2017 Fitbit Semi de Paris

Paris Half Marathon
Half marathon

Get your own place

  1. Sign up at the Fitbit Semi de Paris Website
  2. Get a sponsorship pack from us
  3. Get set and go!

Get a charity place

Register for a place through us when you pledge to raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship.

Apply here

Or, alternatively, give us a call on 0300 123 5461 and we can register you over the phone.

Got your place already?

Request a sponsorship form and join our team.

Join our team and tackle the 13.1 mile route around one of Europe’s most iconic cities.

Take on the Fitbit Semi de Paris for Cancer Research UK and find yourself navigating a unique route that captures everything that this majestic city has to offer. The route will take you past the iconic Eiffel Tower and along the banks of the River Seine where you will cut through the leafy Bois de Vincennes, meaning that this really is a journey that takes you to the heart of Paris.

The course is flat and fast, so it's ideal for both beginners and those who are looking for that half marathon PB. So taking on this challenge, soaking up the culture of the city, including running past the Bastille and Notre Dame, is an experience not to be missed.

If you feel like you have mastered half marathon distance? Why not make a step up and take on the Paris Marathon.

Join our team and together we will beat cancer sooner.

Race day information

Join our team for this event and we will support you all the way, providing training and fundraising tips. Any questions? Contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461 or email sportsteam@cancer.org.uk.

Did you know…

Cancer Research UK helped to develop IMRT – a more targeted type of radiotherapy that reduces side effects. We supported the first ever trial of IMRT in breast cancer, and have funded trials in other cancers including prostate cancer, and head and neck cancers.

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