Monegasque athletes had won an incredible total of 14 medals, after the second day’s haul of 9 medals were counted. This was during the departmental indoor championships at the Miramas Stadium in Bouches-du-Rhone. 5 medals were teased home on the first day alone.
Let’s look at some of the more outstanding performances reported in the French media. Congratulations Monaco athletes!
Marie-Charlotte Gastaud finished 1st in the 60m senior category in 8.07 seconds; Cristina Hurel made sure she was not alone on the podium and accompanied her on the third step with a time of 8.57 seconds.
Let’s look at the Junior girls.
Among the junior girls, Anaëlle Tartaglione won the triple jump with 9.89 metres; Romane Dufour took second place in the 400m in 1:05.50.
Next the cadets who made sure they made their contribution to the haul of medals.
For the cadet girls, Ariana Da Silva Ferreira secured third place in the 400m in 1:06.60, as did Chloé Mornar in the high jump with a leap of 1.36 metres.
Among the female masters, Mauwa Kingombe ran a great race to secure second position in the 60m in 10.18 seconds, as well as achieving third place in the 400m in 1:18.83.
Outstanding Boys Performances
On the boys’ side, Karim Sfaxi comfortably won the 400m hopes category in an excellent time of 49.94 seconds; Adriel Gaglio secured the third position in the cadet 60m in 7.68 seconds.
Congratulations Monaco Athletes!
Other results Reported in the Press
Lenye Lay: 60m 8.94s; long jump 3.75m.
Elena Metzger: 60m 9.26s; high jump 1.31m.
Chloé Mornar: 60m 8.86s.
Maissa Sabbadin: 60m 8.94s; long jump 3.86m.
Raffaella Smurra: 60m hurdles 9.96s; high jump 1.31m.
Anaëlle Tartaglione: 60m 8.92s.
Antoine Guyot, high jump 1.41m; shot put 7.53m.
Matheo Nicoli, 60m 7.63s.
Ayoub Attari 60m 8.52s.