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Disabled Athletes

THE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC MARATHON DE PARIS FOR DISABLED PARTICIPANTS

WELCOME TO YOU, ATHLETE WITH A DISABILITY!

Webelieve that sport and activities must be accessible to all. That's why our team strives to help people  with very diverse disabilities from elite wheelchair athletes to amateur athletes to participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris.

Below you will find more information on how to register for the  marathon  if you have a disability.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY?

Are you an athlete with a disability? The event is organized in accordance with the rules of World Para Athletics (WPA) which expressly prohibit any participant from being pushed by a third party as this is defined as assistance. Youmust be able to participate in  the  Schneider Electric Marathon in Paris on your own. You must  have avalidlicense or a medical certificate less than one year old on the date of the event including the mention "no    contraindication to the practice of running in competition".   Any participant exceeding the maximum allowed time of 06:00 will be downgraded. To receive the finisher's medal, you must complete the event before the official cut-off time.

 

For any registration, please contact Aurélie CANU:   a.canu@handisport.org  before midnight on September 17, 2021.  

 

ELITE WHEELCHAIR RACE

See the table below for the classifications and the minimum level of performance required that athletes must achieve to claim a place in the Elite Handisport race of the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 2021. If you are eligible,  you must apply for a place from your national federation (NPC).

Men Eligible categories Minimum level of performance
T54 Marathon T52, T53, T54 1:45:00
Women Eligible categories Minimum level of performance
T54 Marathon T52, T53, T54 2:00:00