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Feeding stations and recycling

You’ll find 3 full feeding stations on the route, located at the following points:

  • 4.3 km on the left side of the route.
  • 9.3 km on the left side of the route.
  • 16 km on the left side of the route.

The position of these points is optimised according to the width of the route and the installation logistics (feeding station and waste management).

A fourth feeding station will naturally complete this operation at the finish site.

These feeding stations are 70 metres long. You don’t have to go to the first tables to serve yourself; the tables are long enough to avoid jostling with the other runners.

  • 1st feeding station (4.3 km): water (33cl), bananas, raisins and sugar cubes.
  • 2nd feeding station (9.3 km): water, bananas, raisins, chocolate bars, sugar, biscuits and other sweet and savoury items.
  • 3rd feeding station (16 km): water, bananas, raisins, sugar, fruit jellies and other sweet and savoury items.
  • Final feeding station (finish): water, soft drinks, syrup, bananas, apples, chocolate bars, fruit jellies, biscuits and gingerbread and other sweet and savoury items.

Do your bit and succeed in another a challenge!

The Fitbit Semi de Paris would like to adopt an exemplary approach to waste management. 

Our objective: 100% recycling.

Based on the assumption that waste can be a resource if is collected and recycled correctly, collection operations will be doubled this year with more better, placed bins. 

Clothing left at the start

Stay warm before the start but choose an old sweatshirt rather than a bin bag. You can leave this item of clothing on the side of the route before the start line, which will then be recovered and recycled.

 Food waste

Banana and orange skins will be collected in brown bins, placed as near as possible to the feeding stations. This food waste will be recycled via methanation and composting processes.

Banana skins dropped on the ground are no laughing matter for the runners following you, or for the road sweepers. Your actions are important.

 Aim for the target with your bottles!

Bottles can recycled over and over again, so aim for the target and give them a second life.

Yellow bins featuring a target will be available and positioned in 3 areas, at every feeding station:

  • immediately after
  • 150 metres after
  • 500 metres after

Each runner will be able to dispose of their bottle according to their race pace and their hydration needs. 

 N.B.: bottles will not be collected after the final zone, 500 metres from the feeding station.

A bottle or a banana skin dropped on the ground will finish as refuse.
A bottle or a banana skin placed in the appropriate bin will be recycled.