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Discover the route!

February 7th 2017

The new route has finally been revealed to you! We promise you’ll be running along and through the most mythical and symbolic places in East Paris: Quai d'Austerlitz, Bastille, Hôtel de Ville, Bercy, the Bois de Vincennes, etc. The new feature this year is that you’ll be able to cross the Pont de Bercy and the Pont de Sully, which will offer you an incredible view of the banks of the Seine, to cover the good 2 kilometres on the left bank! What a great opportunity!

Raise your eyes and enjoy the route!

Discover the route

New training sessions are open !

February 1st 2017

The Fitbit Semi de Paris is taking place soon: have you run out of training ideas? Many new sessions are now available on the Fitbit Semi de Paris Training site, so there’s no excuse for not finding one that suits you!

Three types of training sessions are on offer:

  • Route recce runs with 9k/h, 10k/h or 11 k/h groups, so it’s up to you to choose according to your level and your objective!
  • Special women’s sessions to enjoy pressure-free training with friends  
  • Long runs or interval sessions to prepare your race in the best way


VO2 Max tests! Sunday 8th January

December 5th 2016

Join us to test your VO2 Max! We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 8th January at the Hippodrome in Auteuil!

Free registrations online for those who are signed up for the Fitbit Semi de Paris



November 9th 2016

Find out the official application of the 2017Fitbit Semi de Paris!

As soon as you are registered, download the official app, connect your usual tracking app (Fitbit, Strava...), and you can:

  • access the dashboard of your running activity
  • compare Your training to the other runners
  • take up challenges and win gifts (from 15 December)


Free app, available on the App store and on Android.


September 13th 2016

Paris awaits you on 5th March!

21.097 km in the most beautiful city in the world: Hôtel de Ville, Place de la Bastille, Nation: Paris’s finest districts will be all yours for the occasion.

Guarantee your place tomorrow at the best rates!

Registrations on



July 29th 2016

Where will you be on 5th March 2017 when the starting signal for the Fitbit Semi de Paris given?

Registrations opening on the 13th September.

Your race in video with Indesit!

March 14th 2016

Thanks to Indesit, your race on the Fitbit Semi de Paris 2016 has been recorded by 13 High Definition quality cameras along the track.

The cameras were located at avenue du Faubourg-Saint-Antoine (5 km), avenue de Gravelle (15 km), route de la Pyramide (20 km) and of course at the finish line!

Click here and enter your name or race number to see the personalized video of your race.

If you are willing to get a memory of your race forever in HD, click on the download video button within the video player!


37,108 finishers!

March 6th 2016

Once again you proved that running was a convivial sport, whether you were on your own or with friends. There had undoubtedly never been a warmer atmosphere in both the start and the finish area of the Fitbit Semi de Paris, with a historical number of women in the heart of the pack. And now it’s time to recover: you have really deserved it! 

36% of women among the entrants 

There had never been as many women at the start of the capital's half-marathon. Representing 36% of entrants (+2% versus 2015). Christelle Daunay, the current European marathon champion, commented on this figure with a smile: “I am thrilled. Women must continue competing and enjoy themselves while running.” 

1:09:58 for Christelle Daunay 

Christelle Daunay, who is the French record holder on the half-marathon distance (1:08:34), started her season on the Fitbit Semi de Paris. Already qualified for the Rio Olympics, she covered the 21.1km in 1:09:58. “I gave it my all and that's what counts," she said several seconds after crossing the finish line. 

Gebreselassie put on a show 

Were you lucky enough to cross Gebre? Haile Gebreselassie, the two-time Olympic 10,000m champion and former marathon world record holder (2:03:59), gave the starting signal of the Fitbit Semi de Paris. He was also present in the Village as well as at the finish line. The Ethiopian champion, who has now retired, was incredibly patient and readily allowed hundreds of competitors to take selfies with him all weekend long.


March 6th 2016

New participation record: there were 37,480 of you at the start of the Fitbit Semi de Paris. Congratulations to all of you who criss-crossed the streets and avenues to the east of the capital with the winter sun shining brightly overhead. Throughout the 21.1km, spurred on by the energy of East Paris, you surpassed yourself, demonstrating your amazing collective spirit. 

A Kenyan victory in the men’s category and an Ethiopian victory in the women's category 

  • The Kenyan Cybrian Kotut was the winner in the men’s category in a time of 1:01:04. It was his first win in Europe. “This race was one of my objectives for the beginning of my season,” he said delightedly. “I was well prepared. Now I'm going to focus on the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris.” 
  • The women’s race was dominated by Ethiopia’s Dibabe Kuma, victorious in a time of 1:09:22. Kenya’s Pioline Wanjiku and France’s Christelle Daunay completed the podium. 

The podiums 

The men’s podium: 

1. Cybrian Kotut (KEN) 1:01:04 

2. Amos Kiptruto (KEN) 1:01:11 

3. Azmeraw Mengistu (ETH)) 1:01:17 

The women’s podium: 

1. Dibabe Kuma (ETH) 1:09:22 

2. Pioline Wanjiku (KEN) 1:09:52 

3. Christelle Daunay (FRA) 1:09:58 

Race records: 

Men: Stanley Biwott (KEN): 59:44 (2012) 

Women: Pauline Njeri (KEN): 1:07:55 (2012)

Download the official app for the live tracking

March 5th 2016

To follow your favorite runner, download the free official app!


We wish you all a great Fitbit Semi de Paris!

March 4th 2016

The Fitbit Semi de Paris will set off on Sunday at 9am from the esplanade of the Château de Vincennes. Before then you must go the Village to pick up your race number.


The Village:

It is situated in the hall of La Pinède in the Parc Floral de Paris (Château de Vincennes subway).


  • Friday 4th March: 10am – 7.30pm
  • Saturday 5th March: 9am – 7.30pm


Going to the start area:

It’s better to take the subway than any other means of transport to reach the start area. Take Line 1 and get off at Château de Vincennes.


Weather and equipment:

The weather forecast is cold and gloomy.   Wear waterproof clothing to protect you before the start as well as warm clothes-that you can leave at the left-luggage facility-to change into as soon as you have finished.


Starting area:

Verify the time you will set off (according to the starting area that you have been allocated) and enter your starting area at least 20 minutes before the start.


The race:

Run during the first kilometres at the pace you set yourself during your long training sessions. Make sure you spread your effort evenly throughout the race. We look forward to seeing you at the finish.

Meet with HAILE GEBRSELASSIE on the Fitbit Semi de Paris village for a signing session!

March 2nd 2016

The winner of 2 olympic medals & 4 times world champion Haile Gebrselassie will be at the ‪Fitbit Semi de Paris village on saturday from 3am to 4am for a signing session!


February 25th 2016

Where can you find us on the big day? At what time? And where can you cross dozens of supporters who have come to cheer you on? Don’t worry, we have gathered all the essential information together in the Competitor's Guide. It contains the opening times of the Village, tips to get to the site and everything you need to know about the routes so that you can serenely set off in the race. 10 days before the competition, all you have to do is: focus on running! 


Like every year, we look forwarding to seeing you at the Fitbit Semi de Paris Village from Friday 4th to Saturday 5th March 2016 to collect your race number. Our partners and more than 50 exhibitors will gather together in the Village in an environment which is completely devoted to running. There'll be no shortage of enjoyable things to do: you can buy some equipment, discover new products and new races, but also take advantage of the many activities that we have organised for you. Make sure you come with someone!



  • Friday from 10am to 7.30pm
  • Saturday from 9am to 7.30pm



Parc Floral du Bois de Vincennes
Route de la Pyramide,
75012 Paris



  • Subway station: line 1 - Stop: Château de Vincennes
  • RER: line A – Stop: Vincennes


January 29th 2016

To boost your preparation, the Fitbit Semi de Paris is offering you a fun and unique app which is free of charge. It works with your usual running app or GPS watch.

Thanks to this app, you can:

  • Compare your preparation with the other entrants for the Fitbit Semi de Paris
  • Take up challenges
  • Win exclusive prizes

Connect your app and take up the Adidas #BoostParis challenge: Run at least 1 hour 15 minutes between 25th January and 3rd February. You can win technical clothing and Adidas shoes!




January 20th 2016

New name, new logo and new look!

Your half-marathon is being revamped and will now be called the Fitbit Semi de Paris. Fitbit, the leader in the field of connected health and fitness, is becoming the title sponsor of the biggest half-marathon in France to help you take up the challenge. D-45! On your marks, get set? Run!

LET'S RUN 2016!

January 1st 2015

Happy New Year!

See you in 57 days on the Semi-Marathon de Paris starting line!

[SOLD OUT] Registrations are now closed!

December 1st 2015

You will be 47 000 to run on March, 6!

OTHER possibilities to obtain a race entry: 


November 9th 2015

This year, the start time of the Semi-Marathon de Paris will be at 9am !

Until then, enjoy your preparation!

Semi de Paris 2016 registrations will open on 15/09/2015

August 17th 2015

Registrations to the Semi de Paris 2016 open on 15th September 2015 at 8am.

Registrations open on 15th September 2015 at 8am on :

  • 1st price: €49
  • 2nd price: €55
  • 3rd price: €59

To receive a reminder before registrations open, click here.

The Semi de Paris website has been revamped

August 17th 2015

In the run-up to its 24th edition, the Semi de Paris has decided to give its website a makeover.
Discover our new website.

The race, registrations, practical information, advice, etc. All the information is there, all you have to do now is register and prepare yourself for your first 2016 challenge.
Registrations on