Congratulations to all of the runners!
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That’s why we are helping offset 70% of its carbon emissions. With our EcoStruxure™: Innovation At Every Level system architecture, we ensure that this race to a greener future doesn’t stop at the finishing line.
Key figures from this year’s marathon
- 43,754 runners started the race
- 2:06:10 Paul Lonyongata (KEN) won the men’s race
- 2:20:55 Purity Rionoripo (KEN) won the women’s race, setting a new record for the Paris Marathon
- 26% of the runners in this year’s race were women
- 70% The amount of CO2 from the 2017 race we are offsetting
- 1:29:25 David Weir (GBR) won the disabled sport men's race
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See how the race has changed
In 1976, 126 runners finished the first ever Marathon de Paris. In 2016, more than 41,000 men and women crossed the finish line. Find out how the event has evolved over 40 years!Discover more
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