The race is bring organized by Alvarum, a young company that specializes in organizing events where participants stay active. The relay race (4 x 5 km) will involve 700 participants, divided into 200 teams, who will compete on October 10th at the Château de Vincennes near Paris.
"This race is open to everyone,” says Mathieu Pigache, TechRun’s creator. “It’s a chance to have a fun afternoon with colleagues or friends. Between the innovation village—where people may be surprised to find such things as a transportable connected gym—the sports part and drinks after that, the atmosphere promises to be festive and friendly."
OpenInnov Engie has five numbered bibs to give away to winners of its retweeting competition. It’s easy to participate: just follow the Twitter account innovbyENGIE and retweet innovbyENGIE’s messages about the competition, with the hashtag #TECHRUN. Winners will be selected from among the account’s followers who retweeted the message.
The competition will take place between September 17th and October 1st, 2015.
Get on your Twitter account now!
Just so you know: to participate in the TechRun, winners will have to show a medical certificate of fitness for the race…
Link to the contest rules,click here.
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