For runners who set a “chronometric” objective, we offer you the possibility of stalling in the wake of confirmed runners. Running with a flag of visible color from a distance, their mission is to complete the marathon in a defined time.
Seven reference times are on the program of the Marathon: Follow the pacemakers of Free Run 72 :
Six reference times are on the program of the 1/2 Marathon: Follow the pacemakers of Spiridon Club
Cross the finish line with a smile, during the party and with a crowd cheering and having time to savor the latest refueling and to discuss with the other participants? or…
Having chosen at all cost a longer distance, without being really trained and arrive at the edge of asphyxia, completely exhausted, in a finish area where the party is over, all runners have arrived a long time, the public has left. Only the staff is still there to congratulate you? It is up to you to make the best choices, in good conscience for your body and mind!
Maximum 7h00 of running
The runners who do not finish at 1 pm on the 21st km will be stopped. At the request of the race commissioner, they must go up into the end-of-race vehicle and they will be brought back at the point of arrival.
In case of refusal to comply with the regulations, competitors must respect the usual road signs and use sidewalks and the Lausanne Marathon safety service will no longer be insured. The Lausanne Marathon declines all responsibility in case of problems and accidents.
From 3:30 pm onwards, the safety system on the cantonal road will be lifted gradually from the Tour-de-Peilz towards Lausanne!
Maximum 3h10 of running