Each competitor undertakes to respect the rules of the events.
ART 1 - Sports regulations
Roller : sport rules : FFRS, World Inline Cup, World Skate,
Running: regulation of off-stadium races.
Handisport: FFH rules
ART 2 - Race registration
Participation in the races is subject to registration.
Online registration only, even on site - registration section. On site registration is possible within the limit of available bibs. On site, cash/check payment possible, otherwise online.
42 km running: 1500 bibs
21 km running: 1000 bibs
10 km running: 1000 bibs
42 km rollerblading: 1500 bibs
21 km rollerblading: 500 bibs
Young rollerblade race: 500 bibs
Young runner race: 500 bibs
Events open to people with disabilities: Welcome, we are very happy to welcome you! Contact us before registration, preferential rates. Specific regulations see Article 3.
For minors, parental authorization is required and must be validated at the time of registration.
ART 3 - Access to races
The events are open to licence holders and non-licence holders (see mandatory documents article 5) according to the races, their age, sex and level defined according to the programme, see article 3-B below.
Runners without a race number, animals, rolling machines, motorized machines, flying machines such as drones are strictly prohibited on the course, except those of the organization. Accompanists and followers are not allowed, otherwise the athlete will be disqualified from the race.
Only inline skates, quads and wheelchairs (with brakes) are allowed on rollerblading races (FFRS equipment regulations); as well as Joëlettes on the running event.
The organisation reserves the right to disqualify a participant who does not respect the safety conditions and who has an inappropriate attitude to the spirit of the event.
Helmet mandatory for all skaters and people in wheelchairs. Mandatory protections for children.
The legal size of the rollerblade wheels must not exceed 125 millimetres for the Marathon and 110 millimetres for the Half Marathon roller.
Visually impaired athlete:
The blind or visually impaired athlete and his guide are inseparable;
The athlete can only benefit from one guide;
The guide will have a specific number.
People in wheelchairs and crews:
Wearing a helmet and gloves in accordance with the regulations in force is mandatory;
For wheelchair athletes, registrations are only possible in the morning on the run. An exceptional passage will be possible in front of the Château du Clos de Vougeot to avoid the white path and the paved driveway. A volunteer flagman will allow you this access (300 meters less).
Wheelchair roller crews (afternoon roller racing) and Joëlettes (morning running) must be positioned behind the competitors at the start, and the number of guides is limited to 6. These companions will be provided with bibs.
Attention, for the rollerblade race, difficult climb between Vougeot and Chambolle-Musigny and 2 potentially tricky descents. Wheelchairs must be equipped with a brake in good working order.
Chairs equipped with pedals are not allowed.
PMR toilets are located in Place Wilson, 200m from the start/finish line and in Chambolle-Musigny, place de la Mairie (signposting planned).
A PMR shuttle will be provided in the morning rotations for the run, specific schedules will be communicated to crews and wheelchair athletes.
ART 4 - Program
SUNDAY, MAY 17
06.00 AM Closure Cours du Général de Gaulle
07.00 AM Closure of the road and establishment of volunteer teams
08.00 START MARATHON RUNNING - 10, 21 and 42 km
Kids Race Roller
09.30AM : 1000m - Superminis et minis (2014 / 2012)
09.50AM : 5km - Poussins (2011 / 2010) et Benjamins (2009 / 2008)
10.30AM 1st arrivals Marathon Running
11.00AM Award ceremony 10km running
11.30AM Award ceremony kids roller races
12.00AM ward ceremony half Marathon running
01.00PM Award ceremony marathon running
02.00PM Finish last competitor running race
02.30PM Marathon Roller Start - 41.8km - Place Wilson
02.30PM Start MEN Seniors/Juniors - World Inline Cup - CFM
02.30PM + 30’’ Start WOMEN Seniors/Juniors - World Inline Cup - CFM
02.31PM Departure Master + Leisure
03.30PM 1st arrivals Marathon Roller
04.15PM Award ceremony marathon roller
03.15PM Start Half Marathon Roller - 21 km – Vougeot
04.00PM 1st arrivals half-marathon roller skates
05.00PM Award ceremony half-marathon roller skating
05.30PM Last competitor finish
06.00PM Closing the village
ART 5 - Half-marathon Inline Skate
Due to the traffic difficulties related to the closure of the circuit and the absence of parking near the start, participants must take a shuttle bus to be transported to the start of the half-marathon roller. Buses are scheduled every 5 minutes between 13:00 and 13:30 Place Wilson. The schedules will be specified by email.
The shuttles stop at Gilly-les-Cîteaux, competitors will have 300 meters to cover to get to the start, by a secure pedestrian path that will be signposted. For safety reasons, competitors must not use any access other than this pedestrian path.
A deposit truck will be provided for competitors at the start of the half-marathon, which will go up to Dijon. The modalities of marking the bags will be specified by email and on site.
The buses will not get back on Dijon, they will go to the depot in Chalon-sur-Saône, NO ACCOMPANY should take these shuttles. Minor skaters (13/17 years old) should be able to take care of themselves, knowing that there will be volunteers on site on whom they can rely if necessary.
ART 6 - Running time limit / Shutdown
For the safety of all and the smooth running of the events, time limits are imposed. The stroke limits must be respected. Any participant not respecting these times will be disqualified.
The time limits can be consulted on the safety file, on the website and on the document "list of routes taken".
RUNNING young people: 20 minutes per race
YOUNG ROLLERS: 15 minutes per race.
RUNNING MARATHON 42 km and SEMI-MARATHON 21 km
Clockwise barrier at 11am in Vougeot for riders heading back to Dijon.
Departure of the broom wagon at 11am in Vougeot in the direction back to Dijon.
Time barrier at 11:20 am at the intersection of km 18 at Morey-St-Denis (Direction - Dijon towards Vougeot) for competitors stopping at Vougeot (end at Vougeot at 12 pm).
Last shuttle back to Dijon from Vougeot at 12:45 pm.
ROLLER 42 km :
Competitors arriving on the Gevrey-Chambertin outward journey after 3.34 pm at KM 14.4 are either invited to turn back (they will not be ranked* but can finish the course) or are put out of the race and finish in the broom wagon. See all time barriers.
SEMI ROLLER: 2h15
The broom wagon (bus) marks the end of the races. Competitors who are out of the race are invited to get into the broom wagon and be dropped off at the Departure/Arrival Village located in the Allées du Parc de Dijon. A competitor who refuses to get on the broom bus will be put out of the race and will have to remove his bib. It is then no longer considered as a competitor and placed under its own responsibility.
The broom wagon is only open to competitors with a race number.
ART 7 - Mandatory Inline Skate documents
Compulsory presentation of the FFRS licence (or country of origin for foreigners) for the 2019/2020 season or a medical certificate of fitness to practice the Roller in competition dated less than one year from the date of the competition.
ART 8 - Mandatory Running Documents
Running races for young people:
Mandatory submission of one of the following documents:
an Athlete Competition, Athlete Company, Athle Running or Pass' Running licence, issued by the FFA, valid on the date of the event;
OR: a medical certificate of no contraindication to running in competition, less than one year old at the date of the competition, or a copy thereof. No other document can be accepted to attest to the possession of the medical certificate.
ATTENTION: Foreigner participant: You are required to provide a medical certificate of no contraindication to running in competition, even if you hold a competition licence issued by an IAAF affiliated federation. This certificate must be dated, signed and allow the doctor to be authenticated, whether or not he is established on French territory. If the doctor is a foreigner, the medical certificate must be written in French or English.
Running 10, 21 and 42 km
According to the rules for out-of-stadium races, participation in ax races running 10, 21 and 42km is subject to the presentation of a competitive running medical certificate or an Athle Competition, Company Athlete, Athle Running or Pass' Running licence, issued by the FFA, valid on the date of the event.
ART 9 - Timing
Mandatory use of electronic chips for all tests:
A competitor taking the start without his chip will not be ranked.
Control points at Fixin and Vougeot. A competitor who does not pass the checkpoint is disqualified.
ART 10 - Bibs
Rollerball: 3 bibs - 1 helmet (left side), 1 thigh (right side), 1 back
Running: 1 bib - 1 belly
Attached with 4 pins (not supplied) or bib holder.
Any competitor without bibs may not take part in the race.
Bib numbers must be fully legible or risk disqualification.
Running: Cadets and juniors will be identified by a specific coloured bib.
Guides for blind people will have a specific number.
ART 11 - Shuttles back running
A shuttle bus system (50 seats) is provided for the return of competitors performing the 10 km (Chateau de Marsannay) and 21km (Chateau du Clos de Vougeot)
Shuttle parking points are located near the circuit. The shuttles pass through each collection point approximately every half hour.
The return point is located at Wilson Place;
ART 12 - Refuelling
Refueling is offered on the course and is only open to competitors with a race number. The list of products offered for refuelling is available on the refuelling page of the website. Each supply will be composed of a sports part with adapted products (sweet, liquid), and a more festive part with specificities of the terroir (sweet, salty, liquid).
Vougeot (only in the morning)
The organisation reminds participants that alcohol abuse is dangerous to their health and invites them to consume with the utmost moderation. Alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited for cadets and juniors (who will be identified by their specific bibs). The organization reserves the right to disqualify a participant who does not respect the safety conditions and who has an inappropriate attitude in the spirit of the marathon.
Garbage bins will be available at each refuelling station and "waste areas" will be installed and signposted at various points along the route. They must be used by the participants.
In order to respect the environment and the natural areas crossed, it is strictly forbidden to leave your waste (energy doses, paper, bottles, plastic packaging...) outside these areas.
Participants must keep their waste until the location indicated by the organizer is completed to dispose of it. The organizer reserves the right to assign time penalties or to disqualify participants who voluntarily dispose of their waste outside the specified areas.
ART 13 - Podiums
Podium at the top 3 in each category according to the running and roller racing program. See the detailed list of podiums.
ROLLER: Podium to the first 3 (women/men) t in each category according to the race program
- Poridums to the top 3 (women/men) for cadet, junior, espoir and senior categories on the 10km, marathon and half marathon.
- Podiums for the first in each master category on the 10km, marathon and half-marathon. No podiums for the 2nd and 3rd.
ART 14 - Price money - rollerblade world cup
Price Money Roller (World Inline Cup)
Total Price Money: 5 000€
First 10 men (from 1050 € to 50 € depending on the place)
10 first women (from 1050 € to 50 € depending on the place)
See the price money schedule on our website.
A competitor who is not on the podium will not receive any bonuses.
To be defined
ART 15 - Distance and categories 2020
Young running races :
1500m - 1t - Chicks (born in 2009 and 2010)
3000m - 2t - Benjamins and minimes (born in 2005 and 2008)
Young rollerblade races:
1000m - Superminis and minis (born in 2013 and 2012)
1500m - 1t - Chicks (born in 2011 and 2010)
3100m - 2t - Benjamins (born in 2009 and 2008)
10 km running:
Born in 2004 and before
Half-Marathon 21 km running:
Born in 2002 and before
Marathon 42 km running:
Born in 2000 and before
Half Marathon Marathon Marathon Roller:
Young people: born between 2007 and 2002
Senior: born in 2001 and before.
Roller Marathon - World Cup:
Juniors : YD + YD - 15/18 years old (2005/2002)
Senior: 19 to 30 years old - born from 2001 to 1985
Master 1 - 30/49 years old - born from 1984 to 1971 included
Master 2 - 50/59 years old - born from 1970 to 1961
Master 3 - 60 years and over born in 1960 and before.
Particularity on the choice of the master or senior category French Cup / World Cup :
Any skater starting in SAS 1 (men) or SAS 2 (women) will be automatically classified in SENIOR whatever his age.
Skaters starting in SAS 3 will be classified according to the official categories according to their age.
ART 16 - Cancellation
All commitments are nominative, firm and definitive; they cannot be refunded or compensated for any reason whatsoever, unless you subscribed to the cancellation option at the time of your online registration. The organisation reserves the right to cancel the event in the event of force majeure or an event likely to harm the safety of competitors, staff or the public. In the event of a cancellation, participants will be informed at the email address provided at the time of registration.
ART 17 - Modification of registration
In the event of a race modification to participate over a shorter distance, no refund will be granted on your registration form. In the event of a change of race over a longer race, the rider shall pay the difference. Modifications to the races must also be made before May 10, 2020.
ART 18 - Insurance
The organisation has taken out a civil liability insurance policy in accordance with the legislation in force and has justified its validity to the prefectoral services by submitting a certificate at the time of the request for administrative authorisation. It strongly recommends that all runners who do not have personal insurance covering their personal injuries, particularly those who are not licensed to a sports federation, take out an Individual Accident policy as part of their participation in the event.
ART 19 - Image rights
By registering for one of the Grand Cru Marathon events, each participant authorizes the organizing association, its members and its beneficiaries, such as partners and media, to exploit directly or in derived form the still or audiovisual images taken on this occasion on which it may appear, in any medium, including promotional and advertising documents, throughout the world and for the longest period provided for by current and future laws, regulations, practices and international conventions, implicitly waiving any claim for compensation or compensation.
ART 20 - Right to freedoms
In accordance with the "Informatique et Libertés" law of 6 January 1978 as amended, any registrant may exercise his right of access, rectification and opposition to personal data concerning him.
ART 21 - Site access and security
A specific map will be available online to indicate the possibilities of coming to encourage competitors on the circuit and also enjoy the many activities in the villages.
ATTENTION: it is forbidden to enter wine-growing estates, vineyards or plots of land that are private and protected (participants, spectators, volunteers, staff...).
The introduction on the site of any objects likely to be dangerous or illegal, including drugs, firearms, blunt objects and explosive materials is strictly prohibited.
To access the site and participate in the races, the participant expressly acknowledges and accepts that the organizer may use security personnel who will be authorized to control both persons and their personal belongings. Any person wishing to access the site agrees to submit to this control. In case of refusal, the person will not be allowed to access the site.
The organiser and security personnel are authorised to refuse access to the site or the continuation of the race to participants whose behaviour is likely to disrupt the proper conduct of the events, in particular (and without the following being restrictive): introduction of any object which could potentially obstruct in any way the development of the race, traffic and/or the safety of other participants; introduction of any distinctive sign promoting, in any form whatsoever, a political, philosophical or religious opinion likely to harm the image of the event.
ART 22 - Sustainable development
The Marathon des Grands Crus (ex. Roller Marathon de Dijon) is committed to a sustainable development approach (CNOSF label since 2013).
ART 23 - Sportsmanship
Please respect the basic rules of sport and civic responsibility.
Train and make sure you have the minimum level required to participate in the chosen event, in the time allotted.
Respect: rules, other competitors, judges, volunteers, stakeholders, the public, equipment and schedules;
Tolerance: towards other competitors, whatever your differences; Be careful with the weakest that you, the competitors that you could double.
The environment: act as if it were your own!
Surpassing yourself: to the very end of yourself!
Fair play: because your life, or that of your child, does not depend on a race!
It's JUST sport, and may the best man win!
Have a good race!