PHOTOS. Running: Le Nay and Rémond triumph over the Estran trail

Victory of Cyril Le Nay in the 50 km, in 3h 56’40. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

A successful Sunday for Cyril Le Nay i Anne-Marie Remond, 50,000 winners to the coastal path this September 25 at trestle. The event gathered more than 400 runners on the three classified routes, but also hikers and a number of volunteers to ensure.

Cyril Le Nay worked hard to win

The longest course of 50 km made its comeback, as it could not be mounted last year. And it was Cyril Le Nay who had the last word, in 3h 56’40, with a good lead over Frédéric Cantin and Antoine Puillandre.

Recent winners in Begard, the Louargatais started at the front accompanied before making the difference…and earn money in the Bois de l’Enfer de Plouguiel, a trademark affair.

“I had to do another 2.3 km, according to my watch. And when I came out of the woods, they told me I was 8 minutes late! »

Cyril Le Nay

The winner of the day takes it with a smile: he has caught up with the front runners, and has recovered the difference, but he recognizes that he had to dive into the reserves in the last 10 km, a “part complicated with fatigue. , the vase”.

A good step in your preparation the 66 km a Great road of the Templarsend of October

After 4:57 and five seconds, Anne-Marie Rémond completes the 50 km as the first female. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

Anne-Marie Rémond, almost 5 hours of effort

Anne-Marie Rémond finished the 50 km after almost 5 hours of effort (4h 57’05), more than 1h10 ahead of the other finalists, Stéphanie Le Bolloc’h, Mireille Robin and Barbara Fief. Well on her feet, the winner of the Guirec trail last May competed in the first 20 km, and managed the rest.

“I wanted to position myself from the start of the race, because I know the technical difficulties of the second part, so it was decided at the start. It’s a complicated terrain, the slightest inattention, you risk falling, I almost fell several like everyone else. »

Anne-Marie Remond

Not necessarily the dates marked in Anne-Marie Rémond’s calendar, with the exception, perhaps, of the Grand Menestrail route.

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Guillou and Abhervé-Guéguen dominate the 32 km

In the 32 km, it is Quentin Guillou who won, in 2 h 24. Ronan Loyer and Gaëtan Grace complete the podium. All fresh marathon winner Objective Autonomy between Perros and Paimpol has crossed the line with a 4 minute advantage over their first pursuer.

Success also by Pauline Abhervé-Guéguen, in 3 h 09’55. Fanny Guillou and Audrey Lintanff accompany him in the box. Pauline Abhervé-Guéguen was already the winner of the 32 km of the 2021 edition!

Quentin Guillou’s victory in the 32 km, in 2h 24. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

Le Quéré and Claire Le Maillier-Divaret at 14m

Glenn Le Quéré won the 14 km, in 55’50, followed by Sylvain Morin, as well as Alexis Stouffs and Clément Dagorn, tied. Starting at 4, these runners made the hole after half an hour…” and then we got lost! »

“We saw the other 500, 600 m ahead! Well, it’s a race where I usually get lost, I’ve done it three times, three times I get lost (laughs)! »

Glenn Le Quéré

The Pluzunétois caught all these beautiful people, timed them, and went into action to finish well. “The weather was good, it’s a good race. It’s special, L’Estran: in the mud, in the water, on the rocks, it changes”, he assesses.

Fourth victory in four stages of the solidarity challenge of Le Quéré, which now focuses on the 66 km des Templiers.

All proceeds from this event will go to charity. Children of Trestel and Opening the eyes.

Finally the arrival at Trestel beach, with ideal weather. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
The finish line is not far, take a look at the photographer! ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
More than 400 runners crossed the line in the 3 classified races. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

50k results

men 1. Cyril Le Nay, in 3h 56’40; 2. Frédéric Cantin, 4.26 h; 3. Antoine Puillandre, 4:31:30; 4. Jonas Le Maout, 4:32; 5. Sylvain Le Berrigaud, 4:34 h. 6. Ludovic Cabaret, 4:41:40; 7. Brieuc Le Gall, 4.43 h; 8. Loic Tallot, 4:47:20; 9. Ewen Guerillon, 4:49:12; 10. Thibaut Lecomte, 4:50:05 am

Women. 1. Anne-Marie Rémond, at 4:57:05; 2. Stéphanie Le Bolloc’h, 6:11:55 am; 3. Mireille Robin, 6:24:20; 4. Barbara Fief, 6:36:10.

Rocks, mud, water: this is what makes Camino Estran salty. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
The strange trail is a solidarity race. The profits go to Les Enfants de Trestel and Ouvert les Yeux associations. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
More than 400 runners crossed the line in the 3 classified races. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

Results of the 32 km

men 1. Quentin Guillou, in 2 hours 24 minutes; 2. Ronan Loyer, 2:28:10; 3. Gaëtan Grace, 2 h 33’05; 4. Antoine Cordon, 2:33:30; 5. Régis Le Carluer, 2:35:12; 6. Jean-Noël Capità, 2 h 35’45; 7. Didier Trehiou, 2:39; 8. Marin Bens, 2:39:05; 9. Baptiste Le Bournot, 2:41; 10. Olivier Le Bihan, 2:42 h.

Women. 1. Pauline Abhervé-Guéguen, at 3:09:55; 2. Fanny Guillou, 3:22:05; 3. Audrey Lintanff, 3:27:35; 4. Amelie Blanchard, 3:29:50; 5. Stephanie Lohou, 3:32:05; 6. Ellen Dubos, 3:33:30; 7. Marine Demey, 3:38:20; 8. Sophie Derrien, 3:39:28; 9. Sandra Cam, 3:45; 10. Axelle Benoist, 3:55:40.

Rocks, mud, water: this is what makes Camino Estran salty. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Young people distinguished themselves on the trail of the Estran 2022 edition. ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
The young people distinguished themselves on the Estran 2022 route. ©Jérémy Nédélec

14k results

men 1. Glenn Le Quéré, in 55’50; 2. Sylvain Morin, 56’20; 3. Alexis Stouffs and Clément Dagorn, 56’48; 5. Jean-Marie Kerambarun, 57’11; 6. Bruno Jezequel, 57’23: 7. Manuel Prigent, 57’37; 8. Florian Boscher, 57’46; 9. Jeremy Beauvillain, 58’18; 10. Jerome Chauvel, 58’50.

Women. 1. Claire Le Maillier-Divaret, in 1h 11’06; 2. Sabrina Lozahic, 1:11:52; 3. Monika Miller, 1:14:26; 4. Anna Caillabet, 1:15:04; 5. Laura Larvor, 1:18:06; 6. Vanessa Ropars, 1:18:24; 7. Marie-Amélie Le Mesle, 1:19:33; 8. Solène Chabaud, 1:19:52; 9. Noémie Mevel, 1:19:55; 10. Donatella Argante, 1:20:10.

There’s no denying it: to hear from the runners, the Estran Trail is truly a dog-ridden race! ©Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

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