No Finish Line is back this year in an exciting 22nd edition. Unlike last year, the charity event will be open to all, both virtually and in person in an all-new hybrid format.

The 2021 NFL will begin on Saturday, November 13 and end on Sunday, November 21. Within those eight days, event organisers hope to raise more than 400,000 euros for disadvantaged or ill children with the Children & Future association.

However, children from 12-years old and any adults that plan to participate in the charity run must present a valid health pass and identity document in order to access the circuit in Fontvielle, the authorities said.

As was the case before the pandemic, participants will be able to register at the Fontvielle chapiteau, and take their chip on a walk, jog or run around the circuit in order to collect kilometres. Each kilometre collected is a euro raised.

Participants are also welcome to register online or through the No Finish Line application, which can be downloaded onto smartphones to enable the participant to clock in kilometres from wherever they are in the world. Those who register by app remain welcome to run on the circuit.

Individuals can register online here, and through the No Finish Line application on the Apple App Store, Google Play store or similar. Registration in person is possible at the Chapiteau de Fontvieille from 14:00 on Saturday, November 13.

Discover more about No Finish Line here.

Featured image: 2016 No Finish Line in Fontvielle