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MARATHON DU MEDOC

Race Date Sat 11th Sep 2021

Race Status Race Going Ahead
Race Start Time: 09:30
Running Surface: Roads And Paths
Route Undulation: Hilly
Timing Method: Chip
Number Collection: Collect On Day
Distance Markers: Kms
Max Number:
Race Goodies:
Entry On Day: No
Race Cut Off Time: 6:00 hours
Use Headphones: Contact organiser
Race Location: Médoc
Race Entry Cost: €90.00
Race Status: Race Going Ahead
Race Format:
Pacers:
Unknown
Entry Cost

Entry Fee: €90.00

Where is the race?

The race is located in Pauillac, European.

Can I wear headphones at the Marathon du Medoc?

Contact organiser.

Is the race still going ahead?

Race Going Ahead

Change is always possible, please contact the race organiser to confirm this at: [email protected]

What is the maximum allowed time to complete the race?

The maximum time allowed is 6:00 hours

Race Entry Information
Marathon Du Medoc Race Entry

The website organising the Marathon Du Medoc is https://www.marathondumedoc.com/

Race Description:

Registration Opens Beginning of March

 

An absolute must on your race calendar if you are a marathon runner and would like the opportunity to enjoy the race day atmosphere for a change. With 90% of runners running in fancy dress, it sets the scene for the day…

 

The Marathon du Médoc (or to give it it’s official name Le Marathon les Chateaux du Médoc) is held every year in Pauillac, north of Bordeaux and runs through many vineyards and chateaux of the area including: Pauillac, Saint-Julien, Saint-Estèphe, Médoc and Haut-Médoc.

 

The marathon has been many times quoted as being ‘the longest marathon in the world’ due to the fact that there is so much going on along the course. From around 50 orchestras to keep you entertained, wine tasting at every drinks station, oyster tasting and even a ‘steak’ at the 39km point.

 

Interest in this marathon spans across the world with more than 8,500 participants from over 50 nations joining in the fun and with an army of almost 3,000 volunteers.

 

All french races require participants to provide a medical certificate prior to the number collection which must include several criteria:

Marathon du Medoc Route