For Monique Henriet
updated on November 5, 22 at 11:05 p.m
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this Saturday, November 5, 2022it was really a running party plain bird. It must be said that after two years “without” due to covid, the joy of finding each other for the Tour of Mount Genezet it was palpable; both on the part of the organizers, the participants and the spectators who were not stingy with encouragement.
The day began at 9 am with the first edition of the trail (26 km, 900 D+) that brought together 34 attendeeswith the victory of Pierre-André Anizan in 1h54’28 ahead Julien Keyboard (1h56’12) i Benoît Menestrier (1h57’55). Charlotte Guyon she is the 1st lady in 2h36’26, ahead Isabelle Guidici (2h55′) i Deborah Cenes (3h03’11).
At the beginning of the afternoon, it was the children who covered distances corresponding to their age category, before the start of the usual race, the Tour du Mont-Genezet (10.4 km), with the presence of 148 participants placed under the exit. by Alain Ponton (responsible for the organization).
After only 39’44 of the race, he is the young man Gael Invernizzi (Running Conseil Jura) who was the first to cross the finish line, joined by Mathieu Rochet (Free Run Cuiseaux) in 40’14 and Michka Guillot (Agile coaching) in 41’52.
among the ladies, Estelle Cuenot, 30th overall, won in 53’40 ahead Apolin Cellier (Montpellier Triathlon) in 55’03 and Marie-Christine Prost (Lons Athlé 39) in 55’57.
Remember that the Tour du Mont-Genezet counts towards the Monts et Lacs challenge, the final of which will take place on Saturday 12 November in Orgelet along the Trail Fosc.
Find the full report in our print edition of Thursday 10 November 2022.
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