Running on Orn. In La Ferrière-Béchet, Ajdi and Berghachi end up together

Ajdi-Bergahachi duo, first two from La Ferriere.
Two friends, Mohamed Bergachi and Mohamed Ajdi, completed the race in La Ferriere-Bechet near Alencon on Tuesday, November 1. ©L’Orne Hebdo

Philip Lyon and his wife call the association “A gesture, a dream, a smile. “Gestures and smiles, spectators of La Ferriere-Bechet, near Alencon (Orne), Tuesday, November 1, with champions Mohammad Bergachi And Muhammad Ajdi. Both friends have Hand in hand During the charity event “Run for their dreams”.

“I wouldn’t have missed this race for anything in the world”

They did not want to cross each other, reach together and become one. After about 12 kilometers of racing two “mo” showed fair play, it’s not for fun, because of this race you don’t particularly come to time, they’re more than happy to help sick kids.

After that Two years leave, came in like a trunk to the health crisis with this beautiful picture. “This is the second time we’ve made this podium! They smiled when they came. “The course is hilly with lots of hills. We did the first loop with Arnaud Deseroit, but in the second Mohamed told me: “I’m going to go”. During the entire second loop, there were 150-200 meters between us,” explains Mohammed Ajdi, a member of the Alencon Running Club.

Bergacci adds: “With Mo, we had a lot of matches that were more human than sporting, like in the charts. I was sick this week, but I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. “The heart is in the hand, we tell you.

A strong sign that pleased Philip Lyon, president of the “One Gesture, One Dream, One Smile” association, the organizer of the event.

“This event is communication about our association and visibility to a different audience than we usually target. It is also a financial contribution to our projects for the benefit of sick children whether they are in hospital or at home. »

Philip Lyon, President of the Association “One Gesture, One Dream, One Smile”

Participation: Back to normal

Figures suggest a return to normal as the organizing team fears a drop in participation. “We had 210 runners and 275 walkers. It was so stressful! Registrations came slowly. We were afraid there weren’t many runners. We also checked the weather forecast at various sites. »

Among the women was Camille Messenger (A3 Alençon) at 12km. At 6km, victories by Valentin Chéruel (Alençon Running Club) and Sonia Mordret (A3 Alençon). “I was coming off an intense camp with big sessions, so it was complicated. I knew the route and the weather would not be easy. I didn’t panic. It modifies the preparation,” analyzes Valentin Cheruval.

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6 km winner, Valentine Cheruval (ARC).
Valentin Cheruval (ARC), the winner of the 6km “finishes his preparation”. Along with his club, he will participate in the French championships in Ecchidon, Paris this weekend. ©L’Orne Hebdo


6 km. Men: 1. Valentin Cheruval (Alencon Running Club), 20’01; 2. Vincent Epiphane (A3 Alencon), 20’42; 3. Clément Jonchere (no license), 20’45. Women: 1. Sonia Mordret (A3 Alencon), 24’05; 2. Delphine Roux (A3 Alencon), 24’10; 3. Miriam Garrel Le DiLeo (ASPTT Argentina), 24’46.

11.5 km. Men 1. Mohammad Ajdi (Alencon Running Club), 39’31; 2. Mohamed Bergachi (NL), 39’32; 3. Arnaud Deseroit (Bayard Argentina), 40’55. Women: 1. Camille Messer (A3 Alencon), 51’36; 2. Hélène Marie (Les Corres-Prés-Céiss), 53’04; 3. Cindy Hammery (NL), 53’51.

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