AtletiCAGenève is an athletics meet created in 1988 by the Geneva athletics club Centre athlétique de Genève in memory of Georges Caillat, a former leader of the club. The meet is organised every year in the Bout-du-Monde stadium in Geneva. Two of the founding members, Pablo Cassina and Jean-Daniel Oberson, are still playing an important role in the organisation.
Serving the best Swiss athletes, AtletiCAGenève enables them to compete against top-class athletes and offers conditions favorable to a qualification for major championships or the Olympic Games. For high level European athletes who are not offered a lane in Diamond League meetings, AtletiCAGenève serves as a springboard for their career.
Prized by Swiss and European athletes, AtletiCAGenève offers an outstanding welcome and excellent organisational conditions, as well as top-quality facilities. Since the first edition, AtletiCAGenève has seen many outstanding performances (national records, European best performances).
Besides performance, AtletiCAGenève conveys a positive image of athletics, with its friendly atmosphere. It favours encounters between athletes, coaches, organisers and federation representatives. The welcome is worthy of the Swiss hospitality reputation.
In 2019, the meet is admitted into the CLASSIC PERMIT MEETING category of the European Athletics Association.