to be in time limits
|108km & 6600m D+||1 day of race||Ultra-Race||380 pts||5||8||700|
|115km & 6700m D+ et D-||2 days of races||XXL-Race||380 pts D1|
300 pts D2
|82km & 5000m D+||1 day of race||MaXi-Race||400 pts||4||7||1300|
|80km & 5000m D+||2 days of races||XXL-Race||350 pts D1|
300 pts D2
|90km & 4900m D+ et D-||In Team of 2 or 4||R-Race||400 pts||0||150 team of 2
100 team of 4
|39km & 3050m D+||Minimum ITRA rating of 450 pts to register|
Start from Talloires
|45km & 2370m D+||Start from Doussard||Marathon-Expérience||300 pts||2||7||1200|
|16km & 950m D+||Start sunday morning from Menthon||Short-Race||250 pts||1||7||600|
|16km & 950m D+||Only for women|
Start from Menthon
|37km & 1500mD- et 2330m D-||Night race by team||MaXi-Night||300 pts||200 team|
Observations on the board
Maximum number of runners :
The number of runners indicated is the theoretical maximum number of runners we will welcome on a race. Due to the Covid19 pandemic, we will also apply a limit to the number of runners per day and over the whole weekend.
The Greenweez MaXi-Race will be limited to 5000 runners over the weekend with a maximum of 3000 runners running per day.
As a result, a race that is not full may be closed if the event is sold out; i.e. we have reached the 5000 runner quota.
These limits may be modified without notice according to the evolution of the sanitary protocols.
Recommended ITRA rating :
This rate, given for information purposes only, was used to determine time limit. These are defined so that a runner with the indicated ITRA rate is normally able to finishe the race if he runs at his level and at a constant speed.
If you have a lower ITRA ranking, you can take part in the race but we invite you to prepare and train seriously to be fast enough to pass the checkpoints within the time limits.
Minimum ITRA rating :
There a minimum ITRA rating required to register only on the Marathon-Race. Runners with a lower ITRA rating will not be able to participate in this race but will be able to register to all other races.
Mountain points are calculated by the ITRA and are based on data related to altitude (min, max and average), percentage of ascente and longest climb. This gives an idea of the difficulty of the route.