How you can win a free bib for two sold-out track events at Paris Olympic Games

ATHLETICS How you can win a free bib for two sold-out track events at Paris Olympic Games

Abigael Wafula 15:29 - 04.03.2024

World Athletics and the Paris 2024 organising committee have partnered to offer 20 free bibs for the Paris 2024 Marathon For All and 10km races which are now sold out.

With the Paris 2024 Marathon Pour Tous (Paris 2024 Marathon For All) and 10km races sold out, World Athletics and Paris 2024 organisers have partnered to give 20 more people bibs to compete on the global stage on August 10.

World Athletics will offer 10 bibs for the Marathon Pour Tous (five for the men and five for women) and also offer 10 bibs for the 10km races (five for men and five for women).

For an individual to be eligible for the prize, they need to register with their email address, full name, and phone numbers. The individual must also indicate their country of residence, gender, and race they would love to compete in. You can fill out the form here.

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World Athletics also requires the athletes to indicate their Personal Best times over the distance they would love to compete in.

Meanwhile, it was noted that the competition will close at 7 pm on Monday, March 18. World Athletics emphasised that the prize is the entry into and the physical bib for either the marathon or 10k and the winners are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and any other expenses.

The entrants of the prize should be aged 18 or over and each winner will be required to be available on August 10 to take part in the event. The 20 winners will be selected at random and contacted by World Athletics after the closing date via email.

World Athletics will share the personal information of the winners only to the Paris 2024 Organising Committee to arrange the distribution and collection of the winner’s prize and they will be responsible for liaising with the winners on the distribution and allocation of bibs.