Reims à Toutes Jambes (English: Reims at Full Speed) is an annual road running event held in Reims, France in the month of October. First held in 1984, the competition comprises three main parts: a 42.195 km marathon, a 21.0975 km half marathon race, and a 10 km race. In addition to these, there are smaller competitions for disabled athletes and children.The marathon course is a figure-8 run twice and has hosted the French national championship race on three occasions (1997, 1999, 2000).
Both the marathon and the half marathon attract elite level competitors. The marathon course records are held by David Kemboi (2:07:53 hours) and Alla Zhilyaeva (2:27:38 hours). The best times for the half marathon are by Dieudonné Disi (1:01:13) and Christelle Daunay (1:08:34).
Starts will be given Libergier street, back to the Reims Cathedral (10 km France Blue, Half Marathon of Notaries, Marathon, Relay USEP) and St. Paul Vaillant Couturier (Challenge Family UNSS). The arrival of the races will be judged on the Boulevard du General Leclerc (near the circus and the Place d'Erlon). The route more attractive and central, borrow all the major monuments of the Reims Cathedral to the Boulingrin Halles.