Sunday 12th september, 2021 at 10:00.

Start Handisport at 09:30 a.m.

Place of departure

Parc du Cinquantenaire

Brussels – Belgium


From Thursday 1 July 2021.


Registration for the race begins on Thursday, 1th July, 2021 at 9:00 a.m.

The number of participants is limited.
The registration fee is 25€, including VAT.

You can register via
1° Internet : or
2° At our headquarters : 17 rue de la Chapelle, 1000 Brussels

The registration fee is non-refundable. Any changes related to the bib-number must be made in person at our headquarters and a service fee of 10€ will be applied.

All participants must be at least 12 years of age. The organizers encourage all individuals to undergo a physical examination prior to the race.


“Handisport-wheelchair” participants are requested to identify themselves at the time of registration. The start for this category will be given at 09:30 a.m.


Race number

The number attributed to each participant will be based either on your time in the 2019 race, or on an equivalent distance elsewhere and depending on the availability of race-numbers.

The timing chip is incorporated into the race number.

Participants who register via will receive a confirmation email and will be invited to pick up their race number at race headquarters, rue de la Chapelle, 17, Brussels, between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Changing rooms

Space will be made available to racers, free of charge, in the Musée Royal de l’Armée (Royal Army Museum), located in the Parc du Cinquantenaire. Participants are kindly requested to treat the museum and its holdings respectfully.  Only individuals wearing a number-bib will be admitted. The organizers decline any responsibility regarding property lost or stolen from the premises.

The race

Each participant has 6 hours to complete the race. After the sweep bus passes, normal traffic will resume and participants should stay on sidewalks and use care when crossing roads.

There will be six course fluid stations along the route offering SPA mineral water.

Medals and ranking

Every participant who crosses the finish line will receive a medal and can download a certificate from the Internet. Overall results as well as results for women, for men, for “handisport  wheelchair”  and for specific teams will be made available online. The rankings will also be published in the “DH” newspaper.

The “team challenge” aims at boosting your company’s team spirit and helps support a “charity cross” project.  You must have at least 10 members to qualify as a team; your team’s ranking will be determined on the basis of the top five team members’ times.


The organizers decline any responsibility in cases of theft or loss of number-bibs. The racer is solely responsible. Runners take part in this event at their own risk. The Red Cross will be on hand at different locations along the route to provide medical assistance.