Runners, upon registering, have agreed to respect the rules. Those accompanying them must take care not to get on the wrong side of them regarding their commitments at the risk of their being penalised.
Your accompanying person's page
Being an accompanying person is another way "of doing the race", which has its own specific difficulties. The question: "Am I going to arrive too late to see him pass?" alternating continually with very long periods of waiting, or nagging anxiety of "where is he" or "is he OK...?". The state of stress created by the impression of never being certain, "of not being up to scratch", can create tensions with volunteers at their posts around the route. This certainly does not improve the situation. For all these reasons, and more besides, we would like to help to make your life before and during the race easier, by advising and informing you so that you have clear and official information as much of the time as possible.
You can join a dedicated accompanying person’s page.
This space will give you access to, as and when it appears, all the information which the organisation provides you with especially before the race, as well as to the services specifically designed to help you during the race itself.
To register Click here.
Before the race
Download the "Mobility Guide" from your accompanying persons’ page which has all the relevant and useful information that you will need.
Receive the newsletter which is sent to the runners each month and which contains all the important information about the race route, the animations, security...
During the race
Free SMS (text message) service = official information that the organisation sends to runners and volunteers:
- weather warnings
- last minute advice given to runners
- modifications to the race route
- modifications to the time barriers
- state of traffic…
Payable SMS (text message) = to follow a runner:
- information about the passage of your runner through the control points
- estimation of their time of arrival at the next village
Being better informed, you can:
- better judge your time travelling between one point and another
- better choose your stages
- better plan of the material which you will need (warm clothing, thermos, sandwiches…)
- better profit from the event.