About the 2024 Paris Half Marathon

The Paris Half Marathon is one of the best overseas half marathons for UK runners to take part in. Parisians join forces with other French nationals and 4 thousand runners from other countries to make this half marathon one of the best international events. It is no wonder over 40 thousand runners participate in this event year on year. The World famous fashion capital ups the ante when it comes to running for charity. A vibrant atmosphere as you run through historical sites of eastern Paris, all whilst enjoying music and entertainment that is guaranteed to be performed along the whole course!

Are you ready to push your boundaries to the maximum in the city of love and lights?

When is the Paris Half Marathon?

The 2024 Paris Half Marathon takes place on Sunday the 3rd of March 2024. It has been held every March in Paris since 1993.

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

  • Fundraising Pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Regular emails to provide top tips
  • Your own Team Children with Cancer UK running vest
  • friendly team on hand to support you

You can be part of our Paris Half Marathon team whether you secure your own place independently of the charity or are allocated one of our charity places. When you join our team, you will receive the following support from us;


OUR PLACES ARE NOW FULL FOR THE PARIS HALF MARATHON! Please email sports@childrenwithcancer.org.uk for any support finding another race.


Location & Date

  • Paris, France
  • March 3, 2024

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Photos from the Paris Half Marathon

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