Welcome ToHarmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef
The Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef is arguably one of the most picturesque city marathons in Europe and unquestionably one of the fastest. The course takes in the countryside nestled between mountains and the shore of Lake Geneva before finishing in the heart of the city in front of the famous Jet d’Eau.
The 15th edition of the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef takes place on 11th-12th May 2019. Thousands of runners from more than 120 global destinations are expected to join this inclusive festival of running by signing up for one of eight events: Marathon, Relay Marathon (4-6 people), Half-Marathon, Wheelchair Race, 10km (open to runners and walkers), La Genevoise #LikeAGirl by Always (a 6.5km race for women) and Junior Races (1 to 5km for 6 to 15-year-olds).Enter Now
The Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef offers races for one and all, with distances ranging from 1km to a full marathon. With eight races on the programme, you will find a distance that suits you to be part of this festival of running.
The Marathon, Marathon Relay, Half-Marathon and Wheelchair race will be held on Sunday May 12th. Runners will stream through the countryside, following a route renowned for its beauty, nestled between the shores of lake Geneva and snow-capped peaks of the Alps and Jura mountains. The closing stretch takes participants through the heart of Geneva before crossing the finish line on the Pont du Mont-Blanc, with a stunning view on the famous Jet d’Eau in the distance.
On Saturday May 11th, a number of other race formats will be available for both juniors and adults. These include the 10km open to runners and walkers, La Genevoise #LikeAGirl by Always 6.5km race for women and the Junior Races.Enter Now
It was a great event: well-organised, fun atmosphere, beautiful route. Thank you!
Thank you for a wonderful experience.
It was a great experience, full of touching moments I will treasure full of excitement before, during and after. Just hope to participate again next year, thanks!