Whether you're among family or friends, an amateur or an experienced athlete, here's your chance to see how you measure up against the competition.
This half marathon is a firm fixture in the sporting calendar and offers an incredible route from the capital to Versailles. On the last Sunday in September you can cover the 16 km that separate the Eiffel Tower from the Palace of Versailles, including more than a dozen activities along the route and a Village Expo at Issy-les-Moulineaux with lots of actors within the discipline, other partners and organisations. A great challenge and a fun atmosphere!
In June, the Go Sport Running Tour offers a green running competition inside the Park of Versailles. The races range in difficulty so you can choose the one that suits you best:
- Royale: 15 km – M/W aged 16 and over
- Princesses: 8 km – W aged 16 and over
- Trianon: 3 km – aged 12 – 15
- Château: 2 km – aged 10 – 11
- Chevaliers: 400 m – aged 9 and under
- Marche royale: 6 km – aged 14 and over
Lots of activities and prizes to be won! A day of sport in an idyllic setting
Join the Triathlon du Roi in the sumptuous surroundings of the Pièce d'Eau des Suisses. Push yourself to the limits in a triathlon and take advantage of all that Versailles has to offer: after a swim in the Pièce d'Eau, it's then time to get on your bike for the cycling stage in the countryside. The final stretch is at a run before you cross the finish line. The event attracts more than 1,500 entrants. Will you be one of them?
Fans of regattas definitely won't miss the famous meeting at the Palace of Versailles for the traditional regatta. The Cercle Nautique de Versailles organises a race day on the Grand Canal. A total of 1,200 rowers are expected for the finals that kick off at 2.30 pm. A perfect opportunity to get a breath of fresh air in the gardens designed by André Le Nôtre while enjoying a unique event.
See the programme to find out what's coming up next!