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Montauban marathon

sporting event of the year
For sports enthusiasts, the marathon is the dream discipline, the holy grail to reach. Each year, the Montauban marathon brings together hundreds of athletes who seek to exceed their limits in a course in the heart of the city of Ingres. See you on October 16 & 17, 2021.

Saturday 16 October 2021 – Cours Foucault
9 a.m .: Opening of the marathon village
9 am-7pm: Registration and bib collection
11 am: Inaugural visit of the village and the Gourmet Market
11:45 a.m .: Signing of agreements with partners
12 noon: Aperitif in the heart of the Gourmet Market
1.30pm-2.45pm: Registration for the “T’es Pas Cap Tour” at the Montauban Athletics stand
3 p.m .: Start of the “T’es Pas Cap Tour” from the Cours Foucault
6.30 p.m .: Aperitif offered by the City of Montauban
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m .: Gourmet market

Sunday 17 October 2021 – Cours Foucault
7 am: Opening of the marathon village
7 a.m. to 9 a.m .: Bib collection for pre-registered
8:30 am: Start of the marathon and the relay marathon from the avenue du 10ème Dragons
9am: Start of other races (10km, half-marathon)
9:15 a.m .: Start of the steps
From 10:30 am: Podiums
10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m .: Gourmet market

If the Marathon remains the queen event of the weekend, 4 races are offered so that everyone can find a challenge that suits them:

A 10 km course
A 21 km half-marathon
A marathon relay by team of 4 runners (over distances of approximately 10 km)
The marathon and its legendary distance of 42.195 km

Useful information

To prepare yourself

Registrations for the various races have been open since last November.
You can register by different means:

on the site www.marathon-montauban.com until October 13, 2021 at noon;
by post addressed to Marathon de Montauban at 895 rue du Ramiérou (Sports and Youth Department) 82000 Montauban, until October 13, 2021 (postmark as proof);
by submitting your complete registration to the Marathon office (Sports and Youth Department) located at 895 rue du Ramiérou 82000 Montauban, until October 13, 2021 at noon;
in the village of Marathon (Cours Foucault), Saturday October 16, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The highlights of the 2021 edition