The Escaladélite race takes place on the traditional course, comprising 3 laps (7.323 km) for men and women.
Departures: they take place rue de la Croix-Rouge.
Arrivals: promenade des Bastions
Schedule: Escaladélite race for women: 4:00 pm; Escaladélite race for men: 4:35 pm.
The International Elite runners also take part in this race, i.e. the high level international, national and regional athletes invited by the race organizers. Other confirmed participants born before 1998 can also take part in this race*.
Individuals registrations: CLOSED
Family rules and regulations (conditions of participation and ways of registrations): HERE (update in progress).
Where and when can participants withdraw their bib numbers? Please refer to the directions on the page "Bib pick up".
Access:It is strongly advised to come by trams / buses, by bike or on foot. The day of the race, the public transport network of Geneva and Unireso are free for participants.
However, should you come by car, it may be a good idea to offer a carsharing.
Further information: for any further details, we invite you to read information provided under Pratical information.
*Settlement extract on this event:
a. Athletes men born between 1978 and 1997 inclusive, who succeeded in 2015 or 2016 a performance under 27 minutes must enroll in Escaladélite category.
b. Female athletes born between 1978 and 1997 inclusive, who succeeded in 2015 or 2016, on 2 laps, a performance under 22 minutes, or having completed in 2015, on 3 laps, less than 35 minutes must register in the Escaladélite race.
c. Participants who have ran in 2015 or 2016 under 30 minutes for men and 25 minutes for women on 2 laps (40 minutes on 3 laps in 2015) without reaching the limits specified in paragraphs a. and b. above, can participate in the Escaladélite race and the organizer encourages them to take the start of the latter. They can still choose to participate in races by time blocks.
Registered participants not respecting any of the 4 conditions above will be automatically reclassified without recourse. Also, for sporting fairness and safety reasons, the organizer reserves the right to disqualify, from the end of the first lap, the participants too slow (for men: 1st lap 10 minutes, 2nd lap 20 minutes - for women: 1st lap 13 minutes, 2nd lap 27 minutes).