Night vision required for Points of View run

   Night vision required for Points of View run

MARIGOT--The Points of View run organised by SXtreme Runners Club took place last Saturday in Marigot after a postponement due to the heavy rains. This was the first time the race has been organised at night.

President Andy Armongon said the club wanted to make a change. “We’ve turned it in into an urban run at night which gives it a different atmosphere, and its much cooler. Also, some runners prefer running on a hard surface compared to off-road trails.”
Some 90 runners and walkers took part, walkers departing from the Galisbay car park at 6:30pm and runners at 7:00pm. The 9K course included three main view-points from which the race takes its name; top of Concordia above Electricité de France (EDF) offices, the climb up to the water reservoir, and lastly the finish on Fort Louis.
Results for the Men’s run: 1st: Pigeon Gregory in 39min14sec, 2nd: Judic Kevin in 41min20sec and third 3rd: Sabbadin Lionel in 42min10sec
Women: 1st: Puigcerver Agnes in 46min31sec, 2nd: Illinger Daniella in 54min08sec and third Urvoix Léa in 55min38sec.
Walkers: 1st: Houilliez Frédéric in 01h11min06sec, 2nd: Jacques Anne in 01h11min22sec, and 3rd: Legangneux Claudie in 01h18min57sec


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