1988 : Creation of Le Marathon de la Liberté and the popular 14km race.
1989 : Official launch of La Pegasus (14.8km), named after the famous bridge from which the race sets off, the first bridge liberated by British soldiers from the 3rd Airborne Division.
1993 : Les Relais de la Paix – a children's relay race created in 1987 by Michel Roudil, the Mayor of Asnelles, at the request of Jean-Marie Girault, the Senator and Mayor of the City of Caen, for the inauguration of the Mémorial – became Les Foulées de la Liberté.
1994 : Celebration of the 50th anniversary of the D-Day Landings. A record number of participants in Le Marathon de la Liberté (5,600 participants) and La Pegasus (6,000 participants), with special guest Fred Lebow, the founder of the New York Marathon.
2000 : Creation of Les Rollers de la Liberté.
2002 : Creation of La Rochambelle (starting in Mathieu – 8.6km) as a tribute to the nurses of General Leclerc's Second Armoured Division. The length of La Pegasus is increased to 17.4km.
2004 : Celebration of the 60th anniversary of the D-Day Landings.
2006 : La Rochambelle became a 5km event in the centre of Caen. Creation of Le 10km de la Liberté. La Pegasus become a half-marathon.
2007 : 20th anniversary of Les Courses de la Liberté.
2008 : Les Courses de la Liberté become Les Courants de la Liberté, Festival of Races for Everyone.
2013 : Creation of Le Marathon Relais de la Liberté, Laura Flessel-Colovic become the patron of La Rochambelle.
2014 : Celebration of the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy.
2016 : 29th edition - New format. New record of participants for all the races combined (More than 40 000 participants).
2017 : 30th anniversary of Les Courants de la Liberté
2019 : Celebration of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy.
2020 : Les Courants de la Liberté become The D-Day Landings Marathon, Normandy Running Festival.