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4 - 5 MAY 2024

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3.8KM

180KM (3800m D+)

42,195KM

LE-MAN FULL DISTANCE

COURSE DETAILS

  • Swim: 3.8km  (Rolling Start)

  • Bike: 180km (around 3800 D+)

  • Run: 42.195km

FURTHER INFORMATION

The LE-MAN FULL DISTANCE format is already spectacular, with its swim in the Léman, its cycling course around the most impressive cols and its running part along the shores and the city of Evian-Les-Bains.

ATTENTION: Bikes must be dropped in the bike park the day before the race, which means on Friday 15 Septembre 2023 during the opening hours of the village (between 4pm and 7pm). A pre-race briefing will be held at 7:30pm on Friday evening at the Maison des Jeunes et de la Culture (MJC) in Parc Dollfus. It's important to attend.

Transition zone opening times:

  • Friday evening: 4pm-7pm (bike drop-off)

  • Saturday morning: from 5am (drop-off of extra items)

  • Saturday: reopens from 7pm until 1am

RELAY RACE

The Le-man Full Distance race is open to relay teams. Two or three team members, three sports, one race!

DATE

Saturday September 14, 2024

DEPARTURE ARRIVAL

BASE NAUTIQUE, EVIAN - PARC DOLFUSS, EVIAN

DEPARTURE TIME

7H

LIMITED TIME

16 hours 15

PRICE

390€ until 15.02

410€ UNTIL 12.06

440€ until 14.09

SWIMMING

3.8KM

With a sunrise start from the Evian nautical base, the swimming course will run along the riverbank to Parc Dolfuss.

CYCLING

180KM (3800M D+)

With an impressive bike course, its 3800m of positive altitude difference already places the Evian Triathlon among the most intense, notably with the Col de la Ramaz, its tunnels and its difficult slopes! And that's not all, the Col du Corbier appears on the course a little late and will be the judge of peace for the bike part. To compensate for the necessary efforts, the panorama of Champeillant in the poppy country will accompany the triathletes throughout the race.

Please note: each bike must be fitted with lights at the front and rear (tunnels crossings).

RUNNING

42,195KM

To round off the effort, the run course will take in the city's symbolic landmarks while skirting the banks of Lake Geneva: the Palais Lumière, the Place Rouge, the Port, the Base Nautique and the Evian Headquarters.

Please note: the running course passes through areas that are poorly lit at the end of the day, so all participants should be equipped with a headlamp.

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