running, in the hope of winning a bib for the Marathon Pour Tous. In addition to these challenges, the Marathon Pour Tous app offers a wealth of exclusive running content, and even training plans to help runners prepare for their goals with peace of mind.